Trumbull is proud of its state-of-the-art
Agriscience and Biotechnology Center. Located at 536 Daniels Farm Road, next
to Trumbull High School,
the facility services students in grades 9 through 12 who
are enrolled in the Regional Agriscience Program. Included
facility are a Biotechnology Lab, Natural Resources/Environmental
Science Lab, Small Animal Lab and Grooming Room, Food Science
Lab, Floral Design Lab and Sales Area, Computer Lab, Library
Media Center, Greenhouse, Ag Mechanics Lab, and a Multi-Purpose
Room, as well as more conventional classrooms. Adjacent to the Agriscience
Center is a “working farm” that houses a variety
“The educational opportunities are limitless for students pursuing their interest in the life sciences.” (Chris Allen – Plant Science/Technology Instructor)
“This program has expanded into a technological wonder.” (Jessica Giles–Class of 2001)
The Agriscience Program is a four-year program that combines
the core academic curriculum with classroom instruction and
hands-on training. Students are offered a unique opportunity
to explore careers in a comprehensive agriculture science
and technology education program, consisting of the following
designed to prepare students for the emerging agricultural science and technology field. The broad based curriculum incorporates cutting edge technologies, rigorous academics, current labor market information and career decision-making skills.
providing hands-on activities relating to the mastery of skills in agriculture mechanic technology, animal and plant science technology (including microbiology, biochemical and genetic disciplines), natural resource technology (including land, air and/or water laboratories), and computer applications.
Student leadership training through FFA, a national student leadership organization for students studying agriculture. Skills include teamwork, organization, career decision-making, and oral and written communications.
All students enrolled in the Trumbull Regional Agriscience Program are considered full-time Trumbull High School students, and they may participate in all THS extracurricular activities, clubs, honor programs, etc.
“Trumbull Agriscience has propped open the doors to my future and without it, I would not be the same person I am today.” (Jamie Sorge – Class of 2001)
Over 90% of the graduates from the program have gone on to numerous higher educational institutions such as Penn State, UConn, Rutgers, Wentworth, etc.
“Great building; great program.”
(Anna Anderson – Parent 2001)
Agriscience serves the following towns: