Welcome to Agricultural Sciences! 

The Agricultural Science Mission:
Agricultural Education prepares students for successful careers and a lifetime of informed choices in the global agriculture, food, fiber and natural resources systems.

What is Agricultural Science Education?


Our curriculums are made up of 3 major parts which help direct students to be college and career ready: 

Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE): SAE’s offer hands-on opportunities for students to refine their employability skills and tackle real-world situations. It also challenges students to apply what they learn in class and FFA activities in order to solidify knowledge and skills.   
Classroom and Lab: Academic & Technical Skills through classroom. The class component builds student knowledge of agriculture, food, fiber and natural resources systems and techniques, current technologies and advancements, and issues related to environmental, economic and social sustainability. It also integrates FFA and SAE concepts and principles into daily instruction.

FFA: Leadership and 21st Century Skills through FFA. The FFA offers opportunities to develop life and career skills as well as incentive programs that encourage student excellence in the class and SAE components. Without the class and SAE components, there would be no knowledge and skill basis for which the FFA could offer competitions or award programs. Likewise, without the FFA, the life and career skill attainment would be moderate.


  • FFA Seeking New FFA Officers for 2017-2018 Applications and directions can be found by going to this page (click here to go to officer page) 
    Posted Apr 17, 2017, 7:13 AM by Gwen Boettcher
  • FFA Partnering with Food For Kidz on Meal Packaging Event We need your help! Did you know that almost 1 out of 4 DeForest students qualify for free or reduced lunch? Or that in 2015 15.8 million homes in the U.S. were considered food insecure?FFA members have been working hard planning and finding donors for a NEW event we have planned. DeForest FFA is partnering with Food For Kidz to host a food packaging event because we want to make a difference. Food For Kidz is an organization that aids in packaging meals to be dispersed in our local community and all over the world (we selected Haiti).Our FFA has the goal to package 20,000 meals on March 21st. In order to do this, we ...
    Posted Mar 8, 2017, 7:46 PM by Gwen Boettcher
  • FFA Alumni Announces the 21st Annual Family Fun Night March 4th *New times for 2017 5PM to 9PM (live auction at 8PM)Family Fun Night is for everyone in the community! To attend you do NOT have to be an FFA member! There is a home-cooked meal of shredded pork, scallop potatoes, cheesy potatoes, cheese, milk, and dessert! All of the food is made by the FFA Alumni and members. All proceeds are used for scholarships for members and the agriculture program.Tickets: $5 in advance and $7 at the door-- click here for more information
    Posted Jan 15, 2017, 3:23 PM by Gwen Boettcher
  • Fruit, meat and cheese delivery Dec. 14-16 We got notification today that the semi will be arriving sometime Wednesday, December 14th in the morning! Please make plans to get your fruit picked-up and paid for! PICK-UP TIMES 2016: Wednesday, December 14th 2:30-7PMThursday, December 15th 7:30AM-7PMFriday, December 16th 7:30AM-5:30PMPick-up location *NEW:On the West side of the high school (on the NEW addition) towards the student/guest parking lot where there is overhead doors (the shops) enter through the doors labeled for FFA Fruit sale pick-up (will be the South West corner of the new addition). Checks will be due upon delivery/pick-up of the product (to DASD- FFA). Call if you have ...
    Posted Dec 12, 2016, 7:49 AM by Gwen Boettcher
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