• 1st: Ag Science 

    2nd: Natural Resources

    3rd: Floral Design

    4th: Ag Mechanics

    LUNCH

    5th: MS Intro to Ag

    6th: Prep

    7th: Ag Mechanics 


  • Ag Science

    Dive deep into the world of agriculture in this first or second year science course. This course introduces students to the range of agricultural opportunities and the pathways of study they may pursue. Science, mathematics, reading, and writing components are woven in the context of agriculture. We will cover the topics of soil health, plant science, botany, animal science, livestock and crop production, and so much more. 

    Natural Resources

    This course is a 2nd or 3rd year science class providing students with various experiences in natural resources. Students will explore hands-on projects and activities while studying the natural world, including biomes, land, air, water, energy, use, and care, as well as a focus on issues surrounding interactions with the Earth will be addressed in this course. We will participate in various projects partnering with local agencies in our community. 

    Floral Design

    Students prepare for a career; students need to attain academic skills and knowledge as well as an awareness of artistic design used to create arrangements in the floral industry. Students will be exposed to career opportunities, entry requirements, and industry expectations through inquiry-based learning. To prepare for success, students need opportunities to learn, reinforce, apply and transfer their artistic knowledge, skills and technologies in a variety of settings. This course is designed to develop students' ability to identify and demonstrate the principles and techniques related to floral design as well as develop an understanding of the management of floral businesses.

    Ag Mechanics

    This course is available to students in grades 9-12. In this class we will help students understand problem solving by using agricultural-based scenarios and practical hands-on projects. Students will have a wide variety of projects to choose from in areas such as Oxy-Acetylene welding, Sheilded Metal Arc Welding, Gas Tungsten/Metal Arc Welding, plumbing, residential electrical, metal art, small engines, and more. 

    Introduction to Agriculture (8th only)

    As 8th graders, we will explore the basics of agriculture. This 1 semester course is catered to the interests of the students in the class. Students interested are able to take fall or spring or both semesters. Possible topics could include livestock production, meat science, plant science, beginning ag mechanics, public speaking, agricultural issues, parliamentary procedure, floriculture, forestry, and SO MUCH MORE.