The Duke University TIP (Talent Identification Program) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving academically gifted and talented students. The Duke Talent Search was launched in 1994 with the goal of identifying gifted students at a younger age. Duke University TIP works with students, their families, and educators to discover, explore and celebrate students’ academic interests […]
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With the November elections right around the corner, Upper School English teacher Heather Ewing invited Pinellas County Commissioner Charlie Justice to visit the members of the senior class to discuss the political process, namely the role of the county commission. While intended as a speech, the event turned into a question-and-answer session with several students […]
Admiral Farragut won a Cross Country meet the BlueJackets hosted on October 3 at Walter Fuller Park in St. Petersburg, beating neighborhood rivals Canterbury, Keswick Christian, and Northside Christian.
It was cooking with Kat day on Wednesday in the Life Skills class of Lower School teacher Ms. Forrester, who will be teaching students this year about fundamental practices like cooking, first aid, carpentry, and time management in real-world scenarios.
Friday, October 21, 2016
Staff Sergeant Michael Marcus, known as Officer Mike around campus, brought his trusted canine, Mike, a K9 officer, to the assembly at the DeSeta Chapel and received many “oohs” and “ahhs” from the crowd of Lower School children, faculty and staff when he had K9 Mike perform an assortment of commands, some in German and […]
During the 2016 Parents’ Group Annual Auction, attendees were given the opportunity to “raise their auction paddle” to support the renovation of an Upper School classroom. The Price family raised theirs for a $5,000 gift to cover the cost of renovating the art classroom.
The summer boarding camp at Admiral Farragut Academy called “Summer@Farragut” continues to grow into a summer experience like no other and the 2016 edition proved to be no different. With a total of 77 campers attending from 10 different states and 11 other countries, the summer-long boarding program brought together students from around the world […]
The Early Enrichment Camp officially became the Little Explorers Summer Camp this year and it proved to be even more rewarding as children attending discovered what it was like to become everything from a scientist to an athlete to an artist of some kind. Co-directed by Shauna McKee and Allison Gormley, the fourth year of […]
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