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Chicago’s Only High School For Agricultural Sciences Put Students on the Farm Right in the City

In 1985, the Chicago High School For Agricultural Sciences first opened its doors to students from all over the city. It was the first high school of its kind from the result of community members being concerned about the future of agricultural education. Today, the high school is still the only agricultural high school in Chicago. Morning Shift sits down with Samantha Kujawa, alum and Animal Science Career Pathway Instructor to discuss the high school’s unique history and curriculum. Plus: Morning Shift talks to current student Joshua Rogers about why he was interested in attending.






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