Equine Sciences

Associated Teachers/Faculty

Ms. Linda Corson, Ms. Clarice Menesale, and Ms. Vanessa Wilde

Career Program Description

The Equine Science program allows each student to build a successful career path by providing hands-on experiences. Throughout the courses in this program students will explore many aspects of Equine Science including: Basic Equine Care, Training Techniques, Riding/Driving, Emergency Care, Barn Management Practices, Riding Instruction, Equine Health Care, Breeding and Genetics, Anatomy and Physiology, Nutrition and General Wellness, Laws and Regulations, and Practical Horsemanship.

Career Paths

  • Horse Trainer
  • Nutritionist
  • Equine Vet
  • Equine Vet Tech
  • Riding Instructor
  • Agriculture Teacher
  • Equine Massage Therapist
  • Therapeutic Riding Instructor
  • Animal Breeder
  • Equine Care Specialist
  • Barn Manager
  • Farrier
  • Equine Program Director


  • OSHA 10 Hour General Industry

Industry Partnerships 

  • The National FFA Organization

Meeting Documentation