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Social Studies

Oklahoma Academic Standards serve as expectations for what students should know and be able to do by the end of the school year. These standards were written by Oklahomans for Oklahoma.

Course Descriptions

AP Psychology

This course introduces students to the systematic and scientific study of the behavior and mental processes of human beings and other animals. Students are exposed to the psychological facts, principles, and phenomena associated with each of the major subfields within psychology. They also learn about the methods psychologists use in their science and practice. This course requires extensive reading and writing. Students may earn college credit for this course depending on the qualifying scores his/her college requires.

United States Government

This one-semester elective course compares the basic philosophies of democracy and totalitarian systems of government and the history of how our federal checks and balances and limited government concept works under the Constitution.

United States Government 1878 to Present

This one-unit course will explore the development of the United States since 1878. Students will describe and analyze effects of the Reconstruction Era amendments to the United States Constitution, examine the impact of immigration and the settlement of the American West on American society, and evaluate the economic effects of the industrialization and the changing role of the United States in world affairs at the turn of the twentieth century. The student will also describe the social, cultural, and economic events between the World Wars, investigate and analyze the Great Depression, identify the  causes, events, and effects of World War II, and assess the foreign and domestic policies of the United State since World War II. The student will also examine the 9/11 attacks on New York City and Washington, DC. Throughout the course, the student will analyze primary and secondary sources and interpret timelines, charts, maps, graphs, pictures, photographs and political cartoons. Historical research and writing narrative elements effectively into arguments and informative texts will be required.

AP United States History

The United States History AP course provides students with the analytic skills and factual knowledge necessary to critically analyze problems and materials in United States History. Students will assess historical materials and weigh the evidence and interpretations presented. This course requires extensive reading and writing. Students may earn college credit for this course depending on the qualifying scores his/her college requires.

Oklahoma History

This is a one-semester course covering the economy, government and politics, demographics, geography, culture, and history of Oklahoma. The time-line of Oklahoma development will be compared to that of United States and World History. This study should provide students with an understanding of how Oklahoma is similar to and different from the rest of the country.

World History Survey

This two-semester course emphasizes on the influence of geography on the development of economic life; the interrelationship of economic, political, and social institutions; the role of religion in human history; and the cultural achievements of all peoples. The course includes the rise of civilizations in Asia and Africa; the Judeo-Christian heritage; the classical period in Western culture; the commercial and industrial revolutions; the Renaissance and Reformation; nationalism; the democratic revolutions; anti-colonialism; and man’s search for a life of economic plenty, positive human relations, and spiritual satisfaction.

High School Course Offerings

  • AP Psychology 
  • United States Government 
  • United States History 1878 to Present
  • AP United States History 
  • Oklahoma History 
  • World History Survey