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Clear Spring FFA

Advisors: Catlin Carrico and Liz Rohrer

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Making a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agricultural education.

The National FFA Organization, formerly Future Farmers of America is the largest high school youth organization in the nation, boasting over 560,000 members.  Since 1928, millions of agriculture students have experienced what FFA offers an integral part of the program of agricultural education in the public schools. FFA strengthens instruction for students of agricultural education by providing a laboratory for practical training in agriculture, leadership, cooperation, and citizenship.

Clear Spring FFA has a long-standing reputation in Maryland of being a superior chapter that fosters student, chapter, and community development. 

Through active participation in the FFA, members learn by taking part in and conducting meetings, speaking in public, participating in events based on occupational skills, earning awards and recognition, and becoming involved in cooperative efforts and community improvement. As new technologies and new job opportunities emerge, so will the need for well-trained and educated people. Getting involved in high school agriculture and the FFA is the first step to a successful career.

Student Benefits

  • Develop essential skills for success such as learning, thinking, communication, and leadership
  • Technology and interpersonal skills
  • Gain a positive image through competitive skill events, leadership development, and service projects
  • Serve their communities and nation
  • Gain a competitive edge in the workforce
  • Interact with future employers and industry
  • Travel the country
  • Scholarships


  • President- 
  • Vice-President- 
  • Secretary- 
  • Treasurer- 
  • Reporter- 
  • Sentinel- 
  • Parliamentarian- 
  • Chaplain- 
  • Historian- 
  • Junior Advisor- 

Meeting times

Meetings will be the 2nd Wednesday of each month after school, with Officer Meetings on the 1st Wednesday of each month after school.