3 Credit Hours of Social Science are Required












World Studies

United States History

Economics for Consumers

Civics and Government


Ethnic Studies -People of a Nation:

  • African American Studies                  
  • Native American Studies                  
  • Latino and Hispanic American Studies
  • Middle Easterners and North African Studies 

  • Asian American and Pacific Islanders Studies

Welcome! To The Social Science Classroom


This classroom provides the study material to prepare you for graduation.

Please review the information for for these courses on the right.

Then follow the Steps Below:

If you have problems with the functions of this site please email your instructor.

The grid at the top of this page will give you some direction as to the subject area that should be taken at each grade level.

The syllabus for your your is located under each subject area.

The course video presentations will be announced.


Your textbooks are listed below:

World History:

World Civilizations, 7th Edition Author (s): Phillip J. Adler, Randall L. Pouwels

U. S. History:

Hist, 3rd Edition Author: Kevin M. Shultz

Civics and Government:

 American Government and Politics Today, 2015-2016, Edition 1 Author (s):  Lynn E. Ford, Barbara A. Bardes, Steffen Schmidt

Economics for Consumers:

Economics Education for Consumers, 4th Edition Author (s): Roger LeRoy Miller, Alan D. Stafford

American History- Latino and Hispanic American Studies and Contributions to AmericaEthnic Studies

 American History-Native American Studies and  Constributions to America

American History-African American Studies and Contributions to America