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Social Science

Poe, Adam Teacher
Seto, Antony Teacher

Graduation Requirements

Students need to meet the following Social Science requirements to graduate.

  • American Government/Economics - 10 credits
  • U.S. History - 10 credits
  • World History - 10 credits

Above the Minimum

Above the Minimum is a program run in partnership with Woodland’s chamber of commerce, the intent being exposure to opportunities outside and beyond high school for our student population.  The goal of the program is to have students thinking about employment opportunities that pay more than minimum wage.  The jobs that are profiled usually do not require a substantial post-high school investment of time and/or money in order to be achievable.  Past speakers have included Wells Fargo, Las Brasas, Cabinet makers, state lobbyist, etc.  Liaisons for this program are chamber member George Rowland and CCHS instructor Tony Seto.