Summer Camp Boarding School is a proven life-changer for many people. Those who have had the privilege to be in one almost always cherish the memory.
For several years, 4th and 5th grade students have taken a field trip to Gatorland and the Kennedy Space Center, and every single year it’s been out of this world.
The Daddy Daughter Dance, hosted by the Parents’ Group and themed “A Night In Paris”, was a night full of twirling, Eiffel Tower chocolates, and big smiles.
Rebecca, who goes by Becca, grew up in Nashville, Tennessee with parents who were avid sailors.
For as long as our flag has flown high at Farragut, our Drill Teams and Band have been part of our culture and identity. Both allow our cadets to take their craft to the next level and help to represent our school within the community whether performing in front of crowds, representing us in the community, hosting dignitaries, or visiting local schools or hospitals to spread good fortune. Today, both remain very active and show no sign of slowing down.
This past weekend, Admiral Farragut Academy’s Drill Team competed in the Pinellas County Drill Meet at Boca Ciega High School and placed 2nd place overall for the first time in a decade of Farragut history.
7th grader, Elijah Dixon, is performing in Joe Turner’s “Come & Gone” at the American Stage which is running from January 18 – February 27. The play shines a light on America’s newly freed men and women determined to take their rightful place in a new world.