Read below for Admiral Farragut Academy’s Foundation Annual Report for 2020.
Exciting things are happening at Admiral Farragut Academy. From facilities upgrades to personnel shifts, the school is preparing for the 2020-21 year. One preparation includes a major change in the Lower School: Anita Fine, the long-time Lower School Head, is retiring. Stepping in to replace her as the Interim Head of Lower School is veteran leader Jennifer Grabowski, now entering her 25th year at Farragut.
After a career as a CEO, he offers time, talent, and treasure to AFA
George Michel ‘49S has been many things in his life: MIT grad, military intelligence officer, titan of industry, sailing yachtsman, philanthropist, volunteer leader, and mentor. Not to mention a husband, father, and grandfather.
Before all these things, he was an Admiral Farragut Academy cadet.
In this Spring/Summer 2020 edition of Reveille, we feature the Class of 2020 graduation, 75 things you may not have known about Farragut in St. Petersburg, Farragut’s response to COVID-19, a recap of the Careers in Aviation Expo, proud accomplishments from our teachers and students, alumni class notes, the foundation annual report, and more! Read more
Dear Farragut Families,
The Farragut Family Association (FFA) would like to thank everyone for their support throughout the 2019-2020 school year. This was not a typical school year but together we did our best to end the year strong. Unfortunately, the FFA was not able to hold all of the originally planned events, one of which is typically the biggest fundraiser of the year – the auction/gala. We are happy to report the events we were able to host were successful and wanted to share a little recap. Family participation in these events is a great opportunity to build relationships with other parents and raise funds for the school.
With rising enrollment each of the past five years, we are thankful to have such an incredible community of families and students. Read more
We have come to the end of a school year that will be remembered for many years to come. Because of COVID-19 restrictions, we conducted our end of the year traditions a bit creatively. Read more
Congratulations to Maurice Leon ’21 for placing 1st in the Largo Public Library’s 36th Annual Stanley Shalit Short Story Competition. Maurice was one of over 200 students in Pinellas County to enter this year’s competition, whose theme was Oceans: Fun, Fear, Future.