Center for Leadership & International Relations
James River High School
11th Grade: Ethics
Junior year charges students to develop their abilities to read, explicate, analyze, and evaluate situations, their own ethical positions, and think critically and analytically about ethical issues.
AP Research: Ethics
In 11th grade Leadership elective, students develop their own questioning skills and ability to make evidenced-based decisions, examine their values and ethics, through a variety of case studies and find solutions to real world problems in their local school, community, and beyond.
The course involves critical reading and writing with an emphasis in American Literature. Students will simultaneously examine the historical bases and context of literature written by American authors.
AP United States History
The AP course provides a general overview of the history of the United States. Students will explore America’s past, examining the cultural, political, geographical, economical and technological changes that have taken place and have helped to shape the nation today.