Tutors: Herring, Seegars and Simonson
Cost: $350 plus class fees
American Government for High School: This course provides analysis and practical-learning approach to the study of the history and current policies of the US Government, including practical projects and field trips. It will cover federal, state, and local governments with emphasis placed on the Biblical basis for government. Grade 10-12.
World History for High School: Students will gain an overview of World History that incorporates a brief review of history from Creation to the coming of Christ and progresses in a chronological journey around the world studying the ebb and flow of empires, cultures, Christianity, and world religions. It concludes with an examination of the trends of the emerging 21st century. Grades 9-12.
Honors American History 1: This course covers American History beginning with Explorers and ending with Post Civil War Reconstruction. We will use the Notgrass series books including Exploring America Part 1 and American Voices. Memorization of key facts as well as 2 projects will be required. The Notgrass series will be completed by mid-March. To make this class Honors, we will be spending March and April going more in depth with what we learned all year long. We will be using the CLEP review book, sample CLEP exams, and the Cliffs Quick Review book as well as flashcards and study groups. Grades 9-12.
Social Studies: Students will learn about civics and government through focus on America's founding documents, branches of government, presidents, and more. Holiday celebrations will be held at the end of each semester.
MD State History: This is a one semester course covering all things Maryland: history, geography, maps, weather, industry, agriculture, government and more. Students will create their own history notebook.
World Geography: This is a one semester class that provides an overview of the world including geography and culture. Students will be able to choose a country and dig deep into it as they prepare their semester project.
Note: Social Studies courses vary each year.