The grade 9-12 World History course is an overview of our global community’s past development and how people, places and patterns of life have impacted our modern society. The course is separated into units covering the following topic areas: The Beginnings of Civilization, Ancient Government and Early Societies, The Middle Ages in Europe and the Middle East, Empires in Africa and Asia, the Renaissance and Reformation, the Age of Absolutism and Nationalism, the Industrial Revolution and the Revolutions of Europe and Latin America, the Growth of Western Democracy, The Age of Imperialism. The World at War, the Cold War, Globalization and Perspectives on the Present and the world today will end the course. The focus of this course is the study of the historical development of people, places, and patterns of life from ancient times until the present. Through e-resources, educational activities, discussions and readings, students will develop historical and geographical skills to analyze and explore the history of the world.

Course Length:

  • 9 Months (Full Course)
  • 4 Months (Semester Course)

Course Type: Asynchronous
Course Price: $700


World History Course