What is FFA?
The National FFA Organization, founded in 1928, is a dynamic, student-led leadership development organization that supports and promotes agricultural education. FFA changes lives and prepares students for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success. FFA is home to over 610,000 members throughout 7,665 chapters in the United States.
Western Boone FFA
The Western Boone FFA chapter was founded in 1972. It is dedicated to making a difference in the community and prides itself in educating and preparing students for succesful careers in not only the agricultural industry, but in all fields that interest students. The chapter has experienced great success throughout the years and has earned the honor of representing Indiana in multiple national contests. At Western Boone, FFA isn't just for farm kids, but for all kids willing to take advantage of the vast opportunities that the program has to offer.
Please explore our page to learn more about Western Boone FFA and see how joining can make a big difference in your life!