History & Humanities
Students are required to complete History 9, History 10, and U.S. History before graduation. Classes make extensive use of original documents. Regular analytical writing assignments include document-based essays. In History 10, students learn how to draw a map of the world and participate in simulation-based learning. U.S. History students complete a major research paper in the second semester. One-semester electives available to juniors and seniors involve a significant number of analytical papers and other writing assignments and use original documents, anthologies, and film in exploring the course topics.
M.Ed. English Education, University of Massachusetts
M.F.A. Poetry, New England College
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M.A., Bowling Green State University
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M.A.T., Rivier University
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M.Ed., Peabody College, Vanderbilt University
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M.Ed. English Language Arts, Wake Forest University
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M.Div., Duke Divinity School
D.A.S., The School of Theology, The University of the South
The school's History Club is one of the most active clubs on campus, offering student- and faculty-led talks throughout the year.