The government class at FRLHS examines the origins, principles, historical development, and the structure of America's representative democracy, with a focus on the Constitution, civil liberties, and political participation.
The Economic course at FRLHS focuses on concepts of macroeconomics and microeconomics. It explores how choices made by individuals, businesses, and governments affect the economy. Begining with students' personal finances, it provides a basis for making wise economic decisions using a variety of decision-making models, including cost-benefit analysis and opportunity costs. Students will build their financial literacy and prepare to become economically independent citizens.
The Health course at FRLHS offers a comprehensive curriculum that covers major concepts in health, safety, and first aid. Health class connects with everyday real-life issues and situations such as, drug abuse, sexually active teens, pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases, contagious and non-contagious diseases, alcohol and tobacco use, drunk driving, accidents, injuries, violence, physical abuse, date rape, and other pertinent health and safety issues.