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Second graders have enjoyed reading about the wonderful adventures of Pippi Longstocking, a book full of colorful characters and exciting scenes. Students commemorated the completion of this unit by dressing up as their favorite characters yesterday. During the afternoon they acted like Pippi, who is a “thing-finder” and participated in a scavenger hunt to fill… Continue Reading

Last night under the bright lights, the varsity softball team defeated Somerset Canyon Cougars 16-1. Freshman Jordan Winters pitched a stellar game, striking out six and giving up one run. The team advances to a 2-3 home record. Their next game will be on Tuesday at American Heritage.

Wednesday, March 2nd was Dr. Seuss’s birthday and what better way for TKA elementary students to celebrate than to dress up as their favorite Dr. Seuss character and read? Dr. Seuss would be 112 this year, and while he is no longer with us, his legacy lives on in the pages of his books.

  Excitement is in the air as parent volunteers load trailers with more than 400 auction items that will be available to bid on at tomorrow night’s Mane Event. The auction will be held tomorrow evening at The Club at Admirals Cove. Parents, grandparents, and alumni parents will be coming together to support The King’s… Continue Reading

Twenty-seven students from TKA’s West Palm Beach and Clewiston campuses are currently in New York City attending the 42nd Annual High School Model United Nations Conference. These students spent more than two months doing research anticipating energized debate on a plethora of critical world issues. Twenty students are representing the republic of Turkey and two students… Continue Reading

The King’s Academy Clewiston held their Senior Luncheon last week at the McDuffie home. It was a great time of fellowship and reminiscing. Mr. Shaw, TKA main campus math teacher, delivered a challenge to the seniors to remember that they are truly better and stronger together.

Lacrosse is garnering attention for The King’s Academy! For the first varsity game in school history, the girls defeated North Broward Prep 14-13. Although the team started with few experienced players, Head Coach Brett Van Alstyne is impressed with the team’s overall drive and their 5-3 record. Likewise, the boys have put on a performance… Continue Reading

For its second year, the Mornings with Moms event a wonderful opportunity for fellowship! TKA elementary staff served teachers’ family-favorite muffins, pastries, and more to students and their moms. It is a great ministry for moms to fellowship with their kids and friends on a Friday morning. Click here to see more photos.

Elementary students raised a record-breaking $3,963 for the American Heart Association last week by participating in Jump Rope for the Heart. Last year they raised $1,658 and this year’s goal was $2,000. Not only did they meet their goal but they almost doubled it! Thank you to Coach Willcox and Coach Erneston for organizing and… Continue Reading

TKA’s sold-out Black Box Theater production of Breakfast at Tiffany’s, starring TKA junior Kristy Martin as Holly Golightly and TKA senior Gregorio Umana as Paul Varjak, is now available to watch on YouTube. Click here to watch by scene.