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While in high school, you should take at least one year each of
algebra, geometry, and trigonometry. Take several years of English
to develop your writing, research, and speaking skills as these are
skills you will need when compiling reports and working with
others. Science classes, of course, are important to take,
including earth science, biology, and chemistry. If your high
school offers agriculture classes, be sure to take any relating to
land use, crop production, and soils.
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