Good for you that you're doing so well in your classes
. The question, however, is not whether your grades are good (they are); its whether you'ere really interested in a career in sociology/business org.
Lots of people get good grades even in subjects that they have no real interests in, especially around here on CC. They are just naturally intelligent and know what they need to do in order to get good grades in their classes. Are you this way? Are you gifted enough to get As without trying? Or are those classes just easy?
OR...are these high quality grades the result of your genuine interest? Do you find yourself really involved and interested in the topics you're studying in those classes?? Ultimately, could you imagine devoting your life, or at least a significant portion of your college career, studying these further?
I understand its hard to figure out what you're passionate in sometimes, which makes choosing colleges based on majors and academic interests that much more difficult. If you have no firm career goals yet, maybe you could take one of those personality/career profile tests, similar to the ones that are in the ACT registration book. I'm pretty sure you can find one on the internet. Perhaps your guidance counselor could help you with this too.
These tests assess your interests (not necessarily your abilities or grades) in a wide range of academic/career fields. So, they could help you sort out your thoughts and might point you in the right direction.