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agazabon - Posted Thursday, Jul 30, 2015 
Amanda Puckett '12, Capt. Alex Banks '08, LTJG Natalia Widulinski '08, Noah Silverberg '08
jvancuren - Posted Thursday, Jul 30, 2015 
Over this past summer, several recent graduates have stayed directly connected with Farragut by participating as counselors at the variety of camps being run by faculty and staff. While most of these alumni members hail from the Class of 2015, a notable exception is Howie Font '12, who has been working with the Summer@Farragut Boarding Camp.
agazabon - Posted Wednesday, Jul 29, 2015 
Since 1933, Admiral Farragut Academy has embraced a worldly education and community. Today, we represent 28 countries & 17 states. We are proud to share with a look into our diversity & global culture in this edition of Reveille. From the dormitory to our educators, we offer life lessons and global experiences to all.
agazabon - Posted Friday, Jul 17, 2015 
Our international faculty share their experience in other parts of the world and how they have been able to interact with students at Farragut. Most importantly, they reveal how much value the international connection adds to Farragut's identity.
agazabon - Posted Thursday, Jul 16, 2015 
"Farragut is like a household of brothers and sisters, except we are from all over the world," said James, whose brother, Gary, is a Farragut alumnus. "Coming back from a break always has felt special because it was like you were returning back to see your brothers, people you've lived with and grown with over the years." Continue reading >>
agazabon - Posted Tuesday, Jul 14, 2015 
From the time "Reveille" is played in the morning to when "Taps" is played in the evening, a boarding student's life is filled with opportunities to learn, grow, and bond. Farragut not only provides order and structure to help prepare students for college and beyond, but also a well-rounded experience with opportunities to be involved in signature academic programs and many extracurricular activities outside of the academic day. Students also enjoy special weekends visiting nearby theme parks like Universal Studios and Disney in Orlando or Busch Gardens in Tampa.
jvancuren - Posted Tuesday, Jul 14, 2015 
The tournament, a team vs. team bracketed tournament, is hosted annually at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Disney World. Commonly referred to as "The Disney Duals" the tournament attracts club wrestling teams and competitors of the highest caliber from all across the country.
jvancuren - Posted Monday, Jul 13, 2015 
We would like to invite parents and student-athletes to Physical Night on Thursday, July 30th at 6:00pm on campus in the Huntley Gymnasium. This is a great opportunity for all of our student-athletes in grades 6-12 to have access to a free and thorough physical examination by Dr. Thomas and Dr. Mularoni.
jvancuren - Posted Monday, Jul 6, 2015 
"The trip was an incredible experience and we are looking forward to greeting some visiting students, at Farragut, later in July," Mrs. Ewing said. "We found the students to be insightful, polite and creative."
agazabon - Posted Thursday, Jul 2, 2015 
agazabon - Posted Thursday, Jul 2, 2015 
Each year, Admiral Farragut Academy sends an accomplished list of graduates off to college and the working world. The Class of 2015 once again demonstrated excellence. Not only will this class have members going to impressive list of colleges like American, Stanford, Miami, UCLA, the U.S. Air Force Academy and the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, but it interestingly will have students attend colleges in the four corner states of the country.
agazabon - Posted Thursday, Jul 2, 2015 
Both Spencer and Howie were members of the Battalion Staff while at Farragut. Spencer was Battalion Commander and Howie was Operations Officer.
agazabon - Posted Wednesday, Jul 1, 2015 
It is with a heavy heart to share with you the passing of a hero, musician, and father, former Bandmaster CWO-4 Victor Shul USMC (retired). We were recently honored to present Victor with the first award of the CWO-4 Victor Shul USMC (retired) Band Service Award.
agazabon - Posted Wednesday, Jul 1, 2015 
We wish our Alumni community a safe and peaceful 4th of July holiday. Our offices will be closed on Friday, July 3rd.
agazabon - Posted Wednesday, Jul 1, 2015 
History teacher Mark Panuthos will appear on "Baseball from the Beginning: Tampa Bay," an original four-part series by Sunburst Productions about the people, communities and cultures that have contributed to the history of baseball in the Tampa Bay region.
