From the Creation and the ancient world to modern-day studies, the Social Studies curriculum build a thorough understanding of world geography, culture, politics, and the founding and growth of the United States. The curriculum clearly present God’s sovereign hand, and godly men and women are held high.
World Geography: A survey of both geographic principles and every country of the world through a regional approach. Following the theme of a Grand Tour, students “travel” from continent to continent around the world studying the cultures, land forms, climates, resources, economy, religions, and government of each country.
World History: Students will see historical events from Creation to modern times in the light of God’s Word. The ministry of the church is emphasized in discussions of politics, economics, science, and fine arts.
U.S. History: The U.S. History curriculum covers our nations history from colonial times up to the present. Special attention is given to God's providence and the nation's Christian heritage.
U.S. Government: This course helps prepare students to become responsible citizens with a discussion of the principles and mechanics of a constitutional republic. Material discussed includes the Constitution, in depth insights into the three branches of government, political parties, elections, and foreign policy, all from a biblical perspective.
Economics: examines the concepts and theories of economics from a Christian perspective and profiles individual countries and economic perspectives.
Contemporary Issues: The Contemporary Issues course focuses on life in our world day by day. Although many issues studied will be played out while we watch, some topics will be ongoing. Peace in the Middle East, cloning, AIDS, and space travel is examples of topics which have been around but are still current in the news. World leaders will be part of the focus as we study different countries and cultures and how they intertwine.
Financial Peace: The issue of finances is addressed more than 800 times in the Bible. This course is designed to focus on four key issues from a Biblical perspective: 1) income; 2) money management; 3) spending and credit; and, 4) saving and investing.