Walter Biddle Saul High School of Agricultural Sciences
W. B. Saul High School of Agricultural Sciences is a magnet status school which is located in the upper Roxborough section of Philadelphia on the rolling hills of the Wissahickon Valley bordering Fairmount Park. Saul is one of the largest agricultural farm school in the United States and one of the largest FFA chapters in the United States.The multi-building complex is located on a 130-acre campus. On one side of Henry Avenue are Academic, Agricultural, Greenhouses, Physical Education/ Health, and Small Animal Laboratory buildings bordered by an arboretum and athletic fields. On the opposite side of Henry Avenue is the working farm which houses our poultry, dairy, swine, sheep, horses and our Meat Science program. These buildings are bordered by the school's golf course, nursery, field crops and pasture area for the livestock.
Saul High School's Vision
We believe in the future of agriculture and in developing an appreciation of the agricultural sciences along with developing a responsibility for improving, preserving and managing the earth's natural resources. We are committed to prepare students to become active and competent citizens who work and/or study within their chosen field of interest.
Saul High School's Mission
The Mission of the Walter Biddle Saul High School of Agricultural Sciences, a diverse learning community, is to develop in students an understanding of and appreciation for the career and leadership opportunities that are available to them in the many fields of agriculture. It is also our commitment to
cultivate each student's individual abilities to prepare him or her for a lifetime of productive academic, vocational, and civic endeavors.
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Philadelphia FFA Chapter
America's Heart Land 2009
Food Chain -Food Web - Natural Resources Management - Mr. Smith Teacher
2012 Flower Show - Ms. Barbara Brown and Students
Choose My Plate Teacher Mr. Smith