This course focuses on the study of human behavior. As an introduction to the field of psychology, this course includes consideration of psychological principles, terminology, major theories, careers, methods of experimentation, and practical applications. Special topics include: personality development, problem solving, group dynamics, and motivation.


    This course centers on the behavior of people in groups. Topics discussed are socialization, institutions, social interaction, social change, collective behavior, and competition in society. 


    PAL stands for Peer Assistance & Leadership. This program uses the potential of youth to make a difference in their lives, schools, & communities. PALs creates environments in which youth participate in productive pursuits with peers, using decision making, higher order thinking skills, and resiliency building.


    This class is a competition class that requires students to learn the style of Lincoln-Douglas Debate, become proficient in it, and compete against other schools via tournaments that are scheduled ahead of time. For handbook and calendar concerning this event, please check Heather Stringer's website.