Welcome to the Department of Agricultural Sciences at Lone Star High School
Agricultural Sciences exist to prepare students with interests in science, business, and technology. With courses devoted to medicine, animal science, the environment, biotechnology, horticulture, and others, Agricultural Sciences prepares students for the rapidly changing world through hands-on learning and scientific exploration. Through an engaging and rigorous education, individual career experiences, and personal development, Frisco ISD's Agricultural Science Programs seek to create stronger individuals, more-vibrant communities, and a more sustainable world.
The following courses are currently offered at Lone Star High School.
1. Survey of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources
2. Large Animal Management
3. Small Animal Management
4. Equine Science
5. Floral Design
6. Wildlife and Fisheries Science
Lone Star FFA
FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.
Frisco Lone Star FFA proudly received its official charter at the 88th Texas FFA Convention.
Supervised Agricultural Experiences
Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) is one of the integral components of the agriculture education program. Students can have SAEs in one of the following areas: Exploratory, Research, Placement, or Entrepreneurship.