AG Pathway

Agricultural Design & Fabrication Pathway

Limited Enrollment opportunities available. Applications will be considered on a first come, first served bases until pathway classes are filled.

Sample Schedule below

Three class periods are Pathway "Cohort Classes" which means that these three classes have the same students in them for all three periods! This helps build quick connections and friendships with other students who have similar academic interests and goals! The rest of your classes are not "cohorted," so you take them with other students outside of the Pathway.

You can take Advanced Placement (AP) version of any classes and still be in the Pathway. In fact, we encourage you to do so!

Sample Schedule for Pathway

So, what is so different about being in the Ag Pathway?

-Cohorted Classes

-College Preparatory Curriculum

-Advanced Project Based Learning

-Work Based Learning

-Embedded Student Support

-FFA Built into Program

-Field Trips

-College Visits

-Dedicated Pathway Counselor

-Guest Speakers

-Speaking, Presenting, and Interview Skills

-Real World/Hands-on Skills

Frequently Asked Questions

Will I be able to choose electives outside of this Pathway? Yes. Students are encouraged to take other electives outside of the Pathway

Can I get all of my requirements for college entrance done in this program? Yes. Students will meet all A-G requirements throughout high school. In fact, participating in Pathway provides you extra details and support in the college entrance process.

Is there any cost or fees associated with the Pathway? No. The entire program and project costs are provided.

What if I decide that I don't want to pursue my Pathway after high school in college or in my career? That is okay! The Pathway program is designed to let you explore all the careers within the field and decide whether you choose to pursue them or not.

If I join, am I committed to all four years? No. Although we strongly encourage students to complete the entire program, you can exit if you choose to.

What is the selection process for entry? All students can apply to be in the Pathway. Currently, we are accepting students in a first come, first served basis until all spots are full.

What are the advantages of being in the Pathway, rather than regular electives in the area? Please see above for advantages but keep in mind that Pathway courses are exclusive to Pathway students and designed specifically for them.

For more information please contact the following individuals:

Mr. Howard Clarke

Ag Pathway Lead

(559) 924-6600 ext. 2303

Mrs. Michelle King

Assistant Principal

(559) 924-6600 ext. 2216

Mrs. Christina Braaten

Pathways Counselor

(559) 924-6600 ext. 2222