Ms. Crystal Hardison

Phone: 919-553-4064 Ext. 1596


Degrees and Certifications:

BA in Social Studies Certifications in ELA, Instructional Technology, and AIG

Ms. Crystal Hardison

Welcome to what I'm sure will be an interesting year in Civics and Economics. This is my 24th year teaching and I'm excited to get back to seeing young faces-even if it's virtually! At this point in history, I believe this class is one of the most important to take! We will send time reflecting on the historical significance of the last 6 months and looking toward and future of our government. I can't wait to get started!



  • Fall 2020

    1st- Civics and Economics

    2nd- Honors Civics and Economics

    3rd- Civics and Economics

    4th- Planning


    Spring 2020

    1st- AP Government and Politics

    2nd-Honors Civics and Economics 

    3rd- AP Government and Politics

    4th- Planning 



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