Welcome to the Agriculture Department
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The Agriculture Department is designed to offer students four-year plans of study. General Agriculture, Agriculture Mechanics and Animal and Plant Science are the three career clusters in our department. All of the courses within these clusters, include classroom laboratory instruction, Supervised Agricultural Experiences (SAE), and leadership training through the appropriate Career and Technical Student Organization.
The Future Farmers of America (FFA), a national organization, is an integral part of the organized instructional programs in Agricultural Science I and II and prepares students for a wide range of careers in agriculture, agribusiness, and other agriculture-related occupations. Activities and instruction will be carried out in all agriculture classes, and it is recommended that students be dues-paying members of the FFA.