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“Study the past if you would define the future.”

The Middle Ages

Recommended for ages 6 and up


Semester One (Sep 13-Jan 24)

  • Rotten Rome, Blue Barbarians, Beowulf the Brave, and Justinian the Just (Sep 13-Oct 4)

  • Arabian Nights, Fireworks, Wild Warriors, and the Birth of Islam and Buddhism (Oct 11-Nov 1)

  • Vicious Vikings, Greenland, and How to Train a Knight (and a Samurai) (Nov 8-Dec 6)

  • Crashing Crusades, Corrupt Kings, Genghis Khan, and the Forbidden City (Jan 3-24)

Semester Two (Jan 31-May 23)

  • Ivan the Great, Ivan the Terrible, and Why You Do Not Want to be an Heir (Jan 31-Feb 21)

  • Time to Explore! Timbuktu, Tenochtitlan, and So Much More (Feb 28-Mar 21)

  • Read All About It! (Mar 28-Apr 25)

  • Update the Map! New Lands Have Been Found (May 2-23)

The Modern Age of World History 
Recommended for ages 9 and up

Semester One (Sep 15-Jan 26)

  • What’s Happening Around the World in 1865? (Sep 15-Oct 6)

  • Strong Strides Forward (Oct 13-Nov 3)

  • Crazy Emperors, Unhappy Unions, and Fireworks in China (Nov 10-Dec 8)

  • The Last Emperor of China, the Romanovs, Gandhi, and World War (Jan 5-26)

Semester Two (Feb 2-May 25)

  • Troubled Waters between the Wars (Feb 2-23)

  • The War that Stretched Across the World (Mar 2-23)

  • The Post-War World (Mar 30-Apr 27)

  • History Meets the Present (May 4-25)