Either Civics or Government is Usually Required in High School
- Typically, government and economics are studied in homeschool high school for one semester each.
- That makes a one-year social studies course at the high school level.
- Most of the courses listed below are one semester.
- Some of them can be expanded to study government or economics for one year each if you desire.
Featured Government and Civics Courses
BJU Press Government Course
- BJU Press American Government is a traditional textbook curriculum for grade 12.
LifePac American Government Curriculum and Civics Courses
- LIFEPAC Civics is a one semester course for junior or senior high school or homeschool.
- LIFEPAC Government and Economics The first semester of this course covers government.
Notgrass Company: Government and Civics
Switched-On Schoolhouse American Government and Civics
- Switched-On Schoolhouse Civics is a one semester course for grades 7-12. This is an interactive computer based program for PC.
- Switched-On Government and Economics The first semester of this course covers government.
Whatever Happened to Justice? Rev. Ed.
The legal model is explained in Whatever Happened to Justice.
- It explores America’s legal heritage.
- Discusses the higher law and man-made law, and the connection between rational law and economic prosperity.
Ages 14 through adult.
A Bluestocking Guide Justice
The coursework in A Bluestocking Guide to Justice will help document your study of Whatever Happened to Justice? Like the other Bluestocking Guides it includes:
- Comprehension questions with answers in the back.
- Application exercises such as discussion, essay and research assignments with suggestions for further study such as books, movies, etc.
- Includes a Final Exam with answers in the back of the study guide.
- Consumable, non-reproducible.
Ages 14 and up