Social Studies

American History – T/Th 9:00 AM with Fr. Michael Heningham (2024-2025)

Required Text/Books: Supplied by the teacher.Summary: This class will explore the social and spiritual forces that shaped the history of the United States.  Instead of statistics and dates, it will take an apolitical path of how humanity managed to develop the most unique human experience in history combining cultures and mythologies from all around the globe as […]

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World History Survey 8/9 – T/Th 9:00 AM with Dallas Shipp (2024-2025)

Please complete MS History I, II, and III prior to enrolling into this course. Required texts:The Book of the Ancient World, by Dorothy MillsThe Book of the Ancient Greeks, by Dorothy MillsThe Book of the Ancient Romans, by Dorothy Mills I. Rationale:World History is a survey of the ancient world, the Greek and Roman worlds,

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World History Survey 8/9 – T/Th 3:00 PM with Dallas Shipp (2024-2025)

Please complete MS History I, II, and III prior to enrolling into this course. Required texts:The Book of the Ancient World, by Dorothy MillsThe Book of the Ancient Greeks, by Dorothy MillsThe Book of the Ancient Romans, by Dorothy Mills I. Rationale: World History is a survey of the ancient world, the Greek and Roman

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History I – Ancient – T/Th 11:00 AM with Adrienne Bowling (2024-2025)

Text: BiblioPlan Remember the Days Year One  Hands on Maps Advanced Year 1 for Middles  *You can get these on used sites  A 3-ringed notebook to hold papers, printouts, and projects.  A printer available for printing. Prerequisites: Your student needs to be able to read on a 6th grade level, be able to write at

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Social Studies 4 – T/Th 12:00 PM with Adrienne Bowling (2024-2025)

Required Text: Minn of the Mississippi; Paddle to the Sea; Tree in the Trail; and Seabird all by Holling C. Holling. The books can be bought in other places besides Beautiful Feet Books, but so far, I think BFB has the best prices unless you buy used copies, which would be perfectly acceptable! Required Maps: Geography Map Set can only be bought at

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American History – T/Th 2:00 PM with Fr. Michael Heningham (2024-2025)

Required Text/Books: Supplied by the teacher.Summary: This class will explore the social and spiritual forces that shaped the history of the United States.  Instead of statistics and dates, it will take an apolitical path of how humanity managed to develop the most unique human experience in history combining cultures and mythologies from all around the globe as

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Criminal Justice – Fri. 11:00 AM with Gerald Bowling (2024-2025)

Required Texts: Supplied by the teacher. Summary: This course is an introduction to the criminal legal system of the United States. It exists to broaden the perspective and understanding of how the justice system works and its structure. It will walk the students through the different court systems of the United States, touching on landmark judicial decisions

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Criminal Justice – Fri. 11:00 AM with Gerald Bowling

Required Texts: Supplied by the teacher. Summary: This course is an introduction to the criminal legal system of the United States. It exists to broaden the perspective and understanding of how the justice system works and its structure. It will walk the students through the different court systems of the United States, touching on landmark judicial decisions

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American History – T/Th 2:00 PM with Fr. Michael Heningham

Required Text/Books: Supplied by the teacher.Summary: This study will explore the social and spiritual forces that shaped the history of the United States.  Instead of statistics and dates, it will take an apolitical path of how humanity managed to develop the most unique human experience in history combining cultures and mythologies from all around the globe as

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American History – T/Th 9:00 AM with Fr. Michael Heningham

Required Text/Books: Supplied by the teacher.Summary: This study will explore the social and spiritual forces that shaped the history of the United States.  Instead of statistics and dates, it will take an apolitical path of how humanity managed to develop the most unique human experience in history combining cultures and mythologies from all around the globe as

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