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Agriscience – Plant Systems

  • Possess the technical knowledge and skills associated with the production, processing, marketing, distribution, financing, and development of agricultural commodities and resources including food, fiber, wood products, natural resources, horticulture, and other plant and animal products/resources
  • Embark on a career path beginning with Applied Biological Systems (in most cases this course counts as a Biology credit for graduation and college entrance), then move forward to Agriscience Business, and Plant Systems to gain the lab science standards for Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources careers (in most cases this course counts as a lab science credit for graduation and college entrance)
  • Develop leadership, advanced employability, critical thinking, applied academic, and life management skills through participation in FFA, and have the opportunity to participate in internships and cooperative education experiences

Locations offering Agriscience – Plant Systems:

  • Baboquivari High School
  • Cienega High School
  • Desert View High School
  • Rio Rico High School
  • Santa Rita High School
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