Geography and History
The Cycle One curriculum focuses on helping students become aware of the world around them from Prehistoric time until today. The aim of Social Science is to familiarize young people with different perceptions and concepts that men have developed over time in their efforts to improve their living conditions.
The History and Citizenship course, which is taught in Sec III and Sec IV, explores Canadian and Quebec history in order to help young people understand the society in which they live.
The Secondary V Contemporary World course gives the students a broader understanding through contemporary and international history, exposing them to the important concepts of contemporary societies.
These subjects offer perspectives that promote discussion, reflection and analysis of Mankind. The study of social science is all about opening oneself to the world of yesterday and today.
In a world increasingly diverse and accessible, expertise in the social sciences is a necessary tool for peaceful coexistence. This openness will help tomorrow’s children be part of a more tolerant world and more sensitive to the differences that make us fascinating human beings!