FFA



The FFA (National FFA Organization) is an integral part of the total Agriculture Education Program. This intra-curricular organization provides students with opportunities to develop premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agriculture education.  The South Jefferson FFA Chapter is a chartered member of the State and National FFA Organizations  The National FFA Organization consists of over 600,000 members in the United States as well as Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.  The South Jefferson FFA conducts over 80 different events each year focused on Students, the Chapter, and the Community.
Chapter, State, and National membership in the SJFFA is open to any student in grades 7 - 12th who are enrolled in an Agriculture Class and are conducting an SAE or Supervised Agriculture Experience Project.  Students in 6th grade can join the junior high FFA and be chapter and state members only.  Students in 7th and 8th grade who are taking technology class can be members of the chapter, state, and national FFA organizations.  A student can be a member of the FFA for three years after graduation from high school. To learn more about SJFFA or to view a calendar of FFA events...click on the links under "FFA" on the left.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE OFFICIAL FFA MANUAL