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Ag courses to work as science at college level
MONROE - Three agriculture classes at Monroe High School could count as science courses at the post-secondary level starting next year. While they don't count as college credit, they could serve a dual purpose on high school transcripts when viewed by post-secondary institutions during the admissions process. MHS agriculture instructor Danielle Pernot completed the required work for existing Plant and Soil Science, Veterinary Science and Animal Science classes to qualify as "equivalency science" classes, meaning colleges and other institutions can view them as science credits.