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U.S. History Colonial Origins to 1861

Introduces you to the formation of American values and institutions from the early English settlements of North America through the Revolution and Civil War.

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Through reading, research and discussion students will?study the biological, psychological and sociological aspects?of human sexuality while considering the political, ethical, legal, historical...

Seniors have much to look forward to, but also have many challenges facing them as they complete their work at PEA. In this seminar-style course, seniors will have the opportunity to consider...

Building on skills learned in previous HHD courses, in the upper year students will explore developmentally appropriate topics known to be most influential for navigating their upper year. This...

In this first-term, age-appropriate course, required of all new uppers, students will discuss health issues such as sleep, time management, living and learning in a diverse community, mindfulness...

In these age-appropriate courses, required of all 9th graders, students will discuss health issues such as sleep, time management, living and learning in a diverse community, mindfulness, positive...

In this year-long, age-appropriate course, required of all juniors, students will explore together a variety of health issues, including, but not limited to, physical and psychological self-care;...

In this age-appropriate course, required of all new lowers, students will discuss health issues such as sleep, time management, living and learning in a diverse community, mindfulness, positive...

In this first-term, age-appropriate course, required of all new seniors and postgraduates, students will discuss health issues such as sleep, time management, living and learning in a diverse...

This course will explore the use of mind-altering substances throughout history, across cultures and within subcultures of the United States. From a biochemical, sociological and psychological...

How can we best manage life's competing challenges? How should we measure success? What are the most effective means to enhance one's capabilities, strengths and health status? We will aim to...

In this term-long, age-appropriate course, required for all lowers, students will discuss a variety of health issues, such as mental and psychological health, character development, cultural...