The Agriculture pathway is offered at Chaparral and El Capitan High Schools, as well as the Grossmont Health Occupations Center.
Chaparral - A one-year 300 hour course in Floral Design*
El Capitan - A sequence consisting of:
California Agriculture in 9th or 10th grade, and then students choose additional classes from the following: Animal Science, Plant & Soil Science*, Floral Design*, Large Animal Vet, or Agricultural Business*
*The following information shows which courses in the Agriculture & Natural Resources Pathway meet the UC "a-g" entrance requirements, meet GUHSD graduation requirements, or may earn college credit.
- Agricultural Business - UC "g" credit, GUHSD Economics credit
- Floral Design - UC "f" credit, GUHSD fine arts credit, may earn college credit
- Plant & Soil Science - UC "g" credit