Frederick County 4-H
Welcome to Frederick County 4-H!
Programs & Clubs
Frederick County Clubs
For more than a century, young children have benefited from the education and confidence of 4-H. Chances are if you’ve ever met anyone who has been in 4-H, they’ll tell you they’re a 4-Her for life!
4-H is for all youth, ages 5 to 19 years old. It is open to everyone, regardless of race, religion, color, sex, or place of residence. In order to be a 4-H member, you must join a club. For younger children, please look into our Cloverbuds program.
If you are interested in joining a 4-H club in Frederick County, please see our club listing document.
Embryology, or the process of hatching chicks from eggs, is a fun, hands-on learning experience for children. This program teaches students about science and respect for life. For more information on bringing the Embryology Project to your school contact Spring Vasey at email@example.com.
Summer isn't Summer without 4-H Camp!
Frederick County Leader Association 2023-2024
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- County Presentation, Public Speaking, Contest
- Share the Fun (4-H Talent Show Contest)
- Share the Fun Application
- Food Art Contest Series
- Food Art Contest Series Information
- Frederick - Page 4-H Camp
- CIT and Teen Counselor Application
- Frederick County 4-H Day Camp
- Homeschool Junior Gardener Program
- Litter Barrel and Window Display
- Window Display Scoresheet
- Trim-a-Tree Contest
- Trim-a-Tree Score sheet
- 4-H Horse Day Camp
- Application for Horse Day Camp
- Sheep & Goat Camp
- Sheep & Goat Camp
- Frederick/Warren/Clarke Beef Show
- Frederick County Horse Show
- Frederick County Horse Show Form
- Wildlife Food Plot Contest
- Beef Weigh-in and Tag
County Awards & Achievement Banquet Information
- Achievement Banquet Seat Request
- Club of the Year Award
- Family of the Year Award
- Junior 4-H Member Award
- Senior 4-H Member Award
- Outstanding Leader Award
- Outstanding First-Year Member
- Jr. 50% Participation Award
- Sr. 50% Participation Award
- 4-H Club Charter Seals of Achievement
- Club Charter Seals of Achievement Form
End of Year Nomination Forms are due to the Virginia Cooperative Extension-Frederick County Office by September 30th, 5:00 p.m.
Interested in becoming a Teen Council Officer?
- Teen Council Officer Expectations
- Teen Council Officer Application
4-H All Stars is an honor/service organization. Membership in 4-H All Stars is the highest recognition that a Virginia 4-H'er can achieve. Virginia 4-H All Stars is service-oriented and volunteer operated.
The 4-H All Star's goal is to contribute to positive youth development through "service" to the 4-H program of which they are a part. The 4-H program becomes the springboard from which a 4-H All Star jumps to other areas of service to people throughout his/her lifetime. The 4-H All Star organization strives for a cooperative effort with the 4-H program in all areas.
For more information regarding 4-H All Stars, check our the Virginia 4-H All Star Website
- Nomination Application Users Guide (PDF | 71KB)
- Introduction to 2017 4-H All Star Youth Nomination (mp4)
- Youth Nomination Application
- All Star Adult Nomination Application (PDF)
- Nomination Summary Sheet (XLSX| 11KB)
- Cabinet Liaison Application (DOCX | 36KB)
Nomination forms are due to the VCE - Frederick County Office October 1st.