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Geography is the  study natural and human phenomena relative to a spatial dimension. Students will study five geographical themes: location, place, human and environmental interaction, movement, and region.

Students in World History will study the human experience from the rise of the first civilizations to 1700.

Students will explore the history of America from its native American origins to the 21st century.

Starting at 1700 students will study the culture, conflicts, growth of nationalism, industry, and the dynamic growth of European Society and its impact on the world.

American Government examines the foundation of our government, the three branches, the rule of law, state and local governments, American society and political culture, the role of citizens, and more.

Improving Learning - Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening, Thinking and More

2008 will go down in the history books as the year that the Global Financial Crisis began. Companies, even 160 year old companies go bankrupt, banks fail, and governments scramble to respond. How did this begin? Who is responsible? How long will it last? How bad will it get? What can I do to protect myself from this crisis?

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Programming and Software Development
A course for teachers to learn and discover all of the wonderful ways that web2.0 can enhance the classroom experience and engage today's learners.

High School Reading

The College Challenge