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US History

Trish Cowan

Grade Level: 9th-12th

Prerequisite: None

Class Size: Minimum 5/ Maximum 15 students

Supplies: BJU Press United States History Textbook ISBN 978-1-62856-207-1; BJU Press Student Tests 978-1-62856-226-2

Supply Fee: $10

United States History teaches students about the development of the United States as a nation in order for them to become informed and empowered citizens. The course begins with early American settlement, then moves on through the formation and early years of the nation, the Constitution, and the many challenges that have threatened survival. Students will develop their critical thinking skills as they learn to use their knowledge of the nation’s history to make informed decisions about issues on a local, state, and national level.


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I have four grown children whom I home educated for over 20 years. My sister and I opened a homeschool resource center, bookstore, and co-op for homeschooling families in the Northeast Texas area in 2006. During this time, we served hundreds of families and hosted seminars to guide and encourage families through all the homeschool years with additional assistance for high school students and their parents with college and career preparation and counseling. Currently, I am a College and Career Counselor for a small, private Christian school. I am completing my fifth year in this position and completed my Guidance Counselor Certification in May 2021. I thoroughly enjoy meeting with students and parents and guiding them towards discovery of their unique callings, gifts, talents, aptitudes and skills that inform their future college and career decisions.

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