According to IMPACT Melanoma, Admiral Farragut Academy is the first school in Pinellas County to place sunscreen dispensers across campus and to provide additional education through their ‘Practice Safe Skin’ program for grades Kindergarten through 12th.
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Please join the Aviation Department in congratulating Yuchen “Jack” Wang ‘18 for earning his solo endorsement on Tuesday, December 5, 2017, at Albert Whitted Airport on runway 7 in a Cessna 172.
What is the best choice when considering a Religious Vs. Non-religious education in private schools? There are certain parameters parents should consider when choosing between a religious or non-religious school. The values your children grow up on will be the values that shape their adulthood. Does the school you decide to enroll them have to be religious to be […]
We are asking our community to give back to service members during the holiday season. Tina Henderson, the parent of AFA sophomore student Phillip Henderson, adopted a platoon through “Project Frontlines” which is a short-term/on-time-care package program to help support our troops. AFA and Mrs. Henderson is supporting a platoon that consists of about 15 service members, […]
During the 2017 Alumni Homecoming Weekend, over 150 members of the Admiral Farragut Academy alumni community gathered to celebrate their alma mater and the many relationships formed during their time at Farragut. For so many, their time at Farragut was more than a school, it was about the bonds, the people, the life experiences. Farragut […]
During the 2016-17 school year, Upper School Math teacher Amy Smith was busy finding creative ways to teach her students math. This innovative approach to teaching earned her a $10,000 award by the Barrett Family Foundation.
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.
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 […]
One important habit that Ashley Patterson Beaty learned by attending military school at Admiral Farragut Academy: Don’t overlook the details.
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.