agazabon - Posted Wednesday, Jul 1, 2015 
The latest edition of Reveille will be sent to you soon! Our theme this semester is "Our Global Community". Please keep a look out for your copy in your mailbox and enjoy the magazine the Advancement Team has put together for you.
jvancuren - Posted Thursday, Jun 25, 2015 
Chris Northrup '18 takes unique route in becoming Eagle Scout due to his troop being located in Saudi Arabia.
jvancuren - Posted Tuesday, Jun 23, 2015 
Brittany McGee '15 and Katie Barnett '17 compete in the Championship Division at the New Balance National Outdoor Track & Field Championships; Coach Barnhill named Coach of the Year for Boys and Girls Track by the Tampa Bay Times; Incoming senior Craig Watts, who is ranked as the No. 16 safety in 247Sports' high school football rankings, made a verbal commitment to the University of Wisconsin.
Tampa Bay Newspapers - Posted Friday, Jun 19, 2015 
Michael Dunleavy '17 of Boy Scout Troop 340 turned over his completed Eagle Scout project to Madeira Beach City Manager Shane Crawford June 6 at Madeira Beach Causeway Park.
agazabon - Posted Wednesday, Jun 17, 2015 
The award was established to honor CWO-4 Shul who was the Bandmaster from 1972–1984 and also a war veteran of WWII, Korea and Vietnam.
agazabon - Posted Wednesday, Jun 17, 2015 
The 6-10 forward played in 79 games during the regular season in which the Warriors were a league-best 67-15. Speights, 27, averaged 6.4 points and 3.7 rebounds per game while playing 12.5 minutes per contest.
agazabon - Posted Wednesday, Jun 17, 2015 
Thomas just finished up her tour on USS Wasp (lhd 1) as the Assistant Training Officer and Electronic Warfare officer where she earned the Navy Achievement Medal for her efforts put forth over the two years. "I could not be more excited about my next tour!"
agazabon - Posted Wednesday, Jun 17, 2015 
Over the past three months, Mikaela Gordon in our Advancement Office has emailed each and every class requesting updates. We could not be more pleased with the information, stories, and news we received.
agazabon - Posted Wednesday, Jun 17, 2015 
Dupré, who attended Farragut for three years from 1998 to 2001, recently performed on the Tony Awards as part of the cast of An American in Paris, the musical which debuted on Broadway on April 12, 2015. Dupré, who attended and graduated during her high school years from the exclusive Kirov Academy of Ballet in Washington, D.C., took time from her busy schedule to talk about her experience in dancing and as part of An American in Paris, which won four Tony Awards.
agazabon - Posted Wednesday, Jun 17, 2015 
Howard Sakolsky '47S was more than an alumnus of Admiral Farragut Academy. He traveled the United States in his "coach," always stopping by to say hello to members of our alumni community.
jvancuren - Posted Monday, Jun 8, 2015 
Little Captain's camp attendees had a blast last week during pirate week called "High Tide at the Sea Side". There are still four sessions left!
Chris Girandola - Posted Thursday, Jun 4, 2015 
"Alex is soft-spoken but he is loud and clear when it comes to his running," said Farragut track coach Phil Barnhill, who was named as the Times' Coach of the Year. "We didn't know what to expect from him, but he worked hard and really improved throughout the season. He has a bright future."
agazabon - Posted Thursday, May 28, 2015 
When Max Jessen and Ian Schlifstein began their speeches as Co-Valedictorians, they did so in ways that characterized themselves on an individual basis while also encapsulating the essence of Admiral Farragut Academy. While Ian -- known for his stoic demeanor -- waxed nostalgia and gratitude throughout his presentation, Max -- regarded as somewhat aloof -- used a sarcastic approach to connect with his peers and the guests invited to the ceremony celebrating the Class of 2015.
jvancuren - Posted Thursday, May 28, 2015 
Moving up ceremonies, field day, tae kwon do demonstration, 2nd and 3rd Grade Breakfast and Awards, PreK Awards
jvancuren - Posted Wednesday, May 27, 2015 
Two 5th grade students Dylan R. and Hugh S. and 2nd grade student Zach R. joined aviation instructor Mr. Ewing on a flight their parents won during the Parents' Group Auction this year.

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