FFA Chapters Compete for Top Honors at 96th National FFA Convention

FFA chapters shine bright as finalists are announced for National Chapter awards.

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National FFA Organization

The anticipation is building as fifteen FFA chapters vie for top honors in the National Chapter Award Program. These finalists are one step closer to discovering if they will be awarded prestigious titles at the upcoming 96th National FFA Convention and Expo.

Recognizing Excellence

National FFA has revealed the top three finalists in various categories, including Models of Excellence, Middle School Models of Excellence, and National Premier Chapter. These finalists have emerged from a pool of 45 chapters, showcasing their dedication and achievements in FFA.

Meet the 15 Finalists

Top 3 Model of Excellence:

Top 3 Middle School Model of Excellence:

Top 3 National Premier Chapter – Growing Leaders:

Top 3 National Premier Chapter – Building Communities:

Celebrating Excellence

The National Chapter Award Program recognizes FFA chapters that actively uphold the organization’s mission and strategies. These chapters excel in implementing National Quality Chapter Standards and executing a Program of Activities that focuses on growing leaders, building communities, and strengthening agriculture. They are celebrated for providing valuable educational experiences to their entire membership.

Be sure to watch which five chapters will take home top honors Nov. 1-4 during the general sessions of the 96th National FFA Convention & Expo.

Story Via National FFA Organization

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