AFSA's curriculum engages students in hands-on learning opportunities, college and career preparation, leadership and community development, and service and experiential learning all within small class sizes. Classes offered at AFSA include coursework that meets Minnesota State Educational Standards and National Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources Standards.
For the 2020-2021 schedule, students going into grades 10 - 12 can use the Schedule Planning Page and the AFSA Curriculum Guide to plan which classes they will take next school year. They can make a copy of the Schedule Planning Page or print it. Questions about classes and scheduling can be directed to AFSA's Academic Director, Erin Moore (firstname.lastname@example.org).