History and Government, Participation in Government, U.S.
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United States History and
This is a full year regents level
course which has a midterm half way through the school year
and requires students to pass the New York State Regents
exam which is taken at the end of the school year.
U.S. History and Government is taught in chronological order
starting with geography and the colonization of America
continuing throughout the year until we finish with present
issues and government decisions.
The website regentsprep.org is a great resource for reviewing all periods
in U.S. History.
Participation in Government
This is a half year required course
that is taken in the senior year. Students must pass
this course to graduate. This course concentrates on
how our government works with a concentration on the
Constitution, voting behavior, political ideologies and
Supreme court decisions. This course ends with a final
United States Military History
This course is a half year elective
that studies U.S. military history from WWII to the present.
This class recognizes the horror of war, sacrifice of
our military members, and lessons learned but not always
followed by our leaders. The human element and war's
affect on people and nations is studied throughout this
course. This course ends with a final exam.
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