Agricultural Science & Technology


Middletown Regional Agriculture Science &
Technology Center

Discover the opportunities in agriculture at the Middletown High School Regional Agricultural Science and Technology Center. Middletown Agricultural Education is available to students from Chester, Clinton, Cromwell, Deep River, Durham, East Hampton, Essex, Guilford, Haddam, Killingworth, Madison, Middlefield, Middletown, Portland, Old Saybrook, Rocky Hill, and Westbrook. 

OPEN HOUSE for Prospective Students will be held Novemeber 17, 2021 at 7 PM.  Please, complete the form to register. Form found at this link 
https://forms.gle/7FRnXAMGPaTxuM377

VIRTUAL TOUR & OPEN HOUSE! Each Spring Ag Students are asked to study an agricultural area of interest and create a presentation for our annual Open House. Typically students create posters and elaborate displays as our guests walk through the building learning about Agriculture. This year we challenged students to do a virtual presentation.  We invite you to open the virtual presentations. When you are done please, vote for your favorites & comment!

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We are now accepting student applications and making interview appointments. 

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Mission

The mission of the Agriculture Program is to provide instruction leading to a career in agriculture upon completion of high school or to prepare students for entrance into a two or four year college.

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Cost & Transportation

In accordance with state statutes, cost of tuition and travel from communities served by the Vocational Agriculture Center is paid by the local education agency. There is no tuition or transportation cost to the student.

What is Agricultural Science & Technology?

Agriculture Science & Technology consists of instruction, supervised agricultural experience, and leadership development through the FFA http://www.ffa.org/.

Faculty

The Agriculture Program is one class with four teachers. Faculty instructs all students in leadership, agricultural business, and supervised agricultural experience. Faculty members also teach specific areas of agriculture.