Sixth, seventh, and eighth grade social studies classes each maintain their own areas of focus throughout the school year.

  • Sixth grade begins with the migration of humans from Asia to the Americas and continues next to the importance of the Americas’ development until their European colonization.
  • Seventh grade begins its focus on the creation of the United States, devoting special attention to American government through the struggle of the Civil War.
  • Eighth grade concentrates on the World Wars along with the conflicts in both Korea and Vietnam.
  • Throughout each class, lessons are devoted to geography, current events, analyses of primary documents, and critical thinking.