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Social Studies

Global Leadership Academy: Where Social Studies Shapes World Changers!

Our Social Studies classes are more than just lessons about the past; they’re a bridge to the future. Here, we explore the rich tapestry of human history, economics, geography, and government to understand the world we live in and how we can shape it. You’ll engage in critical thinking, debate, and collaborative projects that prepare you for active, informed citizenship.

Our name is our mission. As a student of GLA, you’ll learn how leadership has transformed societies and how you can apply those lessons to make a positive impact. From the ancient civilizations that laid the foundations of our global community to the modern movements that challenge us to think differently, our courses connect you to the global narrative. 

Meet the GLA Social Studies Team!

What do students learn in your class?
"Critical thinking skills are essential to understanding the connection between the past and the present."
What do students learn in your class?
"How to think geographically. Population and Migration Trends. World Cultures including the 5 world religions and how the diffuse. Political Geography with case studies of the biggest issues in contemporary geopolitics. Rural and Agricultural Patterns- Why we eat the foods we do and how we produce food, it's environmental impact, and the changing ways we grow food. Urban Geography and Land Use- History of U.S. And Latin American city growth, use and structure."

 

What do students learn in your class?
"Students in my class learn about how what has happened in the past is still shaping where we're going in the future. Events don't occur in a bubble, and everything is connected. My students also learn essential tools they'll need to be informed members of our society, including how to become civically engaged, how to make sound financial decisions, and how to discern fact from fake news."
Social Studies classes at GLA include:
  • Geography
  • AP Human Geography
  • U.S. History
  • World History
  • AP World History
  • Government
  • Economics