WORLD GEOGRAPHY

Social Studies (R|E)
2 semesters (10 semester periods) Grades 9-12

This course offers a fascinating view of the world focusing on the development of geographic literacy. Every region is studied in three parts: physical, cultural geography, and current events.

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WORLD HISTORY

Social Studies (R|E)
2 semesters (10 semester periods) Grades 10-12

A survey of ancient, medieval and modern history directed toward understanding the backgrounds of current nations, present-day cultures and conditions, and the development of God’s purposes for men.

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UNITED STATES HISTORY

Social Studies (R)
2 semesters (10 semester periods) Grade 11

A survey course covering the development of the United States from discovery to the present. The course includes the geography of America and the people and ideas significant to America’s history.

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UNITED STATES HISTORY – Honors

Social Studies (R)
2 semesters (10 semester periods) Grade 11

An in depth survey course covering the development of the United States from discovery to the present. The course includes in depth primary and secondary research regarding the geography, people, and ideas that are significant to the history of America.

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U.S. GOVERNMENT

Social Studies (R)
1 semester (5 semester periods) Grades 12

This course will offer a concentrated look at the three branches of the federal government and their effect upon Americans with special emphasis on current events and politics.

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U. S. GOVERNMENT – Honors

Social Studies (R)
1 semester (5 semester periods) Grades 12

An advanced course which will study the specific responsibilities and actions of the three branches of the federal government. The course will specifically focus on politics and current events as related to the branches of government and the political parties.

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MODERN HAWAIIAN HISTORY

Social Studies (R)
1 semester (5 semester periods) Grade 12

This course covers Hawaiian history from ancient Hawaiian civilization, the overthrow of the monarchy, to the present time. Political, economic, social changes and developments are examined as they influence the future growth of Hawaii.

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MODERN HAWAIIAN HISTORY-Honors

Social Studies (R)
1 semester (5 semester periods) Grade 12

An advanced course which will cover Hawaiian history from ancient Hawaiian civilization, the overthrow of the monarchy, to the present time. Political, economic, social changes and developments are examined as they influence the future growth of Hawaii.

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Faculty: Spanish I & II, Creative Living, Culinary Arts, Hawaiian History, & Choir