“Study the past if you would define the future.” ― Confucius
Social Studies courses at The Woodstock Academy engage learners by encouraging them to identify and form points of view, develop clear oral and written expression, and think critically. Students take three required social studies courses as a part of the core curriculum. Freshman students start with Modern World History or World Cultures, focusing on European History. Sophomores get specific with U.S. Government and Politics where they learn about and how to participate in federal, state, and local government and politics. Juniors study Modern U.S. History. Elective course offerings include Sociology, Psychology, Military History, International Relations I and II, and many more. Students are also invited to participate in various social studies sponsored events, such as local election debates and candidate meet and greets.
What sets WA apart:
- Nationally ranked Model United Nations club – top 150 programs in the country
- 5 AP courses in Government and Politics, European History, US History, Psychology, and Macroeconomics
- Early College Experience credit, through University of Connecticut, for Introduction to Human Rights and International Relations 2
- Elective courses, including microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Psychology, Sociology, Sports and Culture, Introduction to Law, Cultural Anthropology, International Relations I & II, Military History, Community Activism, and Current Events
Click below to read about our available History & Social Studies Courses