Social Studies

Social Studies @ Springbrook

The Social Studies curriculum is comprised of several different courses available to the student as well as levels of aptitude. From the standard courses required by the State of Maryland for graduation and our Honors courses, to the Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate Diploma Programs, the students at Springbrook are given a wide variety of opportunities to challenge their minds.

To the right under 'Social Studies Links', you will not only find descriptions of the different programs, courses, and curriculum offered by the Social Studies Department, but will be able to see the work of our students, the technological tools they use, as well as areas of concentration for each of our subjects.

Voices of World War II


Voices of WWII  


Springbrook hosted a “Voices of WW II” Assembly for US History classes as well as select World History students on Wednesday, February 8th. Guests representing the Japanese American experience of the Internment Camps and service in the 442nd Japanese-American Unit, the Tuskegee Airmen (the subject of the recent film “Red Tails”), and a Holocaust survivor shared their personal stories to over 400 Springbrook students. MYP students followed this with personal interviews for a “Civic Voices International Democracy Memory Bank Project”. Pictured are guests Colonel Charles McGee, Mrs. Trudi Schonberger, Mrs. Mary Murakami and Mr. Grant Ichikawa. Student Ambassadors were Catherine Smith, Andrew Robinson, Emnet Tesfaye, Anthony Simms, Kohler Sukachevin and Siddisse Negero. Missing from the picture are Mr. Rudolph Tischer, a German soldier and POW and Student Ambassador Shayne Rasco.