This course will provide study in the history of America from the age of discovery to the present. Students take the federal and state constitutions, Declaration of Independence, and flag code test required for graduation. The curriculum will be differentiated to meet the skill level of the student. This course meets the U. S. History graduation requirement.

This course will focus on America's social and economic problems that investigate such topics as law and the legal system, criminal law,juvenile justice, individual rights, influence on consumers, prejudice and discrimination, and American attitudes. The primary objective of this course is to give students an insight into the causes and consequences of problems which they face in the United States today. This course satisfies the consumer education requirement.