Social Studies

Seventh Grade

World History

The Beginning
From Sumer to Canaan
Down to Egypt
Israel and Its Land
According to His Will
Greece: A Drama in Two Acts
Rome before Christ
Rome after Christ
Early Church History
Islam versus Christendom
From Empire to Feudalism
An Age of Darkness
The Protestant Reformation
Post-Reformation Europe
The English Nation
An Age of Exploration
The United States
France in the Modern Age
Science & Industry in the Modern Age
The New World of Classics
The British Empire
World War I and the Rise of Communism
Before and During World War II
The Cold War Era
Era of Change
Eastern Hemisphere Geography
Parliamentary procedure
Current events

Eighth Grade

United States History

A New World to Explore
The First English Colonies
New Colonies
Life in Colonial America
Preparation for Independence
Home of the Brave
Land of the Free
From the Appalachians to the Rockies
The Jacksonian Era
The Blessings of Technology
The Second Great Awakening and Its Impact
Education and Culture
The Promise of the West
The Civil War and Reconstruction
The Age of Industry
The Gilded Age
Growing into Greatness
Into the Twentieth Century
The Rise of Big Government
A World at War
Time for Freedom and Responsibility
Troubled Times for America
Which Way, America?
Western Hemisphere Geography
Current Events
National, State, and Local Government

Georgia History

Geographic regions
Georgia’s seven wonders
Georgia the 13th colony
Geogia during the following: 
Revolutionary war
The War of 1812
Antebellum period
Civil war
Reconstruction of the South
Progressive Movement
World War I
Great Depression
The New Deal
World War II

Ninth Grade

World Geography (one semester)

Introduction to Geography
Asia: The Middle East, Central and Southern Asia, The Far East
Africa: Northern Africa, Tropical Africa, Southern Africa
Europe: Mediterranean Europe, Central Europe, the Low Countries, the British Isles, Scandinavia, Russia and Eastern Europe
Australia, the Pacific Islands, and Antarctica
North America: Canada, the United States, Mexico and Middle America
South America: Andean Countries, Brazil and the Guianas,
Southern Mid-Latitude Countries
Current events

Introduction to Computers is taken during the second semester of the ninth grade year.

Tenth Grade

World History

Asia and Africa: The Beginnings of Civilization
Foundations Other Asian Cultures
Sumer Egypt
The Fertile Crescent Other African Cultures

Europe: Beginnings of Western Civilization
Greece Early Church History
Rome The Byzantine Empire
The Middle Ages: From the Ancient to the Modern
The Dark Ages
Medieval Culture
The Rise of Modern Nations

The Reformation Era
The Protestant Reformation
Post-Reformation Europe and the New World
Post-Reformation Science and Culture

The Age of Ideas
England and America
The Age of Industry
The Victorian Era
Unbelief and Revolution in 19th Century Europe

The Twentieth Century
World War I, The Rise of Communism
20th-Century Liberalism
World War II
The Cold War Era
The Rise of Globalism
Current events

Eleventh Grade

U.S. History

The eleventh graders will be presented with the history of America from the 1490s to the 1990s with special emphasis on the personalities and events that shaped the American character. A variety of illustrations, maps, and photographs will invite students to explore the past of U.S. history. Through the story of America’s rise to greatness, students will learn to recognize the hand of God in history and to appreciate the influence of Christianity in government, economics, and society.

Twelfth Grade

Government and Economics

This course is designed to have a conservative, Christian perspective. Students need the firm foundation this course provides to become informed, responsible citizens and voters in today’s world. This course will promote patriotism by opening with an inspiring look at the blessings we enjoy and the symbols we hold dear as American citizens. This course centers on the Constitution because at the core of the text is a fascinating study of the Constitution, the government it established, and the rights and privileges it guarantees the American people. This course will also challenge students to get involved because after studying the Constitution and the national government, students learn about federalism and government at the state and local levels. The text concludes with a chapter on the opportunities and responsibilities of American citizens to get involved in their unique political system.

The semester on Economics covers essential concepts such as competition in the marketplace and private ownership of capital, which are discussed from a conservative perspective. The Biblical views of work, wealth, and stewardship appear throughout the book.