Agriscience Academies


Agritechnologies Academy

Auburndale High School


Phone:  (863) 965-6200 ext. 259

1 Bloodhound Trail
Auburndale, FL  33823

The Agritechnologies Academy, offers courses in traditional agriculture operations that include Animal Science and Horticulture. Students learn from hands-on activities, work in the classroom, and also through the largest student-run organization in the world, the FFA. Addtional industry certification in Agritechnology and Professional Horticulture will be offered.


iGrow

Bartow High School


Phone:  (863) 534-7400

1270 S Broadway Ave
Bartow, FL  33830

The iGrow Agriculture Academy, helps students develop competencies in a variety of areas of agriculture. Students are introduced to concepts demonstrating the diversity and importance of agriculture in Florida, in areas such as horticulture, animal husbandry, forestry, agritechnology, and agribusiness. IGrow Academy also enjoys a partnership with Summerlin Academy in the Equestrian Program, where students learn equation through the Dressage discipline of training and riding. Students will gain an understanding of the environmental principles that govern our natural resources, and be exposed to a variety of career opportunities in agriculture business and technology. Students learn from hands-on activities, work in the classroom, and also through the largest student-run organization in the world, the FFA.


Bartow Middle AG Academy

Bartow Middle School


Phone:  (863) 534-7415

550 E. Clower St.
Bartow, FL  33830

This academy is based on Agriculture with emphasis in animal, plant, food, and environmental sciences. Students will gain knowledge and skills needed in the Agriculture Industry. Students will become agriculture advocates, informed consumers, and informed voters. Students are expected to be part of the intra-curricular organization, National FFA Organization. This is a leadership organization for Agriculture Education students.


Agrowtechnology Academy

Fort Meade Middle/Senior High School


Phone:  (863) 285-1180

700 Edgewood Dr N
Fort Meade, FL  33841

The Agrowtechnology Academy, nationally accredited academy, offers courses in traditional agriculture operations that include Animal Science and Horticulture. Students learn from hands-on activities, work in the classroom, and also through the largest student-run organization in the world, the FFA.


Ag Dogs

Frostproof Middle/Senior High School


Phone:  (863) 635-7809

1000 N Palm Ave
Frostproof, FL  33843

In this nationally accredited model academy, Agriculture courses provide students with skills for the workplace in many different areas; including agricultural communications, agricultural safety, agriculture mechanics, aquaponics, animal science, and plant science. Students will understand that leadership, teamwork, and responsibility are all components to success. Students learn from hands-on land-lab participation, classroom instruction, and through the largest student led organization in the world, the FFA.


Environmental Agriculture and Technology Academy

Haines City High School


Phone:  (863) 421-3281

2800 Hornet Drive
Haines City, FL  33844

This nationally accredited academy offers a unique opportunity to work with animals, promote environmental stewardship, and gain career experience. EATA offers two career technical education tracks; Animal Science and Aquaculture. Animal Science allows students to actively care for and interact with a plethora of animals: emus, horses, rabbits, chickens, cattle, pigs and alpacas. These interactions will encourge students to learn the technical side of agriculture and the skills that come with it. The second track, Aquaculture, creates an experience that combines fish husbandry with aquatic plant production. Students will combine technology and hard work to create a product that can be sold to the public/industry. Florida is the industry leader in ornamental fish production. This track helps students learn skills necessary to enter and advance this industry. EATA will always strive to introduce, educate and prepare students for a career in agriculture and related industries.


Academy of Natural Resources

Kathleen High School


Phone:  (863) 499-2215

1100 Red Devil Way
Lakeland, FL  33815

Agriculture courses provide students with skills for the workplace in many different areas; including agricultural communications, agriculture mechanics, aquaculture, animal science, forestry and horticulture. Students will understand that leadership, teamwork and responsibility are all components to success. Students learn from hands-on activities, work in the classroom and also through the largest student run organization in the world, the FFA.


Kathleen Middle Pre-Academies of Agriscience

Kathleen Middle School


Phone:  (863) 853-6040

3627 Kathleen Pines Ave
Lakeland, FL  33810

Students will gain a basic understanding of agriculture while focusing on plants, animals, and natural resources. Students will also learn about the food system and the safety procedures in agriculture systems. Coursework includes: Ag History & Economics, Safety, Technology, Environment, Plant Science, Animal Science, Agriculture Tools, Equipment and Instruments, Employability and Human Relation Skills, Leadership and Citizenship Skills, and Food Safety.


