Hume-Fogg Academic High School (Nashville, TN). The Social Studies department of Hume-Fogg Academic (HFA) High School promotes literacy, communication, problem-solving, and the development of engaged citizens. All juniors must take Honors or AP United States History and all seniors take AP U.S. Government and AP Microeconomics. Additionally, students may select from electives (e.g., AP Comparative Government, Contemporary Issues, and African American History). In AP Government, all eligible seniors complete the registration process and register to vote. As a result, the school has the top percentage of registered voters of all high schools in Davidson County. In addition, students volunteer in political campaigns for candidates and ballot issues. Despite the perception that most American high school students have only recently shed civic apathy for activism, HFA students have long enjoyed the reputation of being both informed and engaged.