Social Studies is a unique interdisciplinary field of inquiry that helps us to understand how we interact with one another and our environment. Subjects include geography, history, economics, politics, psychology, sociology and more.
North Division’s department is currently offering classes in the following areas of study:
Citizenship– This class is designed to teach students about the rights and responsibilities of being productive members of our society.
World Geography– Focuses on the interaction between societies around the globe and their relation to the physical environments they occupy.
U.S. History– Tells the story of our country, from its’ founding through today, and examines how we as a country and a people have evolved over time.
AP Human Geography– A course that offers students an opportunity to earn college credit while still in high school. This course examines the “why of where”. It looks into a variety of topics that help explain how humans have organized space around the globe and the factors that help shape that organization.
Contemporary World Affairs– A look at what is happening in the World today and the possible impact that events could have on the lives of our students and their communities.