Advanced Placement European History

Welcome to AP Euro Online: It's time!  The school year begins -- woo hoo!  This site is designed to optimize your learning experience and provide support for your history and social studies classes. Email me and let me know what you think of it -- I want this to be a fantastic resource for you.
Student Resources
A list of all content and class resources available to you online.

The current calendar can be down- loaded at the bottom of this page. 

AP Euro Blog
Students: check out the blog for this class for updates and extra help!

Class Syllabus
Download and read what YOU'LL be doing all year long!

Students' POV
Read what students have to say about the AP Euro class and test!

AP European History:
Summer Assignments
The summer reading for 2015 is "ALL NEW AND ALL DIFFERENT" from previous years.  Have you done your reading yet?  Your essay?   Do you feel overwhelmed yet?!? Stay on top of the ball and always GET AHEAD.  The summer reading and summer assignments are a click away! Click here to download any documents.

"Birthplace of the Renaissance" 
The Italian city of Firenze (Florence) is noted has being the "birthplace" of the Renaissance. Ever wonder why? Part of that has to do with the sheer volume of art that came out of this amazing city.  Click on this link to visit the official website for the Uffizi Museum Galleries, where you can take a virtual tour of the museum and see the best in Renaissance-era artwork. Start your tour by clicking here! 

Renaissance Quiz Online

It'll help a little. . .and the more you quiz yourself, the better off you will be.
Check out this Sparknotes quiz on the Renaissance!  Need a different game?  Do
wnload one at the resources page.

To many, when the Roman Empire fell (or, at least, the Western half of it) in AD 476, European life was coming to an end.  Non-Latin speaking barbarians fought rivals for pitiful kingdoms as Europe sunk into an era of illiteracy, pestilence, and constant violence.  But were these really Europe's Dark Ages?  Follow this link to learn more about Europe's medieval period (or Middle Ages) and discover for yourself!  Check out medieval Cathedrals!  Learn the symptoms for the plague!  Watch a short video about the Middle Ages!  And then. . .blog about YOUR opinion!

Handy Student Resources
Class Guide   Class Syllabus   Essay Rubric   DBQ Rubric •