Recently, five Fort Frye High School students earned the Ohio Agribusiness Association 12 point Industry Credential through their participation in FFA. A 12 point credential is the highest you can achieve. The Ohio AgriBusiness Association provides an industry-recognized, agribusiness credential that verifies high school student expertise in the areas of agriculture, agribusiness and production systems.To be eligible for the program, a student must be enrolled in a career­-technical agricultural program and complete four courses, where they are engaged in learning and applying technical skills in foundational agricultural concepts. As one of the four required courses, students must complete Business Management for Agricultural & Environmental Systems. This upper­-level course tests students’ knowledge of global agriculture marketing and business principles applied in agribusiness. Supervised Agricultural Experiences (SAE) ­– a student project that involves real world agricultural activities done by students outside of the planned classroom and laboratory time are also integral in attaining the OABA credential. To be considered, a student’s SAE must be an entrepreneurial, placement, or research-­driven project pertaining to the agriculture industry. The student must document at least 500 hours of work on their project(s) and identify the Ohio Agricultural & Environmental Systems Career Field Technical Content Standards achieved through their SAE. We are so proud of Sydney Barnes, Alyssa Duskey, Wyatt Fulton, Lane Johns, and James Shuster for their dedication to agricultural education and keeping accurate records in order to obtain this credential.