Agricultural Education prepares students for employment and/or continuing education opportunities in agriculture through technical instruction in the classroom, experiential education through the laboratory and Supervised Agricultural Experience Program (SAEP), leadership and personal development through the FFA (student organization).
FFA (Future Farmers of America) Student Leadership makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential premier leadership, personal growth and career success through Agricultural Education. Students must be in grade levels 10-12 to participate in the student leadership programs.
CLASSES OFFERED IN WASHINGTON COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT
|Advanced Agricultural Mechanics||1.0||11-12|
|Agriculture Business & Management||1.0||10-12|
|Animal Science Adv||1.0||11-12|
|Animal Science I||1.0||10-12|
|Biology / Agriculture Science||1.0||10-12|
|Floriculture & Greenhouse Management||1.0||10-12|
|Natural Resources Science I||1.0||10-12|
|Nursury Operation & Landscape Management||1.0||10-12|
|Plant & Soil Science I||1.0||10-12|
|Plant & Soil Science II||1.0||11-12|
|Summer Vocational Agriculture Education||1.0||9-12|