Available courses

American Military History

Category: Social Studies
  • Teacher: Corey Manlick

AP Economics

Category: Social Studies
The aim of this AP course is to provide the student with a learning experience equivalent to that obtained in most college introductory courses. Microeconomics will be taught during the first semester. This course places primary emphasis on the nature and functions of product markets (supply and de…
  • Teacher: Bill Greymont

AP Psychology

Category: Social Studies
The purpose of the Advanced Placement Course in Psychology is to introduce students to the systematic and scientific study of behavior and mental processes. Students are exposed to the psychological facts, principles and phenomena associated with the major sub-fields within psychology. Students wil…
  • Teacher: Jeff Martin
  • Teacher: Terry Wick

AP U.S. Government and Politics

Category: Social Studies
  • Teacher: Pete Meinberg
  • Teacher: Bill Priegel

AP U.S. History - Kelly

Category: Social Studies

AP U.S. History - Kelly
  • Teacher: Peter Kelly

Civics

Category: Social Studies
Civics Using vital concepts from We The People: Citizen and the Constitution, students learn about foundations of the Constitution, the roles of the three branches of the national government, how the Constitution limits government through separation and division of powers, and how involved citizens…
  • Teacher: Paul Coffin
  • Teacher: Erik Gotthart
  • Teacher: Scott Helms
  • Teacher: Jeff Martin
  • Teacher: Pete Meinberg
  • Teacher: Ben Skifton
  • Teacher: Ryan Ziegler

Minorities & Prejudice: Ziegler

Category: Social Studies
This course is designed to help you do two things: first, challenge your understanding of the race, discrimination and prejudice; and second, help you challenge racism and discrimination throughout your life.  Using moodle for this class is, primarily, to allow students to continue and expand on d…
  • Teacher: Jeff Martin
  • Teacher: Ryan Ziegler

Psychology

Category: Social Studies

Psychology
  • Teacher: Jeff Martin
  • Teacher: Terry Wick

Sociology - Martin

Category: Social Studies

Sociology is a semester course based on the nature of people and their relationships with society. This course will evaluate the impact that external forces have on human behavior and attempt to examine/explain trends within modern society.
  • Teacher: Jeff Martin
  • Teacher: Terry Wick

Sociology-Coffin

Category: Social Studies
  • Teacher: Paul Coffin

Western Civilization

Category: Social Studies
  • Teacher: Corey Manlick

World Religions

Category: Social Studies
The primary intent of this class is to assist students gain a basic understanding of world religions and religious events.  The course is an introduction to five of the world's religious traditions --Hindu, Buddhist, Jewish, Christian, and Muslim traditions.  The approach will be historical.  Ho…
  • Teacher: Peter Kelly