Meet our Social Studies Department

The Social Studies Department strives to prepare concerned and active citizens who can function effectively in a multicultural, rapidly changing, and increasingly interdependent world. It is important that the student be guided by Christian values as he/she is exposed to open examination of controversial issues and conflicting views of history. The department has a mixture of required and elective courses to develop and broaden the basic social studies skills.

Deborah Forrest

262-632-2785 ext. 203
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Peter Merkel
Department Chair

262-632-2785 ext. 327
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Hannah Peterson

262-632-2785 ext. 324
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Zach Prideaux ‘06

262-632-2785 ext. 404
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Tom Scheller ‘69

262-632-2785 ext. 320
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COURSE OFFERINGS


 

High School Courses

World History
Government
World Geography
United States History
AP United States History
Psychology
Ethnic Studies
Sociology
Economics
AP Macroeconomics
AP Microeconomics

Middle School Courses

Social Studies—7th Grade
Social Studies—8th Grade

 

Please refer to our High School Course Selection Guide or Middle School Course Selection Guide for detailed information about each course, including a description, prerequisites, and the grade levels for which each course is offered.