Agriculture (Ashland High School)

Program Information

If you have a passion for agriculture, the satellite Agriculture program at Ashland High School may be for you. Production agriculture is the focus for students interested in using scientific methods to positively impact society and the environment. Utilizing the on-site greenhouses, students will study agronomy (plant genetics) and plant breeding along with the way in which pesticides and fertilizers affect the ecosystem. Study will also encompass learning how to identify environmental issues and government regulations for crop production and farming. Students will explore agriculture-related fields such as horticulture, resource management and life sciences.

Available for Ashland High School students only.
Interested in learning more, contact your AHS school counselor.

Tod Fox

 Skills You'll Learn In This Program

  • Soil Science
  • Plant Growth
  • Effects of Natural & Chemical Pest Control
  • Floral Design
  • Landscaping
  • Nursery Management
  • Food Science
  • Types and Results of Fertilizers
  • Agricultural Leadership

 Career Opportunities

This is the program for you if you want to be a/an:

  • Farm Consultant
  • Agricultural Grader
  • Floral Designer
  • Farm Manager
  • Landscaper
  • Crop Production Specialist
  • Nursery Owner

With further training you can become a/an:

  • Government Inspector
  • Agricultural Sales & Marketing Specialist
  • Wildlife & Fisheries Specialist
  • Soil Scientist
  • Farm Service Agent
  • Landscape Architect 

Ready to get ahead? 

Taking control of your future is easier than you think. By completing your high school education through this career-focused program, you put yourself ahead of your peers with field experience a normal classroom could never replicate. Apply for this program and pursue your passion today!

Fair Booth Success!
One of the first assignments for the 2018-2019 AG program was to design a booth for the Ashland County Fair.  Students in the program put together a well organized and attractive booth.  Great job, guys and gals!  


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