This course includes a study of the following: comparisons of physical and cultural geography, analysis of the physical setting of the earth and interaction of physical environments, including the influence of geography on events of the past and present; urban analysis, including understanding of the movements of people, goods, and services in urban environment; and environmental and technological issues associated with urban growth. Using Co-Teach and Support Facilitation models, modifications and accommodations may be made based upon the individual student’s needs and their IEPs.

  • This course includes a study of the following: comparisons of physical and cultural geography, analysis of the physical setting of the earth and interaction of physical environments, including the influence of geography on events of the past and present; urban analysis, including understanding of the movements of people, goods, and services in urban environment; and environmental and technological issues associated with urban growth.

    Self enrolment
  • This course includes a study of the following: comparisons of physical and cultural geography, analysis of the physical setting of the earth and interaction of physical environments, including the influence of geography on events of the past and present; urban analysis, including understanding of the movements of people, goods, and services in urban environment; and environmental and technological issues associated with urban growth.

    Self enrolment
  • This course focuses on the basic principles concerning production, consumption, and distribution of goods and services in the United States and a comparison with those in other countries. Other concepts studied are: the rights and responsibilities of consumers and businesses, the interaction of supply, demand, and price as well as the role of financial institutions in a free enterprise system, types of business ownership and price as well as the role of financial institutions in a free enterprise system, types of business ownership and market structures, and basic concepts of consumer economics. In addition, students analyze the impact of a variety of factors including geography, the federal government, economic ideas from important philosophers and historic documents, societal values, scientific discoveries, and technological innovations on the national economy and economic policy.

    Self enrolment
  • This course focuses on the principles and beliefs upon which the United States was founded and on the structure, functions, and powers of government at the national, state, and local levels. Other concepts studied are: major political ideas and forms of government in history, underlying principles of the U.S. Constitution, republicanism, federalism, checks and balances, separation of powers, popular sovereignty, and comparisons of the U.S. form of government with those of other political systems. In addition, students will: identify the role of government in the U.S. free enterprise system, examine the strategic importance of placed to the United States, analyze the impact of individuals, political parties, interest groups, and the media on the American political system, evaluate the importance of voluntary individual participation in a democratic society, analyze the rights guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution, examine the relationship between governmental policies and the culture of the United States, and identify examples of government policies that encourage scientific research.

    Self enrolment
  • This course includes the following: significant, individuals, issues and events in U.S. history since Reconstruction to the present; geographic influences upon the historical and economic development and growth of the U.S., and social, cultural, political and technological developments of the E.S. through current times. Historical content focuses on the political, economic, and social events and issues related to industrialization and urbanization, major wars, domestic and foreign policies of the Cold War and post-Cold War eras, and reform movements including civil rights.

    Self enrolment