• Today, high school students live in a globalized society and are citizens in a global world. To be successful citizens, students need to be knowledgeable about the world outside Great Neck, New York, and even the United States. Using a multidisciplinary perspective, students will understand the diversity of the human experience. Their concern for worldly issues will develop their global identity. This course is designed to explore current trends in political, economic, and social mores in specific areas around the world whose influence permeates the world in which we live. This program will develop students' understanding of world events in a digital learning environment.

    Citizens of the World is two period, two credit program that fulfills the 12th grade English and Social Studies requirements.

    2 Units of Credit

    Prerequisite: American History