Tutors: Ferguson, Pritchett and Fogg
Cost: $350 plus class fees
American Government for High School: This course provides an analysis and practical-learning approach to the study of the history and current policies of the US Government and Politics. Interactive Student-Government like application throughout the school year will also be included. Through interactive lessons and games, this course will cover federal, state, and local government through iCivics.org and Crash Course Government. Additionally, we will hold a mock Presidential race and election. This course counts as one credit for American Government. Grades 9-12.
Middle School Civics (Gr. 6-8): What is an educated and active citizen? Students will explore this question and more while they are introduced to the American system of government and focus on elections, the presidency, and Congress. Students will delve into other aspects of understanding citizenship such as the military and emergency workers, state and local government, the judicial system, and government involvement in transportation, tourism, and more. Students will have the opportunity to live out their citizenry and participate in two service learning projects and two field trips. Students will have holiday research and presentations where food and costume will be encouraged.
Art History: Hands-On Art History - A journey through Art History with a heavier attention to the Renaissance and the Art of contemporary people of color. Every other class will find the students creating art that corresponds to the artist/master or period of study. Students create a Book of the Masters by the end of class.