Pictured left to right: Anthony Grondziowski, Erin Harp, April Mack, Eric Cooper, and Jeff Nesbitt.
The mission of the Social Studies Department at Green Level is to create an equitable, culturally responsive environment to foster forward growth in our students. Collaboration and choice will be a main focus as the department strengthens creative and critical thinking skills in all students. The courses offered within the Social Studies department support and expand upon the Wake County Vision. It is the goal of the Social Studies department to have students ready for productive citizenship in an interconnected world.
In order to fulfill graduation requirements, students must complete four core classes including World History, American History I & II, and Civics and Economics. In addition to the core classes, Green Level will offer a wide array of Advanced Placement and elective courses.
Below are the AP and elective courses that will be offered during the 2019-20 school year:
- AP Human Geography
- Conversations in Diversity
Below are the AP courses that we anticipate offering beginning in the 2020-21 school year (unless otherwise noted):
- AP World History
- AP United States History
- AP Psychology
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