Students choosing a career in Agritechnology will learn all elements of the agriculture industry; planning, management, finance, technical and production skills, underlying principles of technology, labor issues, community issues and health, safety and environmental issues; as they relate to the production of food.
NOTE: This program has been daggered for deletion. After 2013-2014, no new students may
be enrolled in this program.
Students choosing a career in Animal Biotechnology investigate and utilize basic scientific skills and principles in animal science to give animals new traits that benefit agricultural production, the environment, and human nutrition and health.
Students choosing a career in Environmental and Natural Resource Ecology design, develop, and evaluate structures, equipment, and systems that protect the environment from the effects of human activity and that improve public health and well-being. This strand prepares students for employment or advanced training in the horticulture and landscape industries.
Students choosing a career in Sports and Recreational Turf Operations are responsible for the production, maintenance, quality, and performance of turfgrass for areas such as golf courses, home lawns, athletic fields, commercial lawns, parks, recreation areas, sod farms, and other areas where turfgrass is utilized. Turfgrass management involves the science and business of utilizing turfgrass in primarily recreational settings.
Students choosing a career in Landscape and Design Architecture plan and design land areas for such projects as parks, other recreational facilities, airports, highways, hospitals, schools, land subdivisions, and commercial, industrial, and residential sites.
NOTE: This program has been daggered for deletion. After 2013-2014, no new students may be enrolled in this program.
Students choosing a career in Plant Biotechnology investigate and utilize basic scientific skills and principles in plant science to give plants new traits that benefit agricultural production, the environment, and human nutrition and health.
Veterinary Assisting Technology
Students choosing a career in Veterinary Assisting Technology have formal training and appropriate experience to perform various medical tests along with treating and diagnosing medical conditions and diseases in animals; prepare samples for laboratory examinations; and record information on an animal’s genealogy, diet, weight, medications, food intake, and clinical signs of pain and distress.
CTE Students with Special Needs
Career Education for Students with Disabilities (Repeatable for multiple credit)