World History-The First 5200 Years 2 semesters
Our history courses are organized around “key dates” which provide students with a chronological framework for the major events of world and U.S. history. The World History courses begin with the creation of the earth and the beginning of the human family with our first parents, Adam and Eve at 4000 B.C. and continues down to 1200 A.D. covering the events in the development of Western Civilization.
This course will meet once per week for 1 hour on Thursday mornings at 8:00 AM. You can attend the live session in Burley, or participate via Zoom online. All classes will be recorded for review and parent participation. Parents will be required to monitor the class and administer the weekly quizzes that will be sent by email a few days before the next class. Quizzes will be reviewed and self-corrected in class. Instructor: Alan Fluckiger
A grant from VELA Education Foundation has made a $200 scholarship per semester for this class through American Heritage Academy, making the cost $100 per semester.
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