About The Instructor

Mark Hagy, B.S., M.A.

Mr. Hagy holds a B.A. in history from Emory & Henry College and a M.A., also in history, from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. His research interests include early 19th century American social and religious history as well as local history. Mr. Hagy is a member of the Historical Society of Washington County, Virginia and currently serves on its Board of Directors. While working in his current instructor position with the Holton Governor’s School and the de facto head of the school’s history department, Mr. Hagy also holds adjunct faculty positions at King University and Emory & Henry College. He has also held an adjunct faculty position with Virginia Highlands Community College, where he received their Outstanding Faculty Award in Teaching for the 2011- 2012 academic year.

Mr. MARK HAGY


Mr. Mark Hagy

HISTORY

Phone: 276-619-4355
Email: mhagy@hgs.k12.va.us

INSTRUCTOR'S COURSE OFFERINGS

Appalachian History

This course addresses the history of the Appalachian region - from Pre-Columbian period through the early 21st century - with a focus on southern Appalachia. Emphasis will be placed on such skills as historical research, use of primary documents, oral history, archival work, and preservation.

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DUAL ENROLLMENT CREDIT
Three Hours

PRE-REQUISITES
United States History (can be taken concurrently)

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
about this class can be obtained by exploring the links in the topic list below.


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History of Western Civilization

History of Western Civilization examines the development of western civilization from ancient times to the present.

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DUAL ENROLLMENT CREDIT
Six Hours

PRE-REQUISITES
United States History, World History

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
about this class can be obtained by exploring the links in the topic list below.


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History of World Civilization

History of World Civilization surveys Asian, Africian, Latin American, and European civilizations from the ancient period to the present.

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DUAL ENROLLMENT CREDIT
Six Hours

PRE-REQUISITES
United States History, World History

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
about this class can be obtained by exploring the links in the topic list below.


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Meet Mr. Hagy

In this video, meet Mr. Hagy, head of the Governor's School's History Department, as he talks about the school's history courses: Appalachian History, History of Western Civilization, and History of World Civilization.

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