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AMERICAN CIVICS 3 Credits
Course No.: 180 1 Semester
Grade Level: 9 Required
Description: This 9th grade American Civics course will emphasize the study of our nation’s government and its role in the United States. Students will take an in-depth look at the development of the U.S. Constitution, individual rights, and the three major branches of government. Other themes to be covered include the role of the citizen in the American political system.
MYSTERIES OF HISTORY 1.5 Credits
Course No.: 193 1 Quarter
Grade Level: 9-12 Elective
Description: This course will be an intriguing look at some of the most puzzling events and people of the past. This class will promote problem solving skills, by encouraging students to examine the historical evidence surrounding each mystery and then allowing them to draw their own conclusions. Possible topics include the lost colony of Roanoke, the Oak Island treasure, who was Jack the Ripper, what happened to the ship Mary Celeste, and who shot JFK.