FFA provides students the chance to participate in a wide range of curriculum, community service, and environmental awareness activities, leading to over 300 career opportunities in agriculture.

With a focus on the science, business and technology of agriculture, students develop essential leadership and teamwork skills. Student officers run their local chapter with instructors standing by to offer guidance when necessary.

State competitions allow students the chance to win scholarships to college, saving them money on future tuition. The experience and knowledge students gain by being an FFA member will also be an important addition to their resumes as they prepare to step into an increasingly diverse industry.






Programs of study that participate in FFA include:


Related Links & Articles:
FFA Web Site

March 2011 - BW/DACC Student Claims 3rd at Statewide Competition

April 2011 - BW/DACC Student Places in Top 5 at State Proficiency Board

February 2012 - Landscape Students Take 7th in State

March 2012 - Students Qualify for State Competition

May 2012 - Wildlife Students Take 1st & 2nd at Regional Envirothon

October 2012 - Landscaping Students Take 3rd at Statewide Big E Competition

October 2012 - BW/DACC FFA Officer Team Attends Leadership Conference & Forestry Team Claims 4th Place at Forestry Event

February 2013 - Landscape Students Claim 4th in State

March 2014 - Students Honored at Annual Banquet

November 2014 - BW/DACC Students Claim Top Spots at Food & Science Technology Career Event

January 2015 - Landscape Students Moving on to State Finals

March 2015 - Power Sports Students Qualify for State Competition

March 2015 - Students Honored at Annual Banquet