Below is a list of agriculture classes offered at Liberty High School along with small details to allow you to chose the best class for your needs and interests!
Sustainable Agriculture Biology (Tomasello)
This class is a freshman class that gives students their science credit for A-G requirements to be college and career ready! This class will focus on science related to agriculture and is a fundamental course.
Ag & Soil Chemistry (Lopez)
This class is a sophomore class that gives students their science credit for A-G courses and to prepare them to be college & career ready! This class will focus on basic chemistry fundamentals and how they relate to agriculture and soil.
Intro to Ag Mechanics (Lopez)
This class is a 10-12th grade course only and is an elective course.This class will cover basic mechanic skills relating to the agriculture industry. For example rope tying, wood working, measurements, and some welding.
Agriculture Leadership & Communications (Johnston)
This class is a 10-12th grade only class. These students must be invested in the success of our FFA program. These students will learn leadership skills as well as event planning.
Plant Science (Johnston)
This course is a 10-12th grade class. This class is part of the ornamental horticulture pathway. Students will receive science credit in the A-G courses. In this class students will learn topics such as irrigation, plant classification, and growing techniques.
Art & History of Floral Design (Tomasello)
This class is a 10 - 12th grade class. This class is part of the ornamental horticulture pathway. Students in this class will receive Art credit towards their A-G courses. Students in this class will have the opportunity to make hands-on arrangements. If you're interested in buying flowers from the students please reach out and Ms. Tomasello can help you!
Animal Science (Johnston)
This course is a 10-12th grade class. This class is part of the animal science pathway. In this class students will earn science credit towards the A-G courses. Students will gain basic knowledge on animal sciences, mostly related to livestock animals.
Veterinary Science (Johnston)