World History Class





Reformation History (7th/8th)
Reformation History covers a period of 500 years and is an outline of the march of the human race from slavery to freedom. Above all, students will witness that while the oppressors have carried out their plans, and had things their own way, there were other forces silently at work, which in time undermined their plans, as if a Divine hand were directing the counter-plan.
• Offered in odd years
• Early American History (7th/8th)
Early American History explores some of the principal events that transpired during the colonial period of our country.This course covers the period from the discovery and settlement of America to the Revolutionary War.
• Offered in even years
• American Foreign Policy (10th/11th)
American Foreign Policy is designed to help the student understand the Biblical basis for foreign policy, embrace the Biblical law of nations, discern global international issues and identify solutions guided by principles. The student, studying the major periods of American history, comes to understand the application of a Biblical foreign policy and the Christian Just War Doctrine.​ This course provides 1 history credit and 1/2 government credit.
• Offered in even years
• Universal History (11th/12th)
A study of history from creation to modern times taking special note of God's Providence.
• Offered in odd years

History classes lead students through an exploration of the events of history, identifying their causes and effects while taking special notice of God's Providence as He accomplishes his plan through history. History classes will have lessons posted each day, Monday - Friday.

Elective Classes

Church History (9th-12th)
Church History covers the broad scope of church history, beginning with the birth of the New Testament Church. It then examines the Church during the Middle Ages, during and after the Reformation, and finally how it has progressed into the New World (up until the late twentieth century).
• Offered as requested
• Biblical Archaeology (9th-12th)
This art and music appreciation course covers the Modern Era. Composers studied include: Peter Tchaikovsky, Sergei Prokofiev, Francis Poulenc, Aaron Copland, Dmitry Kabalevsky, & Leonard Bernstein. Artists studied include: Pierre Auguste Renoir, Mary Cassatt, Paul Gauguin, John Singer Sargent, Henri Matisse, & Jackson Pollock.
• Offered as requested
• World War I (9th-12th)
This course examines the unprecedented catastrophe that gripped the world from 1914 to 1918.
• Offered as requested
• World War II (9th-12th)
This course examines the greatest conflict in human history, a conflict that left no continent untouched and no ocean unaffected.
• Offered as requested
• Cold War (9th-12th)
This course covers the critical time period from 1947 to 1991 examining the political conflict, military tension, proxy wars, and economic competition that arose as the world was divided into the Communist World and the Western World.
• Offered as requested
• Vietnam War (9th-12th)
This course examines events leading up to the war and the war itself while considering the intersection of political and military strategies.
• Offered as requested
• Cultural History (9th-12th)
Take a journey through the cultural shifts following World War II as a lens through which to consider the course of history. This course considers how technology, music, entertainment, etc., affects or reflects the state of a nation.
• Offered as requested
• Missionary History (9th-12th)
An examination of the fulfillment of the Great Commission over the 2,000 year history since Christ.
• Offered as requested