Lake Gibson Academy of Agriscience

Lake Gibson High School


Phone:  (863) 853-6100

7007 N. Socrum Loop Road
Lakeland, FL  33809

We offer a wide range of Agriculture based courses in animal science, horticulture and basic mechanical work. We offer certifications in Agriculture Foundations, Animal Science, Horticulture and Agritechnologies. With FFA; our co-curricular student organization; we strive to increase students knowledge and hands on experiences in agriculture education. Students learn from hands-on activities, work in the classroom, and also through the largest student-run organization in the world, the FFA.


Lake Gibson Middle Agricultural Science

Lake Gibson Middle School


Phone:  (863) 853-6151

6901 N. Socrum Loop Rd.
Lakeland, FL  33809

Do you have a passion for animals or a green thumb? In the ASA, Agricultural Science Academy, you will learn about animal science, plant science, food science, and agricultural mechanics. Students will also be able to join FFA, Future Farmers of America, which allows for premier leadership and personal growth.


Mulberry Middle Pre-Academy of Agriscience

Mulberry Middle School


Phone:  (863) 701-1066

500 Martin Luther King Ave.
Mulberry, FL  33860

This program guides middle school students through the fundamentals of agricultural resource management. Students will learn valuable workplace skills, preparing them for eduaction and career success through real-world exposure to agriscience industry. Coursework includes: animal care, agri-business, horticulture, and land management. Students learn from hands-on activities, work in the classroom, and also through the largest student-run organization in the world, the FFA.


Seminole Pre-Agriculture Academy

Southwest Middle School


Phone:  (863) 499-2840

2815 Eden Parkway
Lakeland, FL  33803

The Seminole Pre-Agriculture Academy, will prepare students with basic understanding of agriculture while focusing on plants, animals, and natural resources. Students will also learn about the safety procedures related to agricultural production. Aquaculture studies allow students to gain experience in farming plants and animals in marine environments. Instruction and learning takes place in both a traditional classroom setting and an outdoor agricultural lab, providing the opportunity for practical, experiential learning while interacting with equipment, materials, and technology appropriate to the course content. Students learn from hands-on activities, work in the classroom, and also through the largest student-run organization in the world, the FFA.


Stambaugh Pre-Academies

Stambaugh Middle School


Phone:  (863) 965-5494

226 N. Main St.
Auburndale, FL  33823

The Stambaugh Middle Pre-Academy is comprised of four exciting tracks; Communications, Culinary, Medical, amd Agriscience.


Diversified Agricultural Studies Academy

Tenoroc High School


Phone:  (863) 614-9183

4905 Saddle Creek Road
Lakeland, FL  33801

Tenoroc's Diversified Agricultural Studies Academy, makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agricultural education. Our facilities include a state-of-the-art barn, pasture, aquaculture system, shop facility and classroom. We are also equipped with the latest equipment and tools. Agriculture Association Certification, Animal Science Specialist Certification, Certified Horticultural Professional are able to be obtained. Students learn from hands-on activities, work in the classroom, and also through the largest student-run organization in the world, the FFA.


Westwood Agriscience Pre-Academy

Westwood Middle School


Phone:  (863) 965-5484

3520 Avenue J. N.W.
Winter Haven, FL  33881

Students will gain a basic understanding of agriculture while focusing on plants, animals, and natural resources. Students will also learn about the food system and the safety procedures in agriculture systems. Students learn from hands-on activities, work in the classroom, and also through the largest student-run organization in the world, the FFA.


Agribusiness and Sciences Academy

Winter Haven High School


Phone:  (863) 291-5330

600 6th St Se
Winter Haven, FL  33880

This course is designed to develop competencies in the areas of agricultural history and the global impact of agriculture; career opportunities; scientific and research concepts; biological and physical science principles; environmental principles; agriscience safety; principles of leadership; and agribusiness, employability, and human relations skills in agriscience. Laboratory-based activities such as the safe use and application of appropriate technology, scientific testing and observation equipment. Students will develop an understanding of measurement error, and develop the skills to aggregate, interpret, and present the data and resulting conclusions. Students learn from hands-on activities, work in the classroom, and also through the largest student-run organization in the world, the FFA.