Humanities

English Language Arts

The English Language Arts academic courses include: English 9, English 10, English 11 and English 12. Content includes an emphasis upon reading, writing, speaking and listening in accordance with State Standards and related to Dine’ Standards. The READ180 Program is used to provide support for all readers which is aligned to individual lexile reading scores. Additionally, trade books and other resources are used throughout each course, as well as ample opportunity to participate in projects and other activities related to the content of each course. English 12 students have the opportunity to take the Accuplacer test provided through Navajo Technical College. Once a student successfully passes the test, they are then eligible to take English 110-NTU as a dual enrollment course for college credit.

  • English 9 Faculty- Ms. G. Begay

  • English 10 Faculty – Ms. W. Armstrong

  • English 11 Faculty – Mr. C. Alexander

  • English 12 Faculty – Dr. F. Walters

Dine’ Studies

The Dine Navajo Studies/Government or Navajo Studies/Government course is a college introductory class that will meet five times a week for 90 minutes each day, and is comprised of collaborative group discussions, developmental lessons, reading homework, short multiple-choice quizzes, and essay exams.  In order to prepare students for college experience they are expected to read and write extensively; thus the class load and pace is very rigorous.  Students in this course will be challenged through inquiry and analysis of the Navajo tribe’s socioeconomic relations in the southwest.  Determination and sincere dedication are needed to be successful interpreters of history.  

  • Dine’ Studies Faculty – Mr. J. Goatcher

World History

This course is designed to instruct students in the history and geography of the world, from its earliest times to the present.  Within this course; students will be able to develop skills for understanding identification of those elements common to all mankind throughout time, as well as an analysis of the uniqueness of each culture and its contributions to the modern world.  Emphasis will be given to studying the effects of geography on culture, civilization and world history.

  • World History Faculty – Mr. J. Goatcher

American Government

This course, students will be understanding the history and how to learn from past experiences and how these changes affect our lives today.  Through analytical and critical thinking skills, students will develop necessary skills such as historical research skills, recognition of the needs of our changing world and society and how they developed, and understanding the foundation of the formation of the United States of America, along with Arizona history and government.  Students will develop the understanding of how connected the world is throughout history and how it creates an understanding of how society functions throughout the world through perspectives from American history: reciprocal relationships.   

  • American Government – Mr. E. Tano

American History

This course is designed to instruct students in the history and geography of the world, from its earliest times to the present.  Within this course; students will be able to develop skills for understanding identification of those elements common to all mankind throughout time, as well as an analysis of the uniqueness of each culture and its contributions to the modern world.  Emphasis will be given to studying the effects of geography on culture, civilization and world history.

  • American History – Mr. E. Tano

Publications

This writing intensive course is focused on the development of articles, stories and other newsworthy items as published in the Knight Times, a bi-monthly newsletter. This course provides students an opportunity to work in a team oriented environment, gain writing/journalistic skills and ability to create and design a newsletter for the community of Greyhills Academy High School. Students will also have the opportunity to take photographs as a part of developing their articles.

  • Dr. F. Walters

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November 20th, 2019
HALF DAY EARLY RELEASE SCHEDULE


November 20th, 2019
THANKSGIVING BAZAAR 6-9PM
at Greyhills Academy Dormitory


November 26th, 2019
THANKSGIVING BAZAAR 6-9PM
at Greyhills Academy Dormitory


November 27th, 2019
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November 28th-29th, 2019
NO SCHOOL Thanksgiving Break


December 3rd, 2019
VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL 5:30PM
VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL 7:00PM
at St. Michaels High School


December 5th, 2019
VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL 5:30PM
VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL 7:00PM
at Greyhills Academy High School