Hingham’s social studies curriculum is aligned with the Massachusetts History and Social Science Curriculum Framework (2003), as well as the Massachusetts Curriculum Framework for Literacy in History/Social Studies (2011). The primary goal is to prepare students to be active and contributing citizens in the local, regional, national, and international communities. Basic to this goal is the acquisition and processing of knowledge through the development of critical thinking and citizen- ship skills. The curriculum emphasizes, through the use of various teaching strategies, the application of factual knowledge to major themes that are essential for all students. Among these themes are those designed to foster an appreciation and respect for human dignity and diversity. Finally, we hope to foster in students the enthusiasm to become lifetime readers and learners in the social sciences in order to enrich their lives.
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Internship at Hingham Historical Society:
Please click here to apply for the internship via Google Form. Please note that you must be signed into your HPS Google account to access the form. This opportunity is open to rising juniors and seniors.
Summer Assignments 2016
- AP European History Summer Assignment 2016
- AP US History Summer Reading Assignment 2016
- AP World History Summer Assignment 2016
“Superintendent Spotlight” Episodes Featuring the Social Studies Department