Frederick FFA Clubs

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The FFA is a national organization that primary purpose is to develop agricultural leadership, citizenship, and cooperation. The Frederick FFA Chapter is the second oldest chapter in the state of Maryland chartered in 1929. Our chapter members continue the traditions of competing in local, state and national Career Develpment Events (CDE's). 

Advisors Brittany Sentelle and Richard Stonebraker

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Mae Beins named Frederick High’s 2020 School Winner for the Heisman High School Scholarship

Frederick High School Senior Mae Beins was informed Monday morning by the The Heisman Trophy Trust that she has been named Frederick High School’s 2020 School Winner for the Heisman High School Scholarship presented by Acceptance Insurance. She will now move on for the chance to become Maryland’s State Winner. State Winners will be announced at heismanscholarship.com on Tuesday, November 3. Beins,

Frederick High FFA Announces 2020-2021 Officers

Frederick High School’s FFA advisors Brittany Sentelle and Richard Stonebraker announced the chapters 2020-2021 officers Friday morning during the clubs monthly meeting.  The 91st Frederick High School Officers Class is as follows: President – Mae Beins, Senior Vice President – Bella Sterba, Senior Secretary – Justin Tran, Senior Treasurer – Adam Bollinger, Sophomore Reporter – Nicole Sibold,

FHS FFA Alumni Plant Sale! May 2nd & 3rd

View This Email Online In – Chinese Simplified, English, French, Spanish, Urdu, Vietnamese Here it is friends! The details you have been waiting for! The FHS Alumni Plant Sale will be held this Saturday (May 2nd) and Sunday (May 3rd) from 9 AM to 1 PM at the Tractor Supply located off Mount Zion Road, Frederick MD. 5450 Mt Zion Rd, Frederick,

FHS Poinsettia Sale! Pre-Order Now

FHS Poinsettia Order Form click the blue link above to order The Frederick High School Horticulture Program will once again be selling poinsettias for the holiday season. Flowers will be available in standard red, white, or pink. Pots are 6.5″ with one plant per pot that will have 5-6 blooms. Poinsettias have long been associated