Every weekday morning at 4:30 am, Admiral Farragut Academy sophomore Harrison McGriff wakes up to get a workout in. “I either swim, weight train, or box, because boxing is really good for swimmers,” said Harrison. Read more
The Admiral Farragut Academy community invites you to the groundbreaking for the Academy’s most ambitious building project and fundraising campaign in its history. The event will be held on Friday, November 3, 2017, at 1:30 pm on the Admiral Farragut Academy campus (501 Park Street North, St. Petersburg, Florida 33710) specifically between the Michel and Duke Buildings, just East of the Roy Speer Student Center. Read more
Junior Valentina Fornaro Galliano submitted this story about the Orienteering team.
On Saturday the 14th of October, Farragut’s newly established Orienteering Team competed in Moss Park, a Florida State Park on the southeastern side of Orlando.
Prep School Student’s View About Leopard Print Socks
One important habit that Ashley Patterson Beaty learned by attending prep school at Admiral Farragut Academy: Don’t overlook the details. Read more
Ryan Green ‘17 has attended Admiral Farragut Academy since fifth grade and has been in Cub Scouts since he was in first grade. Although he received his rank of Eagle Scout from Troop 321 in Seminole, Florida on September 25, 2017, Ryan had completed his Eagle Scout project two years prior.
Nothing shows the beating heart of the Farragut Family so well as when we give back to our community and to those in need. On Friday, October 13th, our students got a chance to do just that when the OneBlood Blood Bus rolled onto campus.
Dear Parents, Alumni, Family, and Friends:
You are invited to the Admiral Farragut Academy Parents’ Group annual Golf Tournament. This year’s tournament will be held at the beautiful Pasadena Yacht and Country Club (PYCC), which has been newly renovated with the installation of paspalum grass on the fairways and tees. PYCC is located just four miles from our school. Read more
There are many reasons a teen may choose a prep school instead of a traditional private school. A common misconception is that all prep school’s are “like boot camp” and that is far from the truth. Ask yourself: Does your teen thrive in a structured environment? Is it important that they are involved and belong to something bigger than themselves? Are they interested in serving their country? Read more
Each year, The Angels Against Abuse, a local charity that sponsors the Mad Hatters’ Tea Party, reaches out to Admiral Farragut Academy in hopes that our cadets who would like to volunteer for their special event. Read more