Haverhill High School

  • Humanities Academy

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    The humanities are the cornerstone of education and include such disciplines as English, history, world languages, classical studies, social sciences and philosophy. The study of humanities provides students with historical perspective and cultural awareness which gives them the ability to critically evaluate, analyze and interpret ideas and actions, and the courage to make choices on shared values and priorities. The study of humanities encourages students to use their imaginations, find beauty in experience, and reflect critically on that experience. And the study of humanities encourages students to make connections amongst all disciplines. The Humanities Academy will prepare students for careers in the fields of Communications, Education/Social and Physical Wellness and Law/Political Science/International Relations.

    Humanities Academy Pathways 2015-16

    Humanities Academy Checklist

    Internship Opportunities

    Contacts

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    Rashaun J. Martin, Supervisor of Social Studies and World Language and Culture  K-12
    rmartin@haverhill-ps.org

    History Dept. Faculty

    English Dept. Faculty

     

      THE HUMANITIES ACADEMY

            Haverhill High School

      The Humanities Academy Lecture Series

        Who: Jay Atkinson, Author of

    “Massacre on the Merrimack: Hannah Duston’s  

    Captivity and Revenge in Colonial America

          When: Wednesday, January 13th

       2:30-3:45     FREE

     Where: HHS Library

     

     

     

(978) 374-3400
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