According to the latest numbers from the state Department of Education, there are 1,000 or so of these specialty programs in the state, offered either at a county's vocational facility or right on the campus of a New Jersey high school.
In a Nordic-inspired building tucked in a corner of the Bayer CropScience North American headquarters, high school students wander through 6,000 square feet dedicated entirely to the specialness of bees. Children taste different types of honey and examine the differences between honeybee and carpenter bee specimens.
I am so glad I did all my stupid high school stuff before the Internet existed. This didn’t happen in Jersey, it’s a Seattle story, and I’m not sure why it is news, but I love the way it is written on the KOMO website.