Within our state of the art facility, this program prepares students for careers in the diverse Agriscience and Natural Resources career pathway. Employability skills are taught through hands-on participation in landscape design and floral design, interior plantscaping, hydroponics aquaculture, veterinary science, and natural resource issues such as Great Lakes ecology.
There is also opportunity to expand students' leadership skills through participation in the FFA Student Leadership Organization. Students may be able to compete and/or attend the annual state competition at Michigan State University utilizing knowledge gained from our program.
Classroom study is focused on plant and soil science, sales and marketing, design principles, watershed and environmental stewardship, and land use issues. Please join us in our new state-of-the-art facility.
Students in the program study Great Lakes Aquatic Biology during our bi-annual trip on the Inland Seas Education Association Schoolship.
Agriscience/Natural Resources Staff: