The growing Agriculture Education program at Cordova High School is a four-year pathway starting at the 9th grade. Using Agriculture as the learning vehicle, students build science skills and knowledge through exciting hands-on and interactive lessons. The students are also members of the Cordova FFA Chapter where they maximize their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success. The FFA offers a variety of events and activities that allow students to travel and compete for awards and scholarships at the local, regional and state level. The Agriculture Education program maintains and utilizes a school garden for a variety of lessons. In addition, we have several community partners for outdoor education including Soil Born Farms and the American River Parkway Foundation. Come grow with us!
For more information contact:Mrs. Jennifer Nakamoto916-294-2450, ext 810350916-294-2450, ext 810382
Ms. Holly Chesnut