1 Semester/0.5 Credit
Available to grades 8-12; available to grade 7 per counselor approval
Make history come alive through this exploration of the cultural tides and events that have shaped your state. This course provides interesting and informative lessons on the development of your state's government, the resources that helped birth the place in which you live, and the forces of culture that have shaped the status quo.
Not only will the State History course add depth and meaning to students’ experience of the place in which they live, but is also designed to give students extended practice in conducting research and writing reports, while covering topics like the state capitol, important state figures, a trip through the state, Christian heritage in the state, and more.
This course may have projects. Speak to your student's teacher for details.