AP®/Honors & Electives: SOCIAL STUDIES & HUMANITIES
Told from multiple perspectives and highlights how diverse actors have been at the center of US history.
Provides students with guidance and support to master key concepts, develop historical thinking skills, and succeed on the AP U.S. History Exam.
For Honors U.S. History
The best-selling concise text for U.S. history and respected for its clear narrative voice and impeccable scholarship.
African American History
For African American History
Charts the journey of African Americans from Africa, through slavery in the Western Hemisphere, and struggles for freedom and racial equality.
AP World History and AP European History
Maintains its thematic perspective but reorganized to reflect the new time span and revised themes, skills, and processes.
For AP European History
Delves into how Europe’s history contributed to the development of the modern world and an increasingly global society.
AP U.S. Government
Explains Constitution in everyday language, is visually appealing, and a student favorite.
For AP U.S. Government
A concise approach to American government that emphasizes critical thinking through appealing, relevant examples.
A comprehensive, step-by-step intro to criminal investigation with a logical framework for understanding the investigative process.
The ideal text for students interested in learning the complexities of the criminal justice system.
AP Human Geography and AP Psychology
Introduces students to the scope and excitement of geography while helping develop an awareness of its relevance to their daily lives.
The best-selling college text introduces students to psychology as a vibrant science that is both theoretical and relevant.
AP Microeconomics and AP Macroeconomics
Remains the leading text for AP Macroeconomics and AP Microeconomics courses.
For AP Economics
Provides a fresh alternative to the survey course that is both substantive and appropriate for the intro econ student.
For AP Economics
The approach is based on traditional models, but subjects students to deeper analysis, focusing on the real world instead of abstract models.