The Eighth Grade Social Studies curriculum focuses on American history from European exploration through 1865. This includes Colonization, Revolution, forming of a new nation, Westward Expansion, and the Civil War.

The course focuses on the causes of social struggles and problems in American society. To understand social problems, the course will look at the social, political, and economic conditions that perpetuate social problems. Such problems students will discuss will be racial and ethical tensions, poverty, crime, juvenile delinquency, gangs, substance abuse and other social ills. Many theories will be offered to explain the malfunction and struggles of a society along with student offered solutions to these problems.

The Eighth Grade Social Studies curriculum focuses on American history from European exploration through 1865. This includes Colonization, Revolution, forming of a new nation, Westward Expansion, and the Civil War.

The Eighth Grade Social Studies curriculum focuses on American history from European exploration through 1865. This includes Colonization, Revolution, forming of a new nation, Westward Expansion, and the Civil War.

The Eighth Grade Social Studies curriculum focuses on American history from European exploration through 1865.This includes Colonization, Revolution, forming of a new nation, Westward Expansion, and the Civil War.

The Eighth Grade Social Studies curriculum focuses on American history from European exploration through 1865. This includes Colonization, Revolution, forming of a new nation, Westward Expansion, and the Civil War.