The Varsity Boy’s Basketball team is currently undefeated with a 6-0 record this 2016 season. Four players are averaging double digits in points each game: Tyreek Montgomery, Winston Dessesow, Cross Meehan, and Dre Fuller. This weekend they are participating in the Clearwater Central Catholic Basketball Tournament held on the CCC campus. Please cheer them on Friday and Saturday, both games begin at 5:30pm. #GOBLUEJACKETS
Members of the Admiral’s Athletics Club (AAC) have been busy volunteering at athletic events and raising money to support the athletic department and BlueJacket athletes. Every year the AAC finds ways to raise money for athletics mostly through fundraisers and events, but this year a large majority of their funds will come from charging gate admission during on campus athletic events. Read more
“Sully’s” story is very unique and we know that this evening with him will be both inspiring and engaging – especially for school-age children who may be considering a career in aviation or the Navy. The event is at The Mahaffey Theater on Sunday, Jan. 15, 2017 for an evening with Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger. Read more
On November 29, 2016, the iconic Grumman F-11 Tiger aircraft that has been displayed on Farragut’s campus since 1986 once again took flight, this time with the help of a 120-ton crane.
On Friday, December 2, eleven students traveled to Keiser University in Tampa with Stephen Mikell, Upper School Physics and Math teacher and DECA faculty sponsor, to compete in the DECA district competition. According to www.deca.org, DECA has impacted the lives of more than ten million students, educators, school administrators and business professionals since it was founded in 1946. Read more
In order to help researchers at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital learn more about the effects concussions have on the growing brains of young athletes, some of our football athletes volunteered to be part of a concussion study. Read more
On Friday, December 9, Mrs. Deitche’s Upper School science classes and 2nd-7th grade Lower School students had a very special visit from marine scientist and author, Dr. Ellen Prager. Read more
Thank you to everyone who purchased a poinsettia. Every year, the sale not only provides beautiful gifts and decor, but also an opportunity to raise much needed funds for needs that aren’t in the budget. The $3,000 raised this year will go towards the Shade Project. The main goal is to add more shaded areas throughout our campus while educating our students about sun safety. Phase 1 is to add sun-protective lotion stations throughout campus, as well as some shade structures to the lower school playground. Contact email@example.com if you would like to become involved in the Parents’ Group.
On Wednesday, December 7 our students in Band performed for guests and artists displayed their first semester of artwork at Admiral Farragut Academy.