On December 11, 2018, the head of Farragut’s science department and biology teacher Sari Deitche was given a $995 Environmental Education grant by the Florida Association for Water Quality Control (FAWQC). This is the tenth year in a row that Mrs. Deitche has been awarded this grant.
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On Saturday, December 1st, the AFA Drill Team completed its season by competing at a NJROTC Area 07 sanctioned competition at Gaither High School in Tampa. Along with 19 other schools, our team challenged for trophies in Academics, Personnel Inspection, Basic Armed and Unarmed Drill, Color Guard, and Athletics.
Please join the Aviation Department in congratulating Trevor Eoriatti ‘19 on earning his solo endorsement. Trevor flew solo at Albert Whitted for the first time on November 8, 2018, in a Cessna 172, tail number N54058.
Please join the Aviation Department in congratulating Guillaume Chevrier ‘19 on earning his solo pilot endorsement. Guillaume flew solo for the first time on October 31st, 2018, at Albert Whitted airport in a Cessna 172 N61925 on runway 7.
The Parents’ Group held their annual Golf Tournament on Friday, November 16th at Bardmoor Golf and Country Club. There were winners all around, including a prize-winning hole-in-one!
Congratulations to the Football team becoming the 2A Region 3 Champions. Their next game is Friday, November 30th against Champagnat Catholic at 7:30 pm. As per the FHSAA, it is $9 for everyone. We hope to see you there!
On Friday, November 16th at 7:30 pm, Admiral Farragut Academy is hosting the regional semifinals for football. Our BlueJackets will be facing off against the winner of the Evangelical/Cambridge game. As per the FHSAA, admission is $8 for everyone. Kick Thanksgiving break off by supporting your AFA Bluejackets!
Wow! What an amazing Alumni Homecoming and 85th Celebration we had October 25th-27th! It was great to welcome back those who have attended or visited the southern campus, and it was even more special to welcome alumni who have never been to the St. Petersburg campus.
Farragut Alumnus and now Farragut parent Greg Ransone ’81S describes his time at Farragut and how things have changed and yet also have stayed the same. Dating back to the mid 70s (1974 to be exact) through now, Admiral Farragut Academy has seen its fair share of changes and evolution. As a member of the […]
Scuba has started the school year off right with several dive trips already under their belt.