Jason Chen ‘18 receives certificate of merit from the U.S. Coast Guard

Captain Holly Najarian and Jason Chen

Captain Holly Najarian, Sector Commander of the United States Coast Guard, presented student Jianxiao “Jason” Chen ’18 with a certificate of merit from the USCG on Thursday, March 30.  Read more

Co-ed basketball clinic with Coach Allen for 3rd-8th graders (Open to the Public)

Make your 3rd-8th grader’s weekend a slam dunk! Enroll them in one (or both) of Coach Allen’s Basketball Clinics on Sunday, April 9 covering Ball Handling or Sunday, May 7 covering Shooting.

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You Are Invited to “AFA First Flight Day” to Celebrate Our Love of Aviation (Open to the Public)

 

April 1st marks the 25th anniversary of Farragut’s Aviation Director Rob Ewing’s first solo flight and marks the 50th anniversary of our former Director of Naval Science, and now Development Officer, CAPT Tom McClelland receiving his Naval Aviator wings.

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Lower School students compete in speech contest

Hans Renlund and Jillian Aprile

On March 7-9, groups of Lower School students in grades 4-7 competed in a speech contest which was orchestrated by Mrs. Fowler and judged by faculty and staff volunteers. Read more

Three 7th grade students attend Model United Nations Conference

On February 17th, three 7th grade students attended the Model United Nations Conference in Tallahassee as part of a club sponsored by Mrs. Rowe, social studies teacher, and Mrs. Morris, librarian. Read more

Lower School celebrates Career Day

On Friday, March 10th the Lower School celebrated “Career Day” thanks to the coordination of Kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reynolds. Parents and special guests included those in multiple career fields including an actor and photographer, a chef, police and K9 officers, a dentist, an attorney, a pharmacist, military personnel, Amazon online store owner, marine scientist, U.S. Marshall, a patent agent, and an optometrist. Read more

10 Reasons Boarding School Is A Great Option For Parents Living And Working At U.S. Embassies

For parents with jobs that demand more than the average professional’s commitment, it can be difficult to find an education for embassy workers’ children. They want one that truly emphasizes academics while also encouraging students to push their boundaries and explore. There are 10 reasons embassy workers choose boarding schools.  Parents who live and work at U.S. Embassies find boarding schools to be an excellent option for their high school aged children.

10 Reasons Boarding School Is A Great Option For Parents Living And Working At U.S. Embassies

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Farragut sends two wrestlers to the FHSAA State Wrestling Championship

Caleb Lemmons, Coach Michael May, and Chris Sexton

Freshman, Caleb Lemmons and senior, Chris Sexton qualified for the FHSAA State Wrestling Championship and represented Farragut with pride. Read more

Parents’ Group Annual Auction raises over $95,000

The evening of Saturday, March 4th over 120 parents, friends, and staff gathered at the beautiful Club at Treasure Island for our annual Parents’ Group auction. This year’s theme was an elegant “Night at the Masquerade Ball”. Parents dressed the part in beautiful evening gowns and suits arriving with their masks on. Read more

6th grader, Jillian Aprile, places third in gymnastics competition

 

We’re proud of all of our students’ talents and achievements here at Farragut. Today we have the privilege to share the accomplishment of 6th grader Jillian Aprile, who placed third in a gymnastics competition this past weekend.

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