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Human Geography

This course incorporates many elements of the AP Human Geography curriculum with two key differences – less breadth and more depth in covering material, and a significant focus on the development of research and analytical...

Producing Peace: Civic Media Literacy & Production

This course will equip students with 21st century media literacy skills necessary to be critical consumers and active producers of media so that they may productively engage in civic dialogue and global citizenship. Specifically, students...

AP US Government & Politics

This course is designed to empower students to be active, informed, and engaged citizens with an in-depth knowledge of the American political system and government. Through rigorous project based learning and experiential learning, students in...

IB SL Psychology

This course prepares students for the standard-level IB Psychology exam. Students will explore human behavior and mental processes through three separate lenses: a biological approach, a cognitive approach, and a sociocultural approach. The course will...

Mapping for Social Justice Seminar

This course explores maps and mapping practices as key tools in researching social, economic and environmental justice issues for community empowerment. Through the analysis of local and global case studies, students will think critically about...

Intensive US History

A chronological survey of the history of the United States, Intensive U.S. History covers events, issues, and personalities from the age of European colonization to the present. The Constitution and its myriad interpretations provide the...

AP World History: Modern

Students in this fast-paced course must learn to view history thematically. The AP World History: Modern course is organized around five overarching themes that serve as unifying threads throughout the course, helping students to relate...

AP Economics

Students in this course prepare for the AP Microeconomics and Macroeconomics exams while at the same time discuss contemporary economic issues. Students are required to take both AP exams. Specific economic concepts covered include the...

AP Human Geography

This course prepares students for the AP examination in Human Geography through the systematic study of patterns and processes that have shaped human understanding, use, and alteration of Earth’s surface. Students employ spatial concepts and...

AP US History

This course prepares students for the AP examination in U.S. History. It is a college-level introduction to the development of the United States institutions and society from the settlements of the First Nations peoples to...
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