Which history courses would best suit your student? With his goals in mind, what approach might work best? For information regarding necessary history credits please turn to page 4 in High School of Your Dreams. For additional history resources, experiential learning, research topics, famous names in history, essay topics and projects, please see the following pages:
US History, pgs. 135-140
US Government, pgs. 123-126
Canadian History, pgs. 132-133
Canadian Government, pgs. 121-123
World History, pgs. 141-145
History of the Roman Empire, pgs. 134-135
Geography, pgs. 114-117
Criminal Justice/Forensic Science, pgs. 87-89
For assistance from a consultant, who will design an individualized approach and resources tailored to your student’s abilities, interests, and goals, our support team is on hand, ready to help! Please see ‘Individualized Academic Plan’ or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Christ and the Americas
This text fills a great void because it gives proper attention to and appreciation for the role of the Catholic Church in American history. Covers 1400 A.D. through 1996 in a fast-paced yet thorough, and always interesting, manner. Because of its scores of amazing insights and penetrating analyses it makes history understandable and come alive. With study questions at the end of each chapter, this book can be used as a traditional textbook or to read for enjoyment and information. 423 pages, 17 maps. Softcover. 6½"x9½"
Christ the King, Lord of History
Here is a fast-paced, highly readable and interesting Catholic world history for highschool students. Covers largely Western world history 1800 B.C. through 1979… all from a Catholic viewpoint. The book recounts episode after episode of our history, while giving full credit to the tremendous role and influence the Catholic Church has had in the last 2,000 years! 472 pages. Softcover. 6½"x9½"
Declaration Statesmanship: A Course in American Government
An engaging one-semester course in American government for 11th- and 12th- grade students by Drs. Richard Ferrier and Andrew Seeley, faculty members of Thomas Aquinas College. This outstanding program is designed to "help the young citizens of America to understand how the principles of the American founding are crucial to the pursuit of happiness which is their birthright." Very thorough and enlightening!
Junia Novel Trilogy
This set of novels for tweens and teens is a vibrant, enlivening trilogy that illustrates the life of the Early Christian in Rome. The author is a priest of the Prelature of Opus Dei in St. Louis.
The following history titles can be found at numerous new and used bookstores.
Warren Carroll's History of Christendom Series
One daughter disliked reading a history book, but give her historical fiction, she would then look up references to see where/when the book took place and the background - She is learning history!! (We had) no accredited diploma, but experienced no difficulty in gaining college admission —C.M.