Lexington High School
Larry teaches 11th-grade American history for all levels. He also teaches a course on Women in American History to seniors for half a year, and teaches a law class for the other half of the year.
Chartiers Valley High School
Matthew teaches ninth-, 10th-, and 11th-grade American and world cultures.
Weston High School
Cheryl is the assistant principal and History Department chair. Previously, she has taught advanced placement U.S. history and modern European history, ninth-grade world history, 12th-grade social science, contemporary issues, and other history classes as needed.
Neville High School
Tammie teaches 11th-grade advanced placement history.
Dover-Sherborn Regional High School
Ed teaches a U.S. history survey course, advanced placement U.S. history, and an elective called Facing History in Ourselves. He has been teaching for 30 years.
Dorchester High School
Ron teaches 11th- and 12th-grade U.S. history and a combined 11th- and 12th-grade African American history class.
Jeremiah E. Burke High School
Yvonne teaches 11th- and 12th-graders U.S. history as well as an elective on the African American experience. She has been teaching for two years, having spent most of her career in industry.
Framingham High School
Eugenia teaches 10th-grade world studies and 12th-grade advanced placement American history.
Snowden International School
Steven teaches 10th-grade world history and 12th-grade American foreign policy and international relations. He has been teaching for 25 years.
Cambridge Rindge & Latin High School
Carol teaches an advanced placement U.S. history course, an American identities course, and ninth- and 10th-grade world history. She has been teaching for 32 years.
Boston Latin School
Sandra teaches eighth-grade ancient history and eighth- and ninth-grade U.S. history.
Boston College High School
Andrew teaches all four grades: ninth-grade world history, 10th-grade U.S. history, 11th-grade government, and 12th-grade psychology.