Rob Ewing, director of aviation, featured in Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s alumni magazine

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's alumni magazine

Rob Ewing, the director of the Aviation program at Farragut, was featured in the fall edition of Lift, the alumni magazine of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Ewing, who graduated from the Daytona Beach campus in 1994, was honored by Embry-Riddle with the 2015 Alumni Service Award for his work at Farragut. Read more

Do you know a student living in Mexico who would be a great fit for Farragut?

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An admissions team member from Admiral Farragut Academy will be visiting Mexico as part of a tour with Linden Educational Services, a company that is dedicated to helping students from all around the world discover the numerous educational opportunities available in the United States. Please invite any friends or family that may be interested in attending Admiral Farragut Academy to meet with our admissions representative during the tour! Read more

Promotions and positions announced for the 2016-17 regiment

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At Farragut, there is a saying that goes, “On purpose, with a purpose.” Our approach to leadership transforms, inspires and empowers young people to create a positive change in their school and communities. The cadets listed represent the regiment leaders of all Upper School cadets.

OFFICE OF THE COMMANDANT: SPECIAL ORDER NO. 1-16

With the recommendation of the Senior Naval JROTC Science Instructor, the following promotions and positions are announced for the school year 2016-2017. The following cadets are promoted to the position and rank indicated below:

To be Regimental Commander: CDR Richard Dunleavy

To be Regimental 1st Lieutenant: Cadet LTJG Alan Torres Guiza

To be Regimental Operations Officer: Cadet LT Ivan Volkov

To be Regimental Ordinance Office: Cadet LTJG Jason Chen

To be Regimental Training Officer: Cadet LTJG George T. Hamilton

To be Regimental Logistics Supervisor: Cadet LT Alina Dixon

To be Regimental Admin Officer: Cadet LT Victoria Padovan

To be Regimental Community Service Officer: Cadet LTJG Camille Walker

To be Regimental Public Affairs Officer: Cadet LTJG Daniella Greco

To be Regimental Supply Officer: Cadet ENS Valentina Fornaro Galliano

To be Regimental Adjutant: Cadet Skylar McDaniel

To be Alpha Battalion Commander: Cadet LCDR Kyndal S. Olander

To be Alpha Battalion Executive Officer: Cadet LT Stephanie N. Bailey

To be Bravo Battalion Commander: Cadet LCDR Zachary Fine

To be Bravo Battalion Executive Officer: Cadet LT Alicia Mora

To be Charlie Battalion Commander: Cadet LCDR Patrick Hales  

To be Charlie Battalion Executive Officer: Cadet LT Trevor Dean Bennati

Farragut campus featured in City of St. Pete’s “Living Local” video series

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Admiral Farragut Academy was featured in the August episode of Living Local, a monthly video program on the City of St. Petersburg’s public access channel called St. Pete TV. The series focuses on neighborhoods throughout St. Petersburg that have helped shape the character of the city.

Produced by Shay Brumbaugh and co-directed by Michael Flanagan and Josh Martin, the video does a masterful job of displaying Farragut Hall, which at one time served as an elegant hotel for the rich and famous. In the episode, Captain Tom McClelland, Farragut’s development officer, illustrates the allure of the building, which once housed celebrities like Al Capone and Babe Ruth.

Thanks to Capt. McClelland for doing such a great job representing AFA. Thanks to Melissa Kramer for organizing the production on campus. Thanks to the City of St. Petersburg, namely Shay Brumbaugh, Michael Flanagan, Josh Martin, Mark Stroemich (aerial photography), and Joe Barbieri (aerial).

Complete the survey for the summer edition of Reveille magazine

Over the years, Reveille has become a bi-annual publication that holds the pulse of Admiral Farragut Academy. Our goal with Reveille is simple — to share informative and inspiring stories that make our community of alumni, parents, donors, and friends proud of Farragut’s past, present, and future.

Please take a moment to provide our team with important feedback to help us maximize the publication. Your input is extremely valuable. Thank you! Read more

Navy F-18 pilot and Farragut alum, LTJG Bret Louderback ‘09, speaks to Aviation students

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First day back to school was extra special for the students of Rob Ewing’s aviation class thanks to an appearance by LTJG Bret Louderback, a Navy F-18 pilot who graduated from Farragut in 2009.  Louderback ‘09, who recently began a tour flying the F/A- 18E Super Hornet out of Naval Air Station Oceana in Virginia Beach, spoke to the students about his journey from Farragut to the Navy. Read more

Mike Holmes who attended with the class of ‘83, now runs for office, seeks to make a difference

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“What I do know is Farragut was the catalyst that turned me from an academic failure to an academic success.”

— Mike Holmes, soldier, writer, adventurer, goatherd, and candidate for State Representative from southeast Arizona

Too often, we think of an alma mater as the sole institution that forged our future. We assume the school in which our name is attached to parchment paper has registered the most impact. For many, though, the place of existence upon graduation date simply stands as a stopping point in between discovery and success. Such is the case for Mike Holmes, an economic development officer for Pima County, Arizona who is running to be a state representative for Legislative District 14. Read more

Football alumni look to play big roles on the collegiate gridiron

Todd Macon

Todd Macon ’13

With college football fast approaching, we decided to catch up with one of the BlueJackets who will be playing in college this season. Todd Macon ‘13, who lettered in all four years as a running back at Farragut, is expected to be a major contributor to the football team at Liberty University this year after finishing the 2015 season ranked second on the team in touchdowns with eight. While the Liberty Flames enter the 2016 campaign with five capable running backs, The 5-foot-10, 210-pound Macon is the presumed starter and the projected number one back on the depth chart. Although he finished last season with just 303 yards on 73 carries, the St. Petersburg native is excited about taking a larger role this year.

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Join us at the Back to School Parent Social

Back to School Parent Social

All parents are invited to the Back to School Parent Social on Sunday, August 21st from 6:30-8:30 pm at The Club at Treasure Island. This is a great opportunity for parents to meet each other and ask faculty and staff questions. Read more

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