The Humanities Curriculum at NUS High School aims to nurture our students into world-ready learners with humanitarian values. Students will have an appreciation and sustained interest in the world around them. They will also be adept at thinking critically and inventively, inspiring multiple and varied possibilities for the betterment of our community and society.
The Department offers a choice of three subject disciplines – History, Geography and Economics. Students will gain an introduction to the three independent disciplines by means of an Integrated Humanities course of study. They shall then have the option of pursuing either History or Geography in Years 2 – 3; and History, Geography or Economics in Years 4 - 6.
Why does the world need Humanities?
Our students find the answer through their curriculum. Find out more about the exciting journey our students go through in the Programme of Studies.
|Engagement in Social Issues: Visit to LTA Gallery||Critical and Creative Thinking: Mock UN sessions for Year 2s||Inquiry through Experiential Learning: Soil Testing|
The Joy of Learning doesn’t stop in the classrooms.
Find out about the informal curriculum that complements the main curriculum
|Learning from the best: Rocky Slope Profiling, Wales UK||Humanities Interest Group: Youth Development Convention||Extension to Humanities Curriculum: Humanities & Social Sciences Research Project|
The building of a vibrant community of talents with scientific prowess.
Find out more about our achievements.
|NUS Geography Challenge||National Financial Literacy Competition||Time Capsule Challenge (Current Affairs)|