In their lower school science class with Mr. Henry Sadler, the 7th-grade students worked with partners to model one of three volcano types: the shield, cinder cone, or composite.
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Boarding life at Admiral Farragut Academy has always been diverse. Even dating back to the earliest years of the St. Petersburg campus, students have traveled from countries such as Cuba, Venezuela, Bermuda, and Canada to study at Farragut. Today, we are home to students from 17 states and 26 different countries. At any given time […]
Head Softball Coach Linda Derk has been with Admiral Farragut Academy since 2009. This school year, she has stepped into the shoes of Athletic Director, a role for which she is well suited, due to both her long history in sports and to her life philosophy, which compliments the school’s slogan, “Success Is Never Accidental”.
Upper School English teacher Heather Ewing’s shared a selection of poetry written by students in her writing classes. The first poem, Always By Your Side by senior Kathryn Greene, was one of two poems by Farragut students to earn the 2018 Regional Scholastic Writing Award.
On April 4, 2018, the Tampa Bay Times website released a news story by staff writer Bob Putnam entitled “No varsity blues at Admiral Farragut where underclassmen dominate”. In the article, Putnam features our Softball team, including interviews with Coach Linda Derk and several of our student-athletes. Read below for several excerpts, as well as […]
The Radford Star Award recognizes outstanding cadets who have excelled in academics, extracurricular activities, deportment, drill, and seamanship. It is the single highest honor a cadet can receive at the Academy. Cadets qualify for a period of one marking period and are awarded 3 stars to wear on their uniform.
In this edition of Reveille we share the boarding life experience, feature our campus, faculty, staff, and alumni, and highlight our generous donors in our Foundation Annual Report. Would you like a print copy mailed to you? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org your name, address, city, state, and zip code if you would like a copy mailed to you. Due to […]
On Monday, March 19th, Ms. Rebecca Blake’s Marine Science class attended a live webinar with Dolphins Plus Marine Mammal Responder.
On Thursday, May 8, Lower School Science teacher Henry Sadler took his 6th-grade Life Science classes on a field trip to the Peace River in Arcadia, FL, as an extension on their unit on fossils.
Please join the Aviation department in congratulating Jose Lynch ‘18 on earning his solo endorsement. Jose flew solo for the first time on February 28, 2018, in Cessna 172SP N6013J on runway 7 at Albert Whitted Airport.