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Social Studies

Social Studies Curriculum

The Chinquapin Social Studies Curriculum aims to spark the interest of students in subjects that cover eons of human culture and history. The social studies faculty asks students to investigate the human experience from the earliest records into the modern era. Students gain an understanding of history and culture within a global context. In addition, our students are introduced to basic principles of economics and the workings of our government. The end-goal is for the student to better understand his or her place in our ever-shrinking world.

Courses:
6th Social Studies
7th Social Studies
8th Intro to American History
9th World Geography I
10th World History
11th U.S. History
12th U.S. Government
12th Economics
12th World Geography II

Accreditation

Chinquapin Prep is accredited by TAAPS

 

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2615 E. Wallisville Rd.
Highlands, TX 77562

(281) 426-5551

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