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Mr. McCulloch has been teaching at Wallowa High school for 8 years.  He holds three bachelor’s degrees from the University of Idaho, including one in Secondary Education. He teaches Ag. Science and Technology and is the Wallowa FFA Advisor.

The courses taught in our Ag. Program at Wallowa High School provide students with a broad synopsis of Agriculture.  From traditional Introduction to Agriculture, to innovative courses in Animal and Plant Science, to advanced Ag. Mechanics where students are able to work in one of the highest quality and complete small school shops in the state, our program models itself as being a complex and well-rounded program in regard to Agricultural Education.  We also offer an elective course in Natural Resources, focusing on many aspects of the timber, rangeland and wildlife of our county and state, as well as the industry around them.  Courses in Ag. Marketing, Agribusiness, and Livestock Production are also offered in rotation.  Students receive free community college credit for every high school Ag. class offered in Wallowa, with over 30 credits available total!

            Mr. McCulloch has lived in Wallowa his entire life, and enjoys it a great deal.  This is an excellent community, filled with great people.  He enjoys the loyalty and work-ethic of our community. He also owns a ranch outside of Wallowa where he lives with my wife and young son. He is the assistant varsity football coach at WHS as well.

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