American Government I is a semester-long course designed to give the student a knowledge of the major components that make up the American governing system, a historical perspective or its development, and the role, structure, and functioning of the three branches of government. merican
American Government II is a semester-long course designed to give the student an extensive knowledge of the civil rights system, forms of state and local governments, and comparative political and economic systems of government.
Students enrolled in this course will be required to take the U.S. Constitution exam, MO Constitution exam, US Citizenship Exam, and an End of Course Exam. This course is designed to meet mandated graduation requirements.
AP Government and Politics- US is an accelerated and demanding introduction to the theory, organization, functions and government structures of the U. S. political system. Emphasis will be placed on the national level of politics and major linkages with state and local governments, with particular emphasis on Missouri.
Students enrolled in this course will be required to take the U.S. and Missouri Constitution exams. This course is designed to meet three mandated graduation requirements. Successful completion of a national examination could result in college credit or advanced placement at the college level.