Pictured are Mr. Ted Zawacki’s World History students Sophie Maxwell and Veronique Horup who are presenting their study of central tenet of Reincarnation, the religious and philosophical concept of the Indian religions.
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Mr. Zawacki’s Advanced Placement United States History Class debates whether the United States was justified in the use of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima. Arguing for the Affirmative were students David Botti and J.T. Page and arguing for the negative were students Jiri Honajzer and Bria’ Sanders.
Representing the Affirmative side were J.T. Page and Bria’ Sanders while arguing the Negative position were Jiri Honajzer and David Botti. Strong arguments revolved around the Lusitania, Sussex Pledge, Submarine warfare, British Blockade, Munitions, the influence of Bankers, Effective Propaganda, President Woodrow Wilson’s moral stance and sympathizers on both sides.
Affirmative Action is intended to promote the opportunities of defined minority groups within a society to give them access equal to that of the privileged majority population. Representing the Affirmative arguments were Jake Kessel and Dakota Sabados, while the Negative arguments were voiced by Carolina Lewis and Sydney Nix.
Mr. Zawacki’s Advanced Placement United States History students are shown here sudying the effects of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s attempts to apply the concepts of Relief, Recovery and Reform to the Great Depression. The students, JT Page, David Botti, Bria’ Sanders and Jiri Honajzer, are in a comprehensive study of the 1930’s and a detailed […]
Pictured here are 2nd Place Winner James Hammond and 1st place Champion Will Miles. They emerged as the victorious MarketBulls from the Stock Market Game played and just recently completed during the second quarter of their Economics class. In their own words, James and Will had this to say about the experience they and their classmates had while learning […]
The 3rd Block classes of Mr. Jonathan Johns and Mr. Ted Zawacki hosted a teaching seminar by Mr. Lou Benfante of the Heritage Library who spoke on the History of Hilton Head Island. A power point presentation detailed a thorough background of Hilton Head Island from the 1500’s to Present Day. Students became familiar with […]
Mr. Ted Zawacki’s Economics class has begun their Stock Market Game. Each student begins with $10,000 for an Investment Portfolio. Their interest lie in the areas of how each company makes its money, the things that affect the performance of the stock and the examination of the company’s income statement, balance sheet and cash […]
Mr. Ted Zawacki’s Government/Economics class held their second debate of the semester on the argument: “Partial Birth Abortion Should be Illegal”. The debaters prepared detailed arguments and rebuttals that were well thought out and articulated. A comprehensive understanding of Roe vs. Wade resulted and was the cornerstone of the debate.
Mr. Zawacki’s Government/Economics class had their first debate of the year. The topic concerned Gun Control. Students James Hammond and Will Miles took the Affirmative position: “Gun Control legislation as it currently stands should not be altered or changed.” Arguing for the Negative position were students Lee Hammerschmidt and Peter Kelesis.
Our students are truly wonderful! February's "Student of the Month" assemblies showcased the best of these five academic standouts who consistently demonstrate ACCOUNTABILITY in the classroom as well as at golf, theater arts, and tennis! Many well-deserved congratulations to Shay Gupta, Cameron Wynne, Leo Hernandez, Vivek Ganapa, and Adelaide Lavery!!!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Posted February 21, 2018 ·
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Posted February 19, 2018 ·
Feb. 14 is a special, named day which inspires us to express how much Heritage Academy teachers and students appreciate our global family and love the many stellar accomplishments in academics and passion areas of our talented student body. ... See MoreSee Less
Posted February 13, 2018 ·