This course will be a semester-long concurrent credit American history course covering the years 1492 to 1877 CE with a special emphasis on the development of the American people over time. The course will span from the Age of Exploration to the Civil War and Reconstruction. While American history often celebrates the efforts of great individuals, our nation’s history is a collective effort. Throughout this course, we will pause to reflect on the status of as many groups as possible to answer one question: ‘What does it mean to be free?’
Open To: 11th Grade
Admission Requirements: Cumulative GPA of 3.0. Teacher and Principal recommendation. Before class begins in August, or in January (if 2nd semester), students must attain ACT Reading subscores of at least 19 or Accuplacer scores of 251 in Reading.
Course Fee: $30 (UCA tuition) + cost of textbook. Students will be billed by UCA. The bill will be mailed to the student’s home address after the drop/add deadline given by the Registrar. A $75 CAC Administrative fee will be billed through FACTS.