Social Studies 

The Social Studies Department believes that America’s binding heritage is a democratic vision of liberty, equality, and justice. To preserve this vision and bring it into daily practice, students learn how American history was shaped by events and forces that either helped or obstructed it, and how it has evolved into the circumstances of our time. Students also explore the diverse cultural heritage of the world’s many peoples for a comprehensive study of history. This knowledge is essential for informed judgment, responsible democratic citizenship, and respect for the dignity of all individuals. 

Course Offerings

World History   

Global Studies

Honors World History 

Global Studies (online)

US History 

Psychology I and II 

Honors US History

AP European History*

US Government 

AP US History

Economics 

AP Government and Politics

Honors Economics

AP Government We The People

* Shared class with Brother Rice High School

Social Studies Faculty

Elizabeth Peters

BA
MAT

University of Michigan
Oakland University

Kristen Roland

BA
MA

Concordia University
Eastern Michigan University

Patrick Turner

BA

Michigan State University

Sharon Allmen Videtich '88

BA
MA
MAT

Bucknell University
Wayne State University
Marygrove College

Tim Wallace

BA
MA

Oakland University
Oakland University

 

 

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