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Social Sciences

Social Science and History courses are designed to help students develop an understanding and appreciation of the past. A study of history and the social sciences is necessary in order for students to develop and take an active role as citizens who are prepared to live in a changing and complex society.

Students will:

  • Gain knowledge, skills, and attitudes that will give them the ability to better understand the world in which they live
  • Receive a framework of knowledge relating to the events that shaped humanity, as well as the development of political, economic, and social institutions
  • Prepare to participate competently and productively as concerned citizens and learn to address societal and global concerns


  • World History
  • United States History
  • Human Geography
  • American Government
  • Crime & Justice
  • Modern American Issues
  • AP United States History
  • AP Psychology
  • AP American Government & Politics
  • AP Microeconomics
  • AP Macroeconomics

Questions about our Social Sciences curriculum?

Clare Reszel (STM ’09)
Social Sciences Department Chair
(414) 481-8370 x385

Savannah Green
Social Sciences Teacher
(414) 481-8370 x322

Dave Marsicek
Social Sciences Teacher
(414) 481-8370 x306

Andrew Wilson
Social Sciences Teacher
(414) 481-8370 x301

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