- Health & Physical Education
- Social Sciences
- Specialized Instruction
- World Languages
"President Clinton told us that we did more for intercultural dialogue than all of the heads of states and ambassadors that were there."
- Herbie Hancock recalled playing at the Summit of the Americas in Chile
The Social Studies Department combines the study of World History, World Geography, and American History with the intellectual, intuitional, political, socio-economic, artistic and cultural development of the human race from antiquity to the information age.
The department’s curriculum is designed to reflect the diversity and multicultural dynamics of human history and culture by providing a contextual approach to the events, ideas, experiences, and significant institutions that shape human history. Selected topics ranging from the rise and fall of ancient civilizations, Europe in the Middle Ages, American Slavery, the Civil Rights Movement, the Cold War, and the Spread of Globalization are studied in the context of the cultural forces that shape significant historical events. In addition, special emphasis is given to the role of the US government in world events and the history of the District of Columbia as the setting for key historical events.
Learning at Home SY19-20 CLICK HERE.
|Year 1||Year 2||Year 3||Year 4|
|World History 1||World History II or AP World History||US History or AP US History||US Government or AP US Government/DC History|
|1 Credit||1 Credit||1 Credit||1 Credit|
AP Human Geography
Introduction to Street Law
|AP Human Geography||Jonathan Fruendt||View Syllabus|
|AP US History||Stephen Edge||View Syllabus|
|AP US History Government & Politics||Nicolas Ojeda||View Syllabus|
|AP World History – Modern||Jonathan Fruendt||View Syllabus|
|Principles of US Government||Nicolas Ojeda||View Syllabus|
|US History||Stephen Edge||View Syllabus|
|World History & Geography I||Jeff Johnson||View Syllabus|
|World History & Geography I||Lynn Moore||View Syllabus|
|World History & Geography II||Jeff Johnson||View Syllabus|