Agricultural Education

Agricultural Education prepares students for successful careers and a lifetime of informed choices in the global agriculture, food, fiber and natural resources systems.   Agricultural Education includes teaching through through three different aspects.  Our curriculum consists of the three circle model of Classroom/Laboratory, Supervised Agriculture Experience and FFA.

Each day students are in the classroom and laboratory learning different the seven different pathways in agriculture.  These include Animal Systems, Plant Systems, Agriculture Business, Food Products and Processing, Natural Resources/Environmental Sciences, and Power, Structural and Technical Systems. 

To compliment Agricultural Education's curriculum students are also expected to have an experiential learning project also known as their Supervised Agricultural Experience Program and be a part of a leadership development aspect which is known as FFA.