Agricultural Education is a systematic program of instruction available to students desiring to learn about the science, business and technology of plant and animal production and/or about the environmental and natural resources systems.

Horticulture II focuses on the landscape industry. This class goes over plant selection, hardscape installation, plant transplanting, landscape design and the current business principles and practices.

Equine Science II is based on what is taught in Equine Science I. This class goes more in depth on the anatomy and physiology, nutrition requirements, herd selection, the proper facilities and waste management, in depth herd managements, health care, reproduction, genetics, and equine safe handling techniques.

This class is an introduction class that covers FFA, leadership, public speaking, plant science, animal science, environmental and natural resources, ag mechanics, soil science, and how to apply other sciences to every day applications.

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