The Trumbull Agriscience & Biotechnology Center (TABC) offers students in grades 9 through 12 an opportunity to explore education and careers in animal sciences, plant sciences and environmental biotechnology through traditional classroom instruction combined with unique, hands-on laboratory, field and leadership experiences. Located on the site of the former Tomek dairy farm, the TABC is a “working farm,” where the students care for several types of animals and cultivate a variety of plants.


“Where the Past Meets the Future”

The four-year program combines a core academic curriculum with classroom instruction and hands-on training relating to
the mastery of skills in four major courses of study


Animal Science

Plant Science

Equine Science



All students enrolled in the TABC Program are considered full-time Trumbull High School students, and they may participate in all THS extracurricular activities, clubs, and honor programs. Upperclassmen may also enroll in Early College Experience courses and earn college credits from the University of Connecticut.


More than 90% of the graduates from the TABC program go on
to attend higher education institutions, such as the University
of Connecticut, Rutgers, Colorado University, and Unity College.
Full list of  where our graduates have gained college acceptances



"The educational opportunities are limitless for students pursuing their interest in the life sciences." (Chris Allen - Plant Science/Technology Instructor)