Available courses

Students will be studying ancient civilizations in the Americas, Africa, Europe, and largely in Asia. Some of these include:

1) The Inca, Aztec, Olmec, and Mayas

2) Ancient Mesopotamia: The Cradle of Civilization

3) Ancient Egypt

4) The Indus River and Huang Ho River Valley Civilizations

5) Ancient Rome and Greece

This is a course in United States History from Prehistory (unrecorded times) until the end of the 18th century....and hopefully beyond! This year, students will learn about:

1) Early peoples such as the Inca, Aztec, and Maya until the 1400s

2) Early Native American peoples in the Americas until the 1200s

3) European influence and colonization in the Americas from 1400 until the early 1700s

4) The American Revolution and historical documents such as the Dec. of Independence and the Constitution

5) The first political parties and  the Jefferson Era

6) Growth and Expansion in the late 1700s - early 1800s and the Jackson Era

Have fun learning a little bit more about your heritage and history!

This is a course in United States History from about 1818 to the 20th century...and hopefully beyond! We will explore:

1) The divergence of Northern and Southern economies in the early 1800s
2) Waves of immigration that caused a soar in population and culture
3) The destruction of the Civil War and the unification during Reconstruction 4) The "Roaring 20s, World War I, and World War II
5) The Civil Rights Movement and efforts against segregation
6) The Vietnam and Korean Wars

Get ready to learn a little bit more about your heritage and history!