Trinity requires four years/four credits of Social Studies.
- A variety of speakers, including many who currently hold elected positions, are regularly invited to address students in Political Science classes.
- Social Studies courses play an integral part in the International Baccalaureate Curriculum at the higher level.
- An annual scholarship is awarded to a junior who best completes an essay demonstrating her expertise in the field of U.S. History.
|World History||9||2 blocks / 1 credit|
|Trinity’s Pre-IB World History||9||2 blocks / 1 credit|
|World Geography||9-10-11-12||1 block / .5 credit|
|U.S. History||10||2 blocks / 1 credit|
|Trinity’s Pre-IB U.S. Government||10||1 block / .5 credit|
|History of American Immigration||10-11-12||1 block / .5 credit|
|African American Experience||11-12||1 block / .5 credit|
|IB History of the Americas||11||2 blocks / 1 credit|
|Political Science||11-12||1 block / .5 credit|
|Sociology||11-12||1 block / .5 credit|
|Introduction to Psychology||11-12||1 block / .5 credit|
|Humanities||11-12||1 block / .5 credit|
|IB 20th Century Topics in History||12||2 blocks / 1 credit|
|IB History Seminar||12||1 block / .25 credit|
|IB Information Technology in a Global Society||11 and 12||3 blocks over 2 years/
|Women’s Studies||12||1 block / .5 credit|