• The Social Studies department at Dutchtown High School welcomes parents and students to the 2022-2023 school year! We offer the following courses:
    World Geography, Honors World Geography and AP Human Geography for students in 9th grade
    World History, Honors World History, and AP World History for students in 10th grade
    U.S. History, Honors U.S. History, and AP U.S. History for students in 11th grade
    American Government, Economics, Honors Economics, AP Macroeconomics for students in 12th grade
     
    We will be offering the following elective courses this upcoming school year:
    African American Studies 
    AP Psychology
    Psychology
    Sociology 
      
    In our discipline, Milestones exams are required  in U.S. History.  Depending on the semester in which the student takes  U.S. History, the Milestones exam will be taken in either December or May.  Students in all classes have final exams in late December and then again in late May. Review will be provided for all students enrolled in Social Studies courses prior to the end of the course.    
      
    We are a department steeped in scholarship and committed to rigorous standards-based instruction. Additionally, we are dedicated to building relationships with our parents and students. The following individuals teach within the Dutchtown Social Studies department:
     
    Dr. Danielle Boyum, Department Chair
    Mr. Michael Bell 
    Ms. Bonnie Byars
    Ms. Delia Cayson 
    Ms. Tara Cleckley-Hickman
    Dr. Ira Davis
    Dr. Santha Jetty 
    Ms. Crystal Kimble 
    Mr. Richard Postell
    Ms. Audra Rawlings
    Ms. Natoria Shine 
    Ms. Anji Usher 
    Mr. Wade Zahnd  
     
    Please contact us by email if you have any questions or if we may be of any assistance.  Our specific email addresses can be located at the DHS website link under faculty and staff. 
     
    If you are interested in obtaining the Civics Seal on your Dutchtown High School diploma, please contact Dr. Boyum in Room 121 or by email for guidelines. 
     
    Let's have a great school year!  
     
     
     
     
     
     
Last Modified on September 8, 2022