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Online agriculture courses      

Illinois Virtual School has three courses available at $165 per student per semester. Scholarships are available.  Net fee is $90/student/semester.

  • Introduction to Agriculture – Sem 1 and Sem 2
  • Agriscience – Sem 1 and Sem 2
  • Veterinary Science 

These colleges offer agriculture courses online for high school students across the state, which is a great opportunity for students to take agriculture courses that have a scheduling conflict and for students that attend a high school that doesn't offer agriculture courses: 

AllAgOnline offers these approved high school courses:

State Approved Course Title & Code All Ag Online Course Title
 Introduction to the Agricultural Industry (18001A001) Introduction to Agriculture
Basic Agricultural Science (18003A001) Plant Science
Animal Science (18101A002) Introduction to Animal Science
Animal Science (18101A002)  Equine Sciences 1
Veterinary Technology (18105A001) Veterinary Sciences 1
Agricultural Business & Management (18201A001) Agribusiness II

AllAgOnline now offers high school students over the age of 16 the opportunity to earn the credential of Certified Vet Assistant. View details here.


Map: Where are our Secondary Ag programs located?      
Map updated 1/5/2020 and maintained by Matt Meyer, Mendota High School Agriculture Teacher and District 2 IAVAT Board Member.  Thank you, Matt, for providing this.

7-12 Ag Ed Enrollment      

School Year Unduplicated Students Duplicated Students FFA Membership 7-12
Approved Programs
High School AgEd Teachers
1990-91 11,733 11,321 307 307
1991-92 12,140 11,901 325 316
1992-93 12,985 12,167 325 352
1993-94 13,353 12,365 317 341
1994-95 15,177 13,505 303 345
1995-96 16,431 13,678 302 341
1996-97 17,285 14,262 302 348
1997-98 17,898 15,043 306 351
1998-99 24,230 14,932 308 355
1999-2000 24,301 29,071 15,216 308 361
2000-01 24,765 28,597 16,032 314 354
2001-02 24,906 30,166 15,802 316 375
2002-03 25,436 31,192 15,786 316 372
2003-04 25,747 32,226 15,981 310 367
2004-05 26,488 33,885 15,846 313 371
2005-06 26,329 35,974 16,698 311 379
2006-07 26,274 35,492 16,729 316 396
2007-08 30,178 42,902 17,085 318 400
2008-09 29,048 42,090 17,148 319 401
2009-10 29,066 40,617 17,602 318 398
2010-11 28,895 40,035 16,173 312 389
2011-12 29,048 39,926 16,712 314 393
2012-13 29,202 40,006 17,640 321 390
2013-14 29,463 40,027 17,529 321 381
2014-15 29,615 38,817 17,410 320 386
2015-16  30,562 36,306   17,679 321 391
2016-17  31,655  37,023  17,535 327 403
2017-18  33,050 37,823   18,453 334 413
2018-19 34,285   39,058  19,099 345 432
2019-20          


   
 
 
     
 
   


 
     
     
 
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