At Kenston there are many Social studies courses.
World History: Where students examine major turning points that have shaped the modern world, from the late eighteenth century through the age of imperialism. Students develop an understanding of current world issues and relate them to their historical, geographic, political, economic, and cultural contexts.
Economic History: You learn about Economic historians’ ability to frame questions about complex economic, social and political issues and investigate patterns and outcomes of events in the past means they are often well placed to answer similar questions about current global economic developments and crises.
American Government is a class designed to acquaint students with the origins, concepts, organizations, and policies of the United States government and political system.
AP Macroeconomics: You will learn about changes in aggregate spending and production, economic fluctuations, and policy actions affect national income, unemployment, and inflation. Some main topics would be Aggregate demand, Equilibrium, and changes in the Aggregate Demand-Aggregate Supply Model.
AP Psychology: Where students learn about the basis of psychological theory as the study of human and animal behavior and mental processes and learn how psychologists design and conduct research.
AP Government and Politics: Provides a college-level, nonpartisan introduction to key political concepts, ideas, institutions, policies, interactions, roles, and behaviors that characterize the constitutional system and political culture of the United States.
AP Comparative Government: you’ll learn about the skills and concepts that political scientists use in their work and apply them as you analyze data related to the six course countries.