The 96th annual National FFA Convention held in Indianapolis, IN, was a celebration of dedication, leadership, and community involvement, as several students earned their American FFA Degree. The American FFA Degree is the highest degree attainable in the National FFA Organization is a testament to the unwavering commitment of these individuals to their chapters and state FFA associations.
The following outstanding FFA members were honored with the American FFA Degree:
From the OHP/Graham FFA Chapter: Maria McIntosh
From the OHP/Indian Lake Chapter: Allix Cotterman, Kayla Cummins, Jacob King, and Ethan Knief
From the OHP/Kenton FFA Chapter: Chloe Anderson and Devan Dulin
From the OHP/Triad FFA Chapter: Jesse Bailey, Evan Culp, and Gage Phillips
The American FFA Degree reflects the dedication that FFA members apply to their supervised agricultural experience, as well as the exceptional leadership abilities and community involvement they have displayed throughout their FFA careers.
The Marysville FFA Chapter, which has a pathway of Ohio Hi-Point courses, was recognized for their remarkable achievement in being recognized as one of the top 10 chapters in the nation.
The National FFA Convention & Expo, a platform dedicated to cultivating the next generation of leaders, showcased several opportunities for growth. Attendees had the chance to explore various career and college expos, listen to motivational speakers, enjoy agricultural tours, and much more. OHP’s FFA Chapters from Graham, Indian Lake, Kenton, Riverside, Triad, and USV attended.