High School Administration
The administrative team works with a dedicated group of over 50 High School faculty members to create a safe, supportive, and nurturing learning environment for children.
High School Principal
(561) 686-4244, Ext. 318
High School Assistant Principal
(561) 686-4244, Ext. 350
High School Assistant Principal & Dean of Students
(561) 686-4244, Ext. 309
High School Administrative Assistant
(561) 686-4244, Ext. 318
Preparation for college is a primary objective of The King’s Academy High School program. The intellectual rigor and variety of opportunities for all students provide a foundation for future academic success.
Small Classes & Student Support
Personal attention through small classes ensures that students are challenged appropriately and guided in their work. Help classes are built into the daily schedule, and teachers also make themselves available outside class via phone, email, or appointments.
Advanced Placement (AP) Opportunities
Advanced Placement Courses are a critical part of courses that are offered at TKA. Colleges seek students that consistently are challenged and can show “a strength of schedule”. This verifies to the colleges and universities that a student exhibits college readiness. TKA offers Advanced Placement courses in all disciplines. Please refer to the course catalog for a complete list of Advanced Placement courses available.
Students may also earn dual-enrollment credits through our successful partnership with Palm Beach Atlantic University and Southeastern University. Our partnership allows our credentialed faculty to teach as an adjunct professor on the TKA campus. Additionally, students may pursue additional options through our online course offerings.
The High School Academic Support Program is an additional cost and is designed to assist students in managing and mastering the academic objectives of the secondary school curriculum. Partnering with parents, teachers, and students, the Academic Support Team works to encourage academic, social and spiritual achievement. Classroom and testing accommodations are designed to meet each eligible student’s individual needs.
A parentally placed private school student with a disability does not have an individual right to receive some or all of the special education and related services that the student would receive if enrolled in a public school under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), as amended.