Each year, The Angels Against Abuse, a local charity that sponsors the Mad Hatters’ Tea Party, reaches out to Admiral Farragut Academy in hopes that our cadets who would like to volunteer for their special event. Read more
With a fantastic team effort and a great partnership with the Parents’ Group, Science Department, and USF-College of Marine Science, Admiral Farragut Academy held a school-wide Earth Day Clean-up at The Clam Bayou Preserve, a 10-acre park in Gulfport.
Romari Black ’17 was one of the 25 young women who participated in a six-month development program through the Youth Development Foundation of Pinellas County. Read more
Captain Holly Najarian, Sector Commander of the United States Coast Guard, presented student Jianxiao “Jason” Chen ’18 with a certificate of merit from the USCG on Thursday, March 30. Read more
Giving back is a deeply-held value at Admiral Farragut Academy. All students are required to complete a minimum of 80 hours of community service to graduate, but most complete far more than that. While there are many ways that Farragut students choose to give back to their communities, one traditional event that the drill team and football team love to take part in is a game day event at Nina Harris Center for Exceptional Children.
PreK, Kindergarten, and 1st Grade got a special Valentine’s treat when some Upper School students and 6th graders joined them to make Valentine’s cards.
Farragut has a passion for empowering all of its students, big and small. The Girl Scouts Troop #853 is lead this year by Residential Life Instructor, Danette Locklear, and Commandant Office Assistant, Beverly Gonczar.
The holidays are a time of family and peace for most of us, but for our troops it can be a sad time. Admiral Farragut Academy’s Lower School students set out to change that for a lucky group of service members.
This past weekend students gave back to their community. One group of students participated in a trash clean up, another spent time at a retirement community, members of the color guard presented the colors at a local St. Petersburg event, Ribfest, and Lower School students donated goods to the Ronald McDonald House. Read more
On September 30, Zach Fine ‘17 and Victoria Padovan ‘17 were two of 15 local students from eight St. Petersburg area public and private high schools that were selected for the 78th Annual Rotary Club Outstanding Youth Awards, an honor that distinguishes high school seniors who go above and beyond their duty to the community. Read more