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Social Science

The Social Studies Department seeks to provide our youth with a sense of the past and an understanding of the ideals on which political, economic, and social development has been based. Through this framework, they can develop the skills of critical thinking, problem solving, and decision-making that will enable them to creatively and intelligently meet the challenges of a changing world and become lifelong learners.

Courses
Global Studies and Skills American Government
World History AP Government & Politics US
AP European History Economics
United States History AP Macroeconomics
AP United States History Human Ecology/Health

For more detailed course descriptions, see the Course Catalog

People

Mark Alvarez

Mark Alvarez

AP Government
AP Macroeconomics
Economics

Shelby Anderson

Shelby Anderson

Social Studies
Kristin Cowles

Kristin Cowles

US History
AP US History
TOSA - Writing
Michelle Foster

Michelle Foster

Human Ecology
Heather Hanson

Heather Hanson

World History
AP European History
AP Art History
Jennifer Lundblad

Jennifer Lundblad

Global Studies
Leadership
Carolen Sadler

Carolen Sadler

World History
US History
Jun Shen

Jun Shen

AER
Model UN
TOSA - Technology
Video Production
World History

Jonathan Todd

Jonathan Todd

American Government
Economic
Model UN