The DeForest-Windsor agriculture program was created 1948 centering on the strong foundation of agriculture and agriculture research (University of Wisconsin) that was predominant in the district.
Today it is mainly a suburban community maintaining a commitment to agricultural sciences and natural resources. The DeForest agriculture program consists of courses ranging from Animal Science to Welding, a strong cooperative internship program, an 60-acre land-lab, a 62-acre nature preserve, a 1,500 sq. ft greenhouse and a 200 member FFA (150 members in high school). With over 1,100 students in grades 9-12, our district employs two agriculture teachers to support a program of approximately 300 students.
Chapter Awards and Honors
- Outstanding Program for Section 5 in 2010
- Wisconsin National Chapter Silver-
- Wisconsin National Chapter Gold- 2017
- National FFA 3-Star Chapter 2017