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C.A.S.H. LEROY F. GREENE AWARD OF HONOR
Perris Union High School District recently dedicated their new, state of the art, Agricultural Research Center at Heritage High School. The communities in which the Perris Union High School District spans are rich with agricultural heritage. In July 2012, construction on a 6.1-million dollar state-of-the-art agricultural facility was complete. This flagship facility will serve to elevate the school’s agricultural program, standing as a model facility not only for the District but also the surrounding community for many years to come. As the third high school in the District, and the second in the District with an agricultural program, the Heritage campus (circa 2007) will be well equipped to continue their strong tradition as one of the top agricultural programs in Southern California. The career courses offered at the A.R.C. allow students to develop foundational knowledge and skills within pathways of Agriscience, Animal Science, Ornamental Horticulture, Plant and Soil Science, and Agricultural Business.