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Farmington Sailor Continues Seabee Tradition

Subscriber onlyGULFPORT, Miss.- "We Build, We Fight" has been the motto of the U. S. Navy's Construction Force, known as the "Seabees," for the past 75 years. Farmington native and 2009 Farmington High School graduate, Navy Constructionman Brent Garrison, builds and fights around the world as a member of a naval construction battalion center located in Gulfport, Miss. Continue reading...

School Administration

Subscriber onlyJon Purifoy, Principal Continue reading...

Farmington High Fast Facts

Subscriber onlyPerforming Arts Center/Cardinal Arena Continue reading...

Where No Cardinal Has Gone Before

AN INSIDE LOOK AT FARMINGTON’S PRE-ENGINEERING PROGRAM

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- Instructor Jed Beall and his students in Farmington's career academy pre-engineering program are boldly venturing where no Cardinal has gone before. Continue reading...

Broadcast Facilities Open Up Future Opportunities

STUDENTS GET HANDS-ON EXPERIENCES

Subscriber onlyFarmington High School's new broadcast journalism suite is giving students hands-on experiences to produce student-driven videos, news casts and live streaming using top of the line technology and equipment. Continue reading...

Reid Petrie, Sophomore

Subscriber only"This school is a huge improvement from last year with two stories and everything is new and fancy. I like all the equipment and technology we have here, even down to little things like the desks. A favorite of mine is the windows and views out of all the classrooms. We have bigger windows and I love the views. They allow a lot of sunlight to come in and that makes it easier to stay awake in classes. Continue reading...

Pascal Bennett, Senior

Subscriber only"I like the new broadcasting room. It's got the vocal booth which is really nice and cool new equipment. We have a whole room dedicated to filming. We have a green wall and we have a control room that has sound boards, tricastor and tons of broadcasting equipment in there. It's just a huge step up from what we used to have. That's great. Continue reading...

Claire Luther, Sophomore

Subscriber only"I think my favorite part about the new high school is all the specific classes we can take and how everything is specialized. I'm very interested in business and entrepreneurship and we have lots of business classes where I can pursue that. I think everyone has a place that they can really grow and find out what they want to do in life. They can get the preparation they need to follow that and even if they don't go to college, they have specialized classes that prepare you to go into the workforce. I just think it's a great way to get us ready for the next step in our lives." Continue reading...

Hands-On Learning In Biomedical Science Pathway

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- Farmington High School students who complete the four-year biomedical science pathway will be rewarded with their own personalized white lab coats and have a leg up to pursue a career in the medical field. Continue reading...

Coaching In The Classroom

FARMINGTON STUDENTS LEARN LIVE-SAVING MEASURES

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- A loose ball knocked into the backcourt sends both teams scrambling for control late in the fourth quarter of a high school basketball game. Continue reading...

Process Leading Up To 100 Days

Subscriber onlyOn the first 100 days of the new high school, I have taken time to reflect on the process that has led to this day. Continue reading...

Julia Knox, Junior

Subscriber only"I came here from Fayetteville and it seemed small at first. But now that we have this new school, it seems a lot different. Continue reading...

Seth Swain, Junior

Subscriber only"I just want to talk about the new high school compared to the old high school. As Pascal said, we grew in technology and our rooms are a whole lot bigger than they used to be. I just remember the differences in classes and along with our science labs, we've grown in lab equipment. They have their own lab stations in each lab room now. It makes it easier for them to do labs in each class specifically to get more education on those specific topics. Continue reading...

Coaching In The Classroom

FARMINGTON STUDENTS LEARN LIVE-SAVING MEASURES

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- Preparation and training empower first responders and citizens to cope with emergencies, those concepts are what Brad Johnson conveys to Farmington Career Academies students as he teaches Advanced Health. Continue reading...

Journey To The Center Of Career Academies

Subscriber onlyFarmington's journey towards adopting a career academy model started well before my term in administration. Although the school was having pockets of success, the question emerged about what can we do better to prepare ALL of our students for life after high school. Continue reading...

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