ELECTIVES » Horticulture


Horticulture Class Growing Produce
Student Harvests!
Students composting!


*Horticulture- Exploration Science

1 semester

7th and 8th grade

Mr.Fasheh, Room 55 & School Garden

Thank you, donors!

City of Carson, Sharefest, Endeavor, Kellogg Garden Products, Common Vision, TreePeople, DonorsChoose.org, Urban Farmer Andy Vaughn, Dr. Monteclaro of MCCMF

Horticulture is a semester elective course where students will interact closely with the 2 acre school garden! Horticulture is the study and cultivation of plants for food, landscape, beautification and pleasure. Students get their own space to grow produce and flowers, learn to care for plants, compost, use tools and organic gardening methods to support the natural garden ecosystem.  Gardening students are currently growing zucchini, sunflowers, tomatoes, onions, Celosia, Daylillies and other flowers.