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Welcome to the Social Studies Department
The goal of the Social Studies department is to empower students with the knowledge, skills, and passion to actively participate as citizens in a democratic and global community. All Social Studies courses are aligned to the Pennsylvania Social Studies standards and benchmarks and therefore ensure that all students achieve mastery of the important themes and patterns that are particularly unique to the social studies.
In order to complete graduation requirements, all students must earn a total of three credits in Social Studies as follows: one credit for 9th-grade Government and Economics; one credit for 10th-grade World Studies; one credit for 11th-grade American Studies.
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AP American History; College Prep American Studies
AP European History; 9th-Grade Interdisciplinary: Civics and Economics
10th-Grade Interdisciplinary: Global Issues; 10th-Grade Honors and Advanced World Studies
9th-Grade Honors Civics and Government; 11th-Grade Advanced American Studies
12th-Grade Sociology; 10th-Grade Advanced World Studies
Todd Miller, Department Chair
AP Economics; Integrated Global Studies
AP World History; Honors and College Prep World Studies
AP Government; AP American History; 11th Honors American Studies
9th-Grade Advanced Civics and Economics
12th-Grade Senior Seminar; 10th-Grade Advanced World Studies, 9th-Grade Advanced Civics and Economics
Psychology, 11th-Grade Advanced American Studies
11th-Grade Interdisciplinary: Viewpoints; 9th-Grade Advanced and College Prep Civics and Economics