AP World History
AP World History is a full-year course designed to give students a comprehensive understanding of historical trends in human civilizations. Students will learn how to support theories with historical evidence, evaluate primary evidence/documents, and make comprehensive evaluations of historical frameworks. The course units include text-based content, on- and off-computer exercises, special projects, quizzes, and tests that appeal to today's learners.
AP World History enriches the educational experience for Christian school students and sparks a passion for learning. This course has been built around the practices published in the AP World History Course and Exam Description.
Throughout the course, students will explore the following five themes:
- Early Development: Interaction between humans and the environment
- Demography and disease
- Patterns of settlement
Social: Development and transformation of social structures
- Gender roles and relations
- Family and kinship
- Racial and ethnic constructions
- Social and economic classes
Political: State-building, expansion, and conflict
- Political structures and forms of governance
- Nations and nationalism
- Revolts and revolutions
- Regional, trans-regional, and global structures and organizations
Economic: Creation, expansion, and interaction of economic systems
- Agricultural and pastoral production
- Trade and commerce
- Labor systems
- Capitalism and socialism
Cultural: Development and interaction of cultures
- Belief systems, philosophies, and ideologies
- Science and technology
- The arts and architecture
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Grades 9–12 : 1 Credit
Timetable for AP Courses
Since exams for AP courses take place during the first two weeks of May, students are encouraged to begin working on them as early as July and no later than the beginning of school year. For more specific dates, general information about AP Courses, and a list of all AP courses offered by Enlightium Academy, please visit the AP Courses/College Credits page.
Standard AP Course Price Chart
|Add-on Price (Primary AP Textbook Included)**||$350||$350|
*Students can purchase tutoring minutes for phone support and screen-sharing services if needed.
**Families can choose to purchase the book on their own and Enlightium can apply a credit to the tuition for the price of the book, provided it is within the price range on the required purchases list.
Additional payment (if applicable) is due within 30 days of enrollment. The Accounting Department will reach out via email to arrange a payment. Discounts do not apply to AP courses.
Get Started with Enlightium Academy Full-Time
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