Agriscience Magnet Program (AMP)
Through the AMP coursework and the FFA, students discover their talents and interests for lifelong success. Working with agriculture’s leading industries, universities, and leadership experts, the AMP identifies the business and character skills necessary for employee and entrepreneurial success and develops those skills in students. The opportunities for AMP students goes beyond traditional careers associated with agriculture. Students become food scientists, veterinarians, mechanical engineers, animal nutritionists, wildlife biologists, landscape designers, florists, public relations representatives, and agricultural lenders to name a few.
The AMP offers up to 21 hours of college credit to eligible students that are enrolled in Advanced Animal Science, Agribusiness Management and Marketing, Floral Design, Horticultural Sciences, and Wildlife, Fisheries and Ecology Management. This opportunity is made possible through a dual credit agreement with Palo Alto College that can award a student college credit hours while completing the AMP coursework.
For more information on the enrollment process and to submit an application, please visit the following webpage: JamesMadisonFFA.com. (By clicking this link, you will be exiting the NEISD domain.)
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