Admiral Farragut Academy parent, female wrestling coach, and K9 trainer, Sheriff Deputy Tony LoRusso, invited students in 3rd-6th grade to attend the United States Police Canine Association, Inc. (USPCA) K9 field trials in Pinellas County. Admiral Farragut Academy takes pride in exposing our young students to different career paths and was grateful to attend. Read more
Enterprise Village is a self-contained economic education program that provides a hands-on learning experience for 5th-grade students throughout Pinellas County.
The Advanced Placement United States History (APUSH) class at Admiral Farragut Academy recently attended their 13th annual Cannon School at the National Park Service Headquarters in St. Augustine, FL. Read more
As the culmination of a six-week, integrated unit in math class with Mr. Tracy Parks, the 7th-grade class spent a day using their skills at Finance Park. Read more
Over the summer, Farragut students Jared Ariza, Justin Ariza, and Erik Sokolowski, all class of 2020, and Dylan Miksch ‘19 represented Admiral Farragut Academy at The 2018 Washington Youth Summit on the Environment (WYSE) in Washington, D.C. It was a notable achievement and all four boys represented AFA admirably. Read more
On Thursday, May 8, Lower School Science teacher Henry Sadler took his 6th-grade Life Science classes on a field trip to the Peace River in Arcadia, FL, as an extension on their unit on fossils.
On Thursday, January 25th, Science Department Chair and Upper School Marine Science and Biology teacher Sari Deitche, along with 4th-7th Grade Science & Marine Science teacher Henry Sadler, took a group of eight students from the Upper and Lower Schools to the Regional Ocean Conference for Students (ROCS) Conference at the Florida Aquarium.
On Friday, January 19th 5th-grade students spent the day at Enterprise Village by the Stavros Institute. Enterprise Village is a self-contained economic education program that provides a hands-on learning experience unlike any other. Read more
By Valentina Fornaro Galliano ‘19, international student from Argentina and Public Affairs Officer for the regiment.
On Marther Luther King Day, Monday, January 15th, Admiral Farragut Academy took us, the boarding cadets, to Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, FL. The Kennedy Space Center is one of ten National Aeronautics and Space Administration field centers where astronauts are trained and spacecrafts are launched. There, we were given the opportunity to train like astronauts and learn about space in a very unique way.
The Advanced Placement United States History (APUSH) class at Admiral Farragut Academy recently attended their 10th annual Cannon School at the National Park Service Headquarters in St. Augustine, FL.