Red Comet, an accredited, self-paced, online high school launches a credit course on Sociology I.
Prosser, WA (PRWEB) August 22, 2013
Red Comet’s “Sociology I: The Study of Human Relationships” is a new elective that launched this summer to supplement the existing high school curriculum. The world is becoming more complex. How do your beliefs, values and behavior affect the people around you and the world we live in? Sociology is the study of human societies – their origins, their development and their interactions with each other.
This course examines all spheres of human activity in relation to the interplay with social organization and structure. In this increasingly connected world, students examine problems in our society and learn how human relationships can influence the life of the student. Exciting online video journeys to different areas of the sociological world are presented in the course.
Red Comet offers a complete online program that is both rigorous and engaging. Red Comet is approved by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) in Washington State as a “Multi-District Online Course Provider” and as a “Multi-District Online School Program Provider”. Red Comet’s online program excels not only in the breadth of its offering but also has received the best ratings for student satisfaction in Washington State. Red Comet’s online learning is engaging and presents even the most challenging topics in a way that students can understand. Students taking Red Comet’s online high school classes are challenged using a variety of learning techniques which makes learning interesting while keeping them motivated to complete their courses within the allotted schedule.
Online classes offered by Red Comet are utilized nationwide. Core subjects included in the curriculum are Social Studies, Science, Mathematics and Language Arts. Students utilizing the online learning program from Red Comet can meet a range of needs, including credit recovery for students who may have fallen behind, high school classesfor public school students unable to attend classes in a physical classroom, and even home school high school students requiring additional help.