Due to summer construction, in addition to our school year ending early this year (last day May 27th, 2022 at 12:15), we will also be starting school a week later this coming 2022-2023 school year.

Start of the 2022-2023 School Year:
September 7th: Back to School Night

September 12th: 1st Day of High School (ELEM individually scheduled testing day) 
September 13th: 1st Day of Elementary School

We have received many inquiries regarding summer SAC. Due to the scheduled construction at the school this summer, we have been looking into other options. Unfortunately, we couldn't secure an alternate location. Therefore, we are unable to offer summer SAC this year. Thank you for your understanding.


Economics: Syllabus

Economics Syllabus

This class will help students develop a clearer understanding of familiar economic concepts and fundamental economic principles. Students will study supply and demand and the effects of market forces on supply and demand curves. They will explore government regulation of the private sector through antitrust regulation. They will also study institutions that interact in a market economy. They learn the importance of the entrepreneur to the economy. Students will explore labor markets, financial markets, and the ways in which business organizations grow. Students will learn how the economy is measured, how the economy grows, and economic challenges, such as unemployment, inflation, economic instability, and poverty. They will explore sources and uses of government revenue. The role of banking and the Federal Reserve System in the national economy also is presented.

TEXTBOOK: Contemporary Economics by William A. McEachern, 2005

Unit 1:
What is economics?
Economic Systems and Economic Tools
U.S. Private and Public Sectors

Unit 2: The Market Economy
Market Forces
Market Structure

Unit 3: Market Institutions
Labor Markets
Financial Markets and Business Growth

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