Sign up for Lower School After School Activities 2019-2020

Admiral Farragut Academy provides many opportunities for its students to learn and have fun after school! There are many different after school programs for students to choose from, from sports to science to Minecraft, so they can always find something they’ll like.

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Farragut Cross Country works to rebuild

Last year’s Cross Country Team had a great season proving that the efforts of a few can yield great results. The team consisted of talented athletes who took 1st place in the District Championship, 3rd in the Region and 5th in State.

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Charlie Duke ’53 recalls Apollo 11 moon landing on the 50th anniversary

On July 20, 1969, Apollo 11 landed on the moon and changed history for space exploration. In this video, astronaut and Farragut graduate, Charlie Duke ’53S, who later became the 10th and youngest man to walk on the moon with Apollo 16, recalls his experience being CAPCOM for the landing.   ✨

These moments make us so proud yet humbled that we could be at the beginning of a journey that led to the moon. “Keep your vision wide,” says Charlie. ⚓️

Farragut graduate Alan Shepard ’41 also walked on the moon with Apollo 14.

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The beginnings of a family legacy tradition at Farragut

Bill, far right, with his mother, Julia, and his dad, William “Masci” Masciangelo ’37, at Bill’s graduation in 1962

Bill Masciangelo ’62N shared this story about growing up as one of the first legacy families of Farragut.

My dad was William Masciangelo Class of ‘37N and was fondly known as “Masci” by friends and alumni. He gave his life to Admiral Farragut Academy and served as its Public Relations Officer for almost 50 years.

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At Farragut, our students don’t just excel, they soar!

Students as young as 9 have been learning to fly at Admiral Farragut Academy, where 2018-19 was a year of groundbreaking advances for the school’s Aviation Program.

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Living Life Through a Farragut Lens – Joseph Zolfo ’86N

Joseph Zolfo ‘86N came to Admiral Farragut Academy by way of Staten Island and to filmmaking by way of childhood plays and home movies. Today, he produces the hit CBS TV show God Friended Me.

“Unequivocally, I would not be sitting in this chair today if I had not gone to Farragut,” he said from his office at Steiner Studios in Brooklyn. “That’s an absolute fact. The bar was just set so high at Farragut.”

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Be in the next Reveille Magazine Business Directory

 

We’ve received many requests for advertising or business listing opportunities, and here’s your chance for community-wide exposure! In the next edition and all future editions of Reveille Magazine, we will have a business directory available for parent, alumni, board member, faculty/staff, and friends of Farragut owned businesses.

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Reveille Spring 2019 edition focuses on the entertainment industry

In this Spring 2019 edition of Reveille, we feature progress on DeSeta Hall, a recap of Reach For The Stars, the aviation program, proud accomplishments from our teachers and students, stories about our alumni in the entertainment industry (including cover story about Joseph Zolfo ’86N), alumni class notes, the foundation annual report, and more!


Would you like a print copy mailed to you?

Please email alumni@farragut.org your name, address, city, state, and zip code if you would like a copy mailed to you. Due to mailing restrictions, we can only guarantee delivery within the United States.