1. Winder Barrow High
2. East Hall High
3. Northeast High
4. Mary Persons High
5. Monroe High
6. Pike Co High
7. Union Co High
8. Troup Co High (need student names)
A. Name of School: ________________
B. Address of School: ______________________
C. Teacher's Name Attending: _________________
D. Other Adults Names Attending: _______________
E. Student's Name and T-shirt size Attending: ________________
*Maximum of 10 students per adult/teacher*
Registration for plu credit is now open on the CTAE Resource Network for
teachers who have prepared and are bringing students to the Junior GGIA
The Georgia Green Industry Junior Certification Level I program consists of
a written exam and plant identification test. The written test is based
on the educational objectives of the Georgia Agriculture Education
horticulture curriculum and features 50 multiple choice questions. To pass
the written exam, a student must answer thirty-five questions correctly. The
second portion of the certification is plant identification section which
includes both our FFA cde nursery landscape and floricultureplants and
some of the disorders. Fifty plants
will be displayed for students to identify. To pass the identification, a
student must identify thirty-five plants correctly.
*Date: January 26th, 2011
Location: Gwinnett Civic Center, Duluth, GA
*9:00 - 9:25 Registration and Pick Up Name Badges
9:30 -11:30 Jr. GGIA Testing (Plant ID & Exam)
11:30-12:30 GGIA Career Speakers, Announcement Students Who Passed and top
individual scorers, Group Photo
12:30 -3:00 Lunch and Trade Show Visit
*WHO IS ELIGIBLE? *Students grades 6-12th are eligible to register and test
*Cost?* $10.00 per student whose school is a GGIA member and $20.00 per
student if their school is not a GGIA member.
*HOW TO PREPARE?-* Mr. Todd Hurt has prepared a web interactive study site
for Jr. GGIA.
Plant Id Practice Quiz
Plant Photo Gallery Lightbox Gallery
Practice Written Exam Quiz
and register as a new user.
Once you get a confirmation email (it can take up to 30 minutes depending on
traffic to receive the email please be patient) you will be asked to enter a
passphrase use "qwerty" without the quotes.
*Please Note:* There are three web courses listed on this page.
Please select the course in which you are registered for or you will be
studying the wrong plant list.
The courses are clearly marked.
Also on the agriculture education website there is a folder under the
Horticulture Resources with all the GGIA Junior Certification materials
including test study guides and powerpoints with all identification plants.
Note : students who passed part of the certification (example passed the
written exam but did not pass the plant identification) only have to take
the part they did not pass.
*HOW TO JOIN GGIA?* Contact Georgia Green Indsutry Association at
*HOW DO I KNOW WHO PASSED?* Exams will be graded the day of testing.
Students who pass the exam and plant identification will be rewarded with a
portfolio certificate and a GGIA Junior Certification t-shirt. Top scoring
individual will be recognized with a GGIA plaque.
*WHAT IF A STUDENT DOES NOT PASSED?* All scores will be given back to the
teachers of the students. An individual student can retake the exam as many
times as he/she desires.
*WHY SHOULD TEACHERS ENCOURAGE STUDENTS TO BE CERTIFIED?
1. Connect students with Georgia Green Industry.
2. Links classroom instruction directly to real life.
3. Establish guidelines for achievement.
4.Award high levels of competence in the curriculum of horticulture.
5.Improve student participation by encouraging certification for
6. Increase the self-esteem of the student.
7. Program reputation in community and industry for producing student
Dr. Teri Hamlin
North Region Agriculture Education
Georgia Department of Education
204C Four Towers University of Georgia
Athens, Ga 30602
706-552-4461 / 706-540-0032