Using imaginative and creative approaches to the study of history, we'll help you make sense of past events, ideas and people in order to discover the relevance of history to the world today.
Our curriculum will expose you to a variety of historical interpretations to foster open-mindedness, respect for opposing points of view and sensitivity to the complexity of the world.
We'll inspire you to think critically, and to articulate your ideas with clarity. We'll introduce you to historical research and documentation, and encourage you to work independently and collaboratively through individual and group projects.
We offer advanced placement courses in U.S. History, U.S. Government, European History and Art History. Our Asian Studies Signature Experience allows you to experience complete cultural immersion through research, language and travel.
Ultimately, as you learn about how the past informs the present and the future, you'll gain a better understanding of the complexity of our rapidly-changing global world.
My number one priority is to help my students become critical consumers of information and consider the credibility of the content they consume. Alison Hogarth, history teacher
Regan Cook '19 shares how she helped research legal avenues for the removal of a Confederate statue on the UNC campus.
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