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Social Studies / History

Amity’s Social Studies Program (Grades 9-12) is designed to provide students with a well-rounded study of the significant developments in history and the social sciences. Courses draw their content from a wide variety of social science disciplines. Emphasis is placed on the study of key concepts and the development of important skills necessary to become lifelong learners. These skills include reading comprehension, writing, research, oral communication, critical thinking and technology.

 

Faculty

Name

TITLE

Cara Haas

Department Chair, World History

Carol Asprelli

AP US History, World History

Chris Borelli

Critical Issues, American Government and Economic Policy

Rick Bourdeau

AP Psychology, American Government and Economic Policy

 Jen Brechlin Cultural Geography, Multicultural Diversity in America, American Government and Economic Policy, AP US Government and Politics 
 LeeAnn Browett  Critical Issues, World History

Wendy Carrafiello

Modern American History, Psychology

Bob Catalde

Modern American History

Jim Clifford

Modern American History, Psychology

Seth Davis

American Government and Economic Policy, AP US Government and Politics

Peter Downhour

American Government and Economic Policy, AP US Government and Politics

Rebecca Hastings

Humanities, Modern American History

Rob Long

World History

 Danielle Norris Modern American History, World History

David Pepitone

World History, Sociology

Claude Roy

AP Psychology