Less than 5 percent of Marysville FFA members live on a farm or plan on becoming a farmer in the future.
Most students just love animals, the environment or working with their hands.
The Marysville FFA Chapter is committed to the individual student, providing a path to achievement in premier leadership, personal growth and career success. FFA helps its members to develop their own unique talents and explore their interests in a broad range of agricultural career pathways.
In 2012, Marysville was named the top chapter in Ohio!
You must be enrolled in a Marysville Ag Science course to be a member of the Marysville FFA Chapter.
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2nd place at state!
Team members: Matthew Vollrath, Meghan Morey, Austin Bennett, Isaiah Brooks, and Emerson Trapp
CONGRATULATIONS to the Agricultural Mechanics Engineering (Welding) team! They placed SECOND in the STATE! This Career Development Event (CDE) brings a blue banner as a new addition to the chapter. The team drew a blueprint and created a materials list with prices and submitted it for state competition. They were selected as one of the top 12 teams in Ohio and built their Garden Tool Organizer live at the Ohio FFA State Convention May 5th. Matthew Vollrath, Meghan Morey, and Austin Bennett had 3 hours on site at the Ohio FFA State Convention to fabricate the tool. All contributing team members were Austin Bennett, Matthew Vollrath, Meghan Morey, Emerson Trapp, and Isaiah Brooks! We are very proud of these individuals! Their Innovation, Collaboration, and Inspiration led them towards outstanding results.
Placed 16th at State!!
Congratulations to the Marysville Ag Sales team. They placed 16th at the state competition. Great job!! Team members are Ashton Ropp, Mason Quick, Chloe Gordon, Libby Ramge and Lilly Cunningham.
Placed 18th at State!!
Congratulations to Matthew Vollrath and Austin Bennett as they competed in the STATE Ag Mechanics Skills CDE contest! They placed 18th! Matthew ranked as the 15th overall in the individual competition! Job well done!