We are pleased to announce that Thelma Cabantac (pronounced Kah-Ban-Tac) has joined Admiral Farragut Academy as our new Senior Naval Science Instructor. She is the first female named to that position at Farragut. Read more
Congratulations to the following cadets who have been promoted during the 1st quarter of the 2019-20 school year. Read more
On February 11th Admiral Farragut Academy had an opportunity to recognize one of its top leaders during the morning formation. The Academy is pleased to announce that CLTJG Shyann Laporte ’20, an outstanding cadet, has been recognized as one of only five students to be chosen from among hundreds as a winner of the West Point Society of West Florida’s prestigious General Norman H. Schwarzkopf Leadership Award.
It is with great pleasure that we introduce the Regimental Leadership Staff for the 2nd semester of the 2018-19 school year.
Gulf Beach Masonic Lodge No. 291 recognized Farragut Cadet Shyann LaPorte ’20 with the presentation of the ‘Steven M. Fetherman JROTC Excellence Award’ on November 29th at the Lodge’s Annual Awards Dinner. This award is presented to a JROTC student who excels academically, demonstrates strong leadership skills, and is active in the community and school.
On Saturday, December 1st, the AFA Drill Team completed its season by competing at a NJROTC Area 07 sanctioned competition at Gaither High School in Tampa. Along with 19 other schools, our team challenged for trophies in Academics, Personnel Inspection, Basic Armed and Unarmed Drill, Color Guard, and Athletics.
Here at Admiral Farragut Academy, we shape the future, building leadership and character, one cadet at a time. Our rich Naval heritage and deep commitment to our students is what unites and inspires us. Students here, experience a college preparatory environment that readies them to be exceptional, global citizens. As our alumni will attest, it’s been that way since we began in 1933.
Watch this inspiring and powerful video that was premiered during Farragut’s Alumni Homecoming Weekend this past October to pay tribute to our school’s 85 years of developing leaders.
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The military education model provides students with a unique environment with the structure, organization, and focus on character and leadership that helps these students understand, appreciate, and achieve their fullest potential. Read more
At morning formation on Wednesday, September 6, Naval Science announced cadet promotions for the beginning of the 2018-2019 school year.