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Why Study History
Studying history helps us understand how events in the past made things the way they are today. With lessons from the past, we not only learn about ourselves and how we came to be, but also develop the ability to avoid mistakes and create better paths for our societies.
Students of history develop skills in critical reading, effective research, analytical thinking, clear persuasive communication, the ability to find and evaluate sources of information, and the means to identify and evaluate diverse interpretations.
Honors World History
World History
American Gov't
AP World History
AP U.S. History
AP Economics
AP American Gov't
WWII and the Holocaust
Modern America
Study of Personality
After the War
Current Events
Project 18
Honor Society Rho Kappa
Social Studies Scholar