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Junior Secondary - 7, 8, 9, 10
Students can elect to study Agriculture for six months in Year’s 7 & 8 and a full year in Year 9. Students will be studying animal and plant related topics and take part in practical activities on our working farm. This course contains both theory and practical components.
This course is skills based and is designed for students to become familiar in the processes of breeding and raising
small animals. Students will also plan, design and run an animal nursery day for local feeder schools.
In Senior Secondary, Agricultural Science can be continued to be studied, along with certificate courses.
Senior Secondary - 11 & 12
Agricultural Science explores the way people manage natural resources such as plants and animals, climate, soils and water to meet their basic needs. It is a broad based area of study with opportunities for field, computer-based and traditional modes of learning.  Students develop an extensive knowledge of the agricultural sector, skills in research techniques, problem solving and communication.
Agricultural Science is a recommended subject in most of the diploma and degree courses offered by the Faculty of Natural Resources, Agriculture and Veterinary Science at the University of Queensland (St Lucia and Gatton College).  Being a broadly based subject it is of value in any further studies in the life sciences.