The social studies classes at BMS encourage students to explore historic movements that contributed to our modern world, trade, and cultural interactions, as well as political and technical developments preparing them to live in a global community. Students examine various forms of government, the effects of various religions, the influence of physical and cultural factors upon the world economic systems, and the physical features and climate regions of the world.
Concentrates on the areas of Europe and the Americas.
Focuses on Africa, Asia, and the Southwest Pacific.
Examines the relationships and significance of concepts and movements in the development of United States history through the Civil War including the major principles, systems, and values associated with citizenship and a constitutional government.