- Listing Type: Summer Programs
- Destination: United States
- Program Delivery: Online
- Session Start: July
- Session Length: One Week
- Entering Grade: 10th, 11th, 12th
- Gender: Coed
- Category: Academic
- Sub-Categories: History, Humanities
- Selective: No
- Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17, 18
- Minimum Cost: <$500
National History Academy Online is a summer experience for high school students interested in the history, law and government of the United States. Each week, you will immerse yourself in a case developed by Harvard Business School Professor David Moss’s Case Method Institute and spend 2 days virtually visiting seminal historic sites.
National History Academy Online is a unique college prep summer experience for rising 10th, 11th and 12th-grade high school students and recent high school graduates with an interest in the history, law and government of the United States of America.
National History Academy offers an inspiring and engaging learning environment. Each week, you will immerse yourself in a case developed by Harvard Business School Professor David Moss’s Case Method Institute. You will also spend one or two days virtually visiting our country’s seminal historic sites and delving deeply into major themes related to the case and the challenging issues we’re facing as a country today.
You will engage in rich discussions about significant periods in American history and tie them to the struggles we’re facing now. The Academy utilizes a hybrid of formal and informal learning methods through case discussions, virtual site visits, and lectures by noted leaders and scholars.
Typically, all synchronous class sessions are from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm EST and 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm EST. A guest speaker series is scheduled around 7:00 pm EST.
Tuition for each one-week session is $95. To ensure the program is accessible for all, we offer a generous scholarship program. Applying for a scholarship is easy: just check the “Scholarship” box on the Application.
This summer, NHA Online is offering two cases each week. Students are free to pick and choose which cases they would like to register for from either track, but we also offer a track for students who are new to our program (all Session A courses), and a track for students who have attended our programs previously (all Session B courses). These are mere suggestions; students should feel free to select topics that interest them as there are no prerequisites for any of the courses. Tuition is $95 per week and scholarships are available.
July 5-9 – “James Madison, the ‘Federal Negative,’ and the Making of the U.S. Constitution”
July 12-16 – “A Nation Divided: The United States and the Challenge of Secession”
July 19-23 – “Martin Luther King and the Struggle for Black Voting Rights”
July 26-30 -“Democracy and Women’s Rights in America: The Fight Over the ERA”
July 5-9 – “Democracy, Sovereignty and the Struggle over Cherokee Removal”
July 12-16 – “Reconstruction: The Crisis of 1877”
July 19-23 – “Battle Over a Bank: Defining the Limits of Federal Power Under a New Constitution”
July 26-30 – “Upton Sinclair’s “The Jungle” and the Debate over Federal Meat Inspection”