Now more than ever, technological and economic factors are changing the way Americans and people around the world view the importance of Agriculture. The purpose of the agritechnology program is to provide students the opportunity to experience and learn about the issues that affect agriculture today. The agritechnology program is an exciting curriculum designed to prepare students for active employment and post-secondary training in the fields of agriscience and agribusiness. The course agriscience foundations 1 counts as a science credit toward graduation.
Post-Secondary Programs with Florida Gateway College
Agricultural Industry Certifications
DCHS Future Farmers of America
FFA is the student organization of the agritechnology program. Contest areas include forestry, parliamentary procedure, public speaking, tractor driving, livestock judging, and land judging. FFA membership is available to all agritechnology students.