To provide opportunities which enable students to be prepared for college and/or an agricultural career after high school by developing an appreciation and understanding of agricultural issues through investigation, collaboration, and real-world applications - both in and out of the classroom.
EAT students will be challenged with rigorous coursework aligned with their field of interest, which will prepare them for college or a career. Students will gain experiences through internships, community service, and partnerships with industry professionals. The skills gained, both in and out of the classroom, will prepare EAT students to be responsible and ethical citizens, who are knowledgeable of agricultural issues locally and globally.
The E.A.T. Pathway is proud to announce that through a partnership with Porterville College and the Kern Community College District we are now offering dual enrollment for Pathway students. Students will have the opportunity to take college credit classes in their high school agriculture classes. Each year we will be adding more college classes, this year we are offering the college classes:
Computer Applications in Agriculture (3 transferable college units)
Agriculture Leadership (3 transferable college units)
Traditional high school agriculture classes include:
Principles of Agricultural Technologies
Intro to Veterinary Science
Animal Anatomy and Physiology
Agriculture Fabrication and Design
Hydrology and Irrigation