The Upper School Fine Arts Department including courses in Art, Photography, and Drama classes shared their work over the first semester of the 2020-2021 school year. Here is what they’ve been working on: Read more
During formation on December 10, 2020, many cadets were recognized and given the NJROTC Physical Fitness Ribbon, and other cadets were given awards recognizing them for their dedication and success during the Titan Postal Academic Competition and the Cooper City High School Academic Challenge.
Please join us in congratulating all of our Upper School cadets on their accomplishments within Naval Science and Leadership at Admiral Farragut Academy. View Pictures on SmugMug.
- Congratulations to all of our Admiral Farragut Academy Upper School cadets on the regiment who were recently promoted on December 10, 2020. Please join us in congratulating our cadets on their outstanding achievements! View the updated lists below.
The BlueJacket Admiral Farragut Academy Fall sports teams finished their 2020 season successfully. We are proud that all of our Fall sports teams achieved academic success with all GPAs reaching above 3.0. This season we had five student-athletes set new school records, 24 qualify for regionals, and nine compete in the FHSAA State Championship.
Admiral Farragut Academy, Florida’s leading day and boarding school, is providing students with safe, in-person education during these uncertain times. Families worldwide were forced to make changes when the COVID-19 virus became a global pandemic. Schools and students adapted quickly to a virtual school setting as dining room tables became desks, laptops became classrooms.
On Saturday, November 14th, 2020, Admiral Farragut Academy upper school students along with Residential Life TAC Mentor and Dockmaster Chief Dan Kuhl participated in the 24th annual American Legion’s Veterans Day Boat Parade in Madeira Beach, Florida. This was the second year our students appeared in the parade and they were involved in various ways to support this event. All proceeds from the parade went to support local veteran’s charities.
This year, Admiral Farragut Academy’s Naval Science instructors enhanced the Operational Risk Management portion of Farragut’s curriculum. Through a partnership with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), 22 students in Naval Science II and III are being trained to become FEMA Teen Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) certified. Read more
8th grader and 7-day boarding student Cruz Helmstetter exhibited Farragut’s core values of integrity, self-discipline, and perseverance when he went above and beyond to provide for Farragut’s school-wide food drive benefiting the St. Petersburg Free Clinic (a multi-service, independent, not-for-profit human services agency providing community neighbors assistance with food, shelter and health care since 1970).
Ella Sokolowski, a senior day student from Seminole, FL, was awarded the Florida Holocaust Museum’s 2020 Anne Frank Humanitarian Award because of her hundreds of hours of community service work. Read more
Admiral Farragut Academy had the distinguished honor to have four Upper School students accepted into the 2020 United States Naval Academy (USNA) Summer STEM Program. This program is perfect for students considering careers such as coders, game developers, designers, or robotics engineers.