• Agriscience:

    Explore career areas related to agriculture, food, and natural resources. Study topics in animals, plants, food science, and the environment /natural resources. Students may participate in the Newaygo County Career-Tech Center FFA Chapter.


    Instructor: Renee Wangler

    Paraprofessional: Jennifer Price


    Free College Credit for 
    Agriscience Program Offerings:

    College / University

    Course Name

    Credit Type


    Davenport University

    Coming Fall 2015



    West Shore Community College





    Articulated Credit - NC RESA has Articulation Agreements with several colleges for articulation of credit from NCCTC programs to the institutional programs. A student successfully completing a competency exam for each course is awarded credit if the student enrolls in courses at that college as either a full or part-time student within a given period of time after graduation (usually one year). These credits are not transferable to other post-secondary institutions.

    Transcripted, Direct, or Concurrent Credit - Transcripted, Direct, or Concurrent Credit courses are available to NCCTC students that meet the post-secondary admission qualifications for an institution as well as achieving at least an 80% in their NCCTC program. Students must also receive an acceptable score on a final college competency exam for each course that they are seeking credit. Students receive a letter grade on their transcript which allows the course to be transferable to other institutions. These courses are taught by NCCTC staff approved by the college.

    Special Features:

    Academic Credit - Students successfully completing a program at the Newaygo County Career-Tech Center may earn credit for one of the following Michigan Merit Curriculum graduation requirements including: 4th Year Math, Visual, Performing and Applied Arts, On-Line credit, and 3rd Year Science. Please contact your local counselor for more information.

    Work-Based Learning Opportunities- Available to qualified students for the purpose of bridging the gap between Career and Education by providing opportunities to foster professional relationships with local employers. All second year students are encouraged to participate in a work-based learning opportunity.

    Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) - All students become members of the NCCTC Chapter of the FFA. Focusing on leadership, public speaking, professionalism, and community service.