H410 | Constitutional Law Honors

Course Description

Students in this course will work with the relevance of the U.S. Constitution through the examination of Supreme Court cases involving the rights of young people at school and in the juvenile justice system. Co-taught by a CRLS History teacher and 2nd year Suffolk University Law School, students in this course will analyze historical issues from multiple perspectives, enhance their written and oral communication skills and further develop their individual political and social beliefs. Students in this course are required to deliver at least four oral arguments as part of their assessment. Additionally students enrolled in the course will prepare for and participate in the Marshall Brennan Moot Court local and regional competitions.
State ID#: 04152
Department: History and Social Science
Grade Level:11, 12
Credits: 10.0
Alternate Credits:
Class Type: CORE Academic
Pre/Co-Requisites: Critical Issues in US History or AP US History.

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Dates & Announcements
Class of 2025 Gr. 11 Course Selection is Monday, February 26, 2024 through Sunday March 3rd