David Glasgow Farragut High School

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David Glasgow Farragut Middle/High School
PSC 819, Box 63
FPO AE 09645-0005

Coordinates36°37′57″N 6°19′52″W / 36.63250°N 6.33111°W / 36.63250; -6.33111Coordinates: 36°37′57″N 6°19′52″W / 36.63250°N 6.33111°W / 36.63250; -6.33111
School typeDoDEA
School districtDoDEA Europe South
PrincipalDr. Kristen Warner
Education systemDoDDS
Classes offeredRegular, Honors, Advanced Placement
School color(s)     Blue
SportsWrestling, Football, Soccer, and Basketball
NicknameRota MHS
Team nameAdmirals
Communities servedNaval Station Rota Spain

David Glasgow Farragut High School is a secondary school for students in grades 6 through 12 located on Naval Station Rota Spain. DGF High School (also referred to as Rota High School) is a member of the Mediterranean District of the Department of Defense Dependent Schools (DoDDS) operated by the Department of Defense Education Activity.


Since 1975, Rota High School has been an accredited member of AdvancED (formerly North Central Association). Students complete a minimum of 26 courses and exams in regular and Advanced Placement (AP) classes with an opportunity to obtain college credit.

Extracurricular activities[edit]

The DGF High School mascot and athletic emblem is the Admiral in honor of Adm. David Glasgow Farragut. The school colors are blue, white, and black.


The Admirals compete in a variety of athletic activities at the Division II level and for an opportunity to win DODDS European Championships. Fall sports include: cheerleading, American football, volleyball, golf, and cross country; winter sports include: cheerleading, boys and girls basketball, and wrestling; spring sports include: soccer, softball, and track and field.

Clubs and activities[edit]

Honors Band & Choir, After School Club: Academic Support, Junior National Honor Society, Art Club, Color Guard, Math Counts, Spanish Club, Drama Club, Model US Senate, Student Council, Drill Team & Marksman Team, MS Intramurals, International club, Peer mediation team, Student 2 Student Club, Future Business Leaders of America, National Honor Society, Yearbook, Future Teachers of America, and Navy JROTC.

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