Nashua Christian Academy is committed to discipling students within a Christian worldview. This perspective is particularly important in history, that glass in which we see the motives, ideas and deeds of men, and in which we seek to discern truth from error, good from bad, and beauty from distortion. Social studies provide a critical forum for students to consider God’s sovereignty over relationships, from the family unit to local communities, to the development of our nation and of world civilizations. Specifically addressed are good citizenship, locally and globally, and informed participation in our government (Isaiah 46:9-10; Romans 13:1; 1 Peter 2:13).
Streams of Civilization Volume 1, Christian Liberty Press, c. 1976
Students in grade 6 study world history, beginning with the discussion of creation versus evolution and progress through the time of the Reformation. Highlights will include Ancient Egypt, Mesopotamian Empires, Classic Greece, the Roman Empire, the development of Christianity, the Middle Ages, European Nations, the development of Islam, the Far East, and Africa.
A History of US: Volumes 2-5, Oxford University Press, c. 1999
Students in grade 7 will study US history, beginning with the thirteen colonies and continuing until the start of the Civil War. Students will not only have a grasp of the facts and events themselves, but will also gain an understanding of the causes that produced these moments and the resulting effects.
A History of US: Vols 6-10, Oxford University Press, c. 1999
Students in grade 8 will continue our nation’s story, from the Civil War and reconstruction through World War II. Students will not only have a grasp of the facts and events themselves, but will also gain an understanding of the causes that produced these moments and the resulting effects.