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HISTORY 105
GOVERNMENT, MODERN HISTORY AND POLITICAL SYSTEMS AP (Advanced Placement).

Grades 10-12. Recommended for Juniors/Seniors. Covers government theory and the general principles of different forms of government, especially the democratic-republic. It includes the structure of the American constitutional system, the Federalist Papers and de Tocqueville’s Democracy in America. No outside texts required. Student receives 2 credits: Government and English Literature. Normally offered on alternating years. (See schedule)

History 104 class meets in two 1½ -hour sessions a week every other year alternating with American History.

This course is part of the God’s Tapestry Multi-Credit curriculum and the student receives 2 credits: Government AP (Advanced Placement); English Literature.

Because of the more difficult and abstract reading material this is recommended for upper level students.

Teacher: Byron Clark. For a complete list of our teachers and their biographies click here.

Schedule & Costs
For Fall classes and teachers see Schedule and Costs section.
For Summer Classes see the Summer schedule.

 

 


 

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