Adrienne Stang, K-12 Coordinator
Tanya Earls Milner, Dean of Social Studies Curriculum and Program
The 6-12th grade “pathway” for History/Social Science is as follows:
- (Upper Schools) World Geography and Ancient History; World History,
Philosophy and Religion; World History (to 1800) and Civics,
- (High School) World History (1900-present), United States History 1 (1763-1877); and, United States History 2 (1877-present).
In grade 9 students will take World History. This course is required
for graduation and is offered at the College Preparatory and Honors
In grade 10 students will take US History 1 (Colonial America through
Civil War). This course is required for graduation and is offered at
the College Preparatory and Honors level. This course is a prerequisite
for students who wish to enroll in AP US History. Students interested in
taking AP US History must enroll in HN US History 1. Tenth graders may
choose to select a year-long section of CP US History 1 that meets on
alternate days with CP English 10. This section is designed to help
support students in both reading and writing skills, as well as with
organization. This section will have an honors option component in both
English and in History. Students must have recommendations from both
their teacher AND their guidance counselor.
In grade 11, students should take United States History 2
(Reconstruction to the 21st Century). This course is required for
graduation and is offered at the College Preparatory, Honors and
Advanced Placement level.
In the 12th grade, students may choose either two semester electives or a full-year AP course.
Visit the History page on Moodle@CRLS >>
View Mrs. Dailey's World History Web Site >>