Social Studies Department

AP World History - 913

College level course which highlights the nature of changes in global frameworks, their causes and consequences, and comparisons among major societies. Emphasis on analysis of historical evidence. College credit may be earned through year-end test.

Teachers:

Mr. Webster Cannon

Mr. Webster Cannon


Honors World History - 914

Honors level course which highlights the nature of changes in global frameworks, their causes and consequences, and comparisons among major societies. Emphasis on analysis of historical evidence.

Teachers:

Mr. Steve C. Marking

Mr. Steve C. Marking

Mr. Ken L. Coward

Mr. Ken L. Coward


World History - 916

This course examines the development of various world civilizations from their earliest beginnings through the Renaissance. Analysis includes cultures from Africa, Latin America, Asia, the Middle East and Europe.

Teachers:

Mr. Dale L. Dunlap

Mr. Dale L. Dunlap

Mr. Franklin Reynolds Willis

Mr. Franklin Reynolds Willis


AP US History - 931

This is a college level course open to only juniors with teacher recommendation. Coverage begins with the discovery of the new world to the present. Students take a national test at the end of the year to qualify for possible college credit.

Teachers:

Mrs. Susan R. Hines

Mrs. Susan R. Hines


US History - 932

This survey course covers Civil War era to modern times. Course is required for all students, except those taking the AP US History course .

Teachers:

Mr. Arthur E. Quinn Jr.

Mr. Arthur E. Quinn Jr.

Mr. Keith B. Wood

Mr. Keith B. Wood

Mr. David R Stooksbury

Mr. David R Stooksbury


Honors US History - 933


Teachers:

Mr. Keith B. Wood

Mr. Keith B. Wood


DE US History - 9331

Survery style class covering US history from 1607 to Mod. US history. Eligible students will receive 6 credit hours from CBU.

Teachers:

Mr. Keith B. Wood

Mr. Keith B. Wood


American Government - 942

The student will study all the aspects of our government and their historical development to the present day.Emphasis is given to the constitution and the three branches of government.

Teachers:

Mr. Wayne B. Gaia

Mr. Wayne B. Gaia


Current Events - 943

This one-semester course open to juniors and seniors is a study of the major news stories of today. Students may take this class two semesters.

Teachers:


AP American Government - 944

Students must qualify for this college level course. All aspects of government are covered. Students may earn college credit through a year-end test.

Teachers:

Mr. Wayne B. Gaia

Mr. Wayne B. Gaia


AP Psychology - 946

Intro to systematic and scientific study of behavior and mental processes in humans and other animals. Exposure to facts, principles and phenomena of major subfields within psychology, as well as professional ethics and scientific methodology of research.

Teachers:


Civil Rights Movement - 972

The civil rights movement is one of the most significant sources of social change in the United States during the 20th Century. This course analyzes the structure and dynamics of the civil rights movement from the viewpoints of history, sociology, and pol

Teachers:

Mr. Ken L. Coward

Mr. Ken L. Coward


Facing History - 973

One semester course that uses an interdisciplinary approach to promote the knowledge, values, and skills needed to preserve and protect democracy. The course begins with the issues of identity, moves to a consideration of history and judgment using the

Teachers:

Mr. Keith B. Wood

Mr. Keith B. Wood


DE Facing History and Ourselves - 9731


Teachers:

Mr. Keith B. Wood

Mr. Keith B. Wood


US History through Film - 975

Examines films and historical dramas as historical evidence.

Teachers:

Mr. Wayne B. Gaia

Mr. Wayne B. Gaia


Modern European History - 990

A survey of Europe in the modern world from 1450 to the present. Thematic developments unfold chronologically and encompass a broad range of challenging topics, including social and economic change, political structures, issues and conflicts, and artistic

Teachers:

Mr. Arthur E. Quinn Jr.

Mr. Arthur E. Quinn Jr.

Mr. Matthew C. Erickson

Mr. Matthew C. Erickson

Mr. Franklin Reynolds Willis

Mr. Franklin Reynolds Willis


Honors Mod. European History - 991

Honors level survey of Europe in the modern world from 1450 to the present. Thematic developments unfold chronologically and encompass a broad range of challenging topics, including social and economic change, political structures,

Teachers:

Mr. Steve C. Marking

Mr. Steve C. Marking


AP Modern European History - 992

The study of European history since 1450. In addition to providing a basic narrative of events and movements, the goals of AP European History are to develop (a) an understanding of some of the principal themes in modern European History, (b) an ability t

Teachers:

Mr. Webster Cannon

Mr. Webster Cannon