Global Scholars Program - Facts and Forms
The Global Scholars Program
What qualifies me as a global scholar?
Many of the classes you are already taking count towards a future distinction as a Global Scholar.
The choices you make during your High School career, when global in focus, keep you on track for earning this honor upon graduation, an honor that will make you stand-out among other job and college applicants. Here are some (not all!) of the courses you can sign-up for at Camp Hill:
Social Studies: Western Cultures Sociology
CP Philosophy and Religion AP Psychology
CP Economics/Human Geography (CP Gov./Econ)
Science: The Fluid Earth Geology
Environmental Science and Ecology
English: CP Visual Media Studies Journalism
Honors English 10 Senior English
CP English 12 AP English Language and Composition
Art: AP Art History
World Language: 4 years of any ONE language
Adding a second language!
Extra-curricular activities play a part in the life of a Global Scholar as well. Some examples are:
All Faiths Club
Speech & Debate
Other activities that make you stand out include Community Service (Mission Trips, Immigrant Services etc.) and the viewing of foreign films or the reading of foreign books!
If interested, see Sra. Kinney McHugh in room 223! She’ll get you started on the world-wide road to Global Scholarship!
PSMLA brochureGSP as described by the PA State Modern Language Assoc.
Classes that can count as GSPList of classes that count toward the 4 beyond World Language
Media reviewDescription of what needs to be done/included in each of the 8 media reviews
Course Selection GuidelinesIntersect of Counseling Center and GS Program