Agriculture is Pennsylvania’s #1 employer with about 1 in every 5 jobs being agriculturally-related. There are 300 different agricultural career opportunities, which include veterinarian, forester, landscaper, ag. mechanic, floral designer, ag. teachers, salesperson, and ag. engineer, just to name a few.
Agriculture is the study of the food, fiber, and natural resources industries, and the Ag Science Department has a variety of classes to meet everyone’s interests from plants and animals to mechanics and the environment. Students will learn skills for entry-level positions and to further their education after high school.