Thank you to those that helped at our Annual Earth Day Cleanup at Clam Bayou and for science teacher Sari Deitche for organizing! In our three years of sponsoring the event, we had our biggest turnout yet. Over 60 student and parent volunteers picked up trash, filling a 300-gallon can full of plastic, styrofoam, wood, glass and cigarette butts, among other debris. We also cleaned out dead and dying wood and palm tree fronds. And we planted over 200 mangrove seedlings. All this was completed in less than 2 hours!
Two members of the Class of 2019, Hunter Gordon and Elijah Soyke, were recently recognized by the Rotary Club of St. Petersburg. They were two of fourteen students recipients of the 81st Annual Outstanding Youth Awards. They were selected on the basis of scholarship, character, and service.
On Wednesday, April 10, 2019, the 1st-3rd graders had their graduation ceremony from the Champion Tae Kwon Do’s BESTT Program. They had been participating in the program once a week for 8 weeks.
Two of Upper School history teacher Scott Singleton’s American History Honors students were named as the 2nd and 3rd place winners in the local chapter level of George S. & Stella M. Knight Essay Contest, which is run by the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR).
Attention BlueJackets! Between now and March 30 @ 11:59pm EST get 20% off your order of $100 or more at our online School Spirit store.
Admiral Farragut Academy is up for the award in the School Category for the Best of the Best in the Tampa Bay area!
The Admiral Farragut Academy Wrestling Team put forth its strongest team effort in program history this season, including our third-ever State Champion in program history, Caleb Lemmons!
With 86 years of history, Farragut has seen its alumni do many amazing things. We’ve seen our graduates become Navy admirals, professional athletes, movie stars, and, famously, moonwalking astronauts.
Many alumni attribute their success to the skills they learned at Farragut, and 1966 graduate Tom Carbaugh is no exception.
As we begin plans for the 2019-20 school year, we are offering parking spaces in our new DeSeta Hall parking lot, Farragut Hall circular drive parking lot, as well as in our Lower School parking lot on behalf of the Parents’ Group. All parking spaces will have a permanent sign with your name on it for the entire school year with all proceeds going to our Parents’ Group. Read more