He attended local schools and was a graduate of Bristol County Agricultural High School before studying at the University of Connecticut.
What does BCAHS stand for?
BCAHS stands for Bristol County Agricultural High School (est. 1912; Dighton, MA)
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They can either try to enroll in Norfolk County Agricultural High School in Walpole, Bristol County Agricultural High School in Dighton, Essex Agricultural & Technical High School in Hathorne or the Smith Vocational & Agricultural High School in Northampton.
Four students from Norfolk County Agricultural High School in Walpole and eight from Bristol County Agricultural High School in Dighton, members of their school's Future Farmers of America, or FFA, livestock judging teams, were competing for the chance to represent Massachusetts at the national FFA convention in Indianapolis in October, where more than 55,000 students gather to hone their farming know-how.