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Environmental, Agricultural and Natural Resources


GRADES SERVED: 10th, 11th and 12th


Suitland High School
Fairmont Heights High School
Gwynn Park High School
High Point High School


Career and Technical Education

WEBSITE: Environmental, Agricultural, and Natural Resources


TRANSPORTATION:In-Boundary Students Only


The Environmental, Agricultural and Natural Resources (EANR) program takes an interdisciplinary approach to agriculture education. The EANR program offers two pathways: Animal Science and Natural Resources. The Animal Science pathway covers the science of agriculture, plants, animals, biotechnology, and agricultural mechanics. The Natural Resources pathway covers environmental, agricultural, and natural resource issues and management.

Program Features

The EANR program promotes a strong agricultural and STEM education foundation, which immerses students in biology, chemistry, physics, and mathematics. Students in either pathway will be equipped to pursue areas of study in college and the expanding career fields related to environmental, agriculture, and natural resources. Students may also earn college credit.

Choose this program if your child...

Is interested in:

  • Animals (domestic and livestock)
  • Biological Ecology
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Environmental Protection


Who can apply

  • Rising 10th grade students with a 2.00 GPA or higher
  • Complete and pass 9th grade biology with a “C” or better
  • Live within the school boundary

When to apply

During the Specialty Program Application Window

Apply to the CTE Program