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Social Science

Traditional:


Our Social Science department aims to broaden the world of our students by exposing them not only to the history and political system of the United States, but to the social structures, traditions, customs, and stories of the larger world in which they will live. To this end we feature classic courses like AP Psychology, AP European History, and United States History, as well as recently introduced semester-length courses in United States Government, Sociology, Anthropology, and Economics.

Experiential:


Social Science faculty are responsible for our “Youth in Government” and Debate programs, and our multi-disciplinary J-Term course “Learning to Love Limestone in Winter” is based in this department as well.

Courses Offered

NOT all classes offered every year

History & Social Science Faculty

Mr. Daniel Melega

Mr. Daniel Melega

Humanities Instructor, Faculty Representative to the Board of Trustees
B.A., History and Government, Colby College
M.A., History, Miami University

Mr. Gerard O'Keefe

Psychology Instructor
B.A., Scholastic Philosophy, St. Alphonsus College
M.S., Clinical Counseling, Our Lady of the Lake University
Mr. Mark Tasker

Mr. Mark Tasker

Social Science and World Language Department Chair, Social Science Instructor, Jazz Combo Director
B.S., Secondary Social Studies Education, University of Maine
M.A., Scandinavian Area Studies, University of Minnesota
The whole group at Aroostook National Wildlife Refuge.