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Social Studies

Hanover High School's democratic school philosophy is supported though the Social Studies curriculum and the three required Social Studies courses: Citizenship and World History, United States History/U.S. History Survey, Contemporary History/Contemporary American History Survey, and Geopolitics/Global Studies.
Through readings, listening, viewing, thinking, writing, researching and discussing, Social Studies students develop and evolve the knowledge, skills and attitudes for effective citizenship. Through documents, students work to substantiate their opinions with documentary evidence, learn to see patterns in history and make connections to current events.

Course Descriptions

Social Studies Department Course Descriptions

Department Members

Timothy Berube

Margaret Caldwell

Teresa Drelick

Departmental Educational Assistant

Amy Eberhardt

Jonathan Gentine

Pamala Miller

James Mills

William Murphy

Elizabeth Murray

Department Coordinator

Matthew Prince

Colin Tindall

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