In this course you will learn about the history of journalism.

This course covers U.S. History from the Exploration/Colonization period through the Civil War/Reconstruction period.  Students who take this course will be prepared to take the AP exam which is given in early May of each school year. Reading comprehension is essential for this course as there are massive amounts of reading to be done. Writing clear, concise, and pertinent essays will also be a skill that the successful student will cultivate.

This course covers U.S. History from the 1877 to the modern day. Particular time is spent on World Wars I and II, and Vietnam. Students who take this course will be prepared to take the AP exam which is given in early May of each school year. Reading comprehension is essential for this course as there are massive amounts of reading to be done. Writing clear, concise, and pertinent essays will also be a skill that the successful student will cultivate.

Virtual School World History offers an overview of the history of humankind. The course begins with earth’s first civilizations and surveys the progress of human endeavor from those earliest cultures to the contemporary world. Throughout the course, students will examine the institutions, ideas, and individuals that have shaped world civilization. World History is a two-semester course aligned with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) with emphasis upon reading and writing in a broad range social studies disciplines, including history, geography, political science, and economics. Students will also use primary and secondary source documents to complete research and problem-solving projects.

Virtual School World History offers an overview of the history of humankind. The course begins with earth’s first civilizations and surveys the progress of human endeavor from those earliest cultures to the contemporary world. Throughout the course, students will examine the institutions, ideas, and individuals that have shaped world civilization. World History is a two-semester course aligned with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) with emphasis upon reading and writing in a broad range social studies disciplines, including history, geography, political science, and economics. Students will also use primary and secondary source documents to complete research and problem-solving projects.