Michael Duff, the conductor of the Broadway tour of 42nd Street, now playing at the Kravis Center, shared his wisdom and knowledge with TKA’s His People Honors Choir on Wednesday. It was a privilege to have him share his expertise in the field of musical theatre with our eager students.
Congratulations to TKA’s Competition Cheer team for taking 2nd Place in the Private School Division and 3rd Place in the Public School Division at FCC Nationals in Orlando on January 1st. The girls head to Dillard HS tomorrow to compete in the FHSAA region 4 Regional championships with hopes of advancing to the State Championship… Continue Reading
Congratulations to the following secondary band students who were honored with placements into Palm Beach County District Band last night. These students had to show mastery in various areas in a one-on-one audition with the county directors last night at Okeeheelee Middle School. Kudos to Chip, Jacob and Jared for making first chair on their… Continue Reading
TKA had the privilege of hosting Roger Williams University Men’s & Women’s swim teams for their annual winter training trip this past week. The prestigious school from Rhode Island spent the week training in the Full-Page Aquatic Center in preparation for the second half of their season.
With the addition of professional lighting for both the softball and baseball fields, TKA’s athletic program can expand their offerings by hosting evening games.
TKA is excited to host its Auction Underwriting Party next Saturday, January 16th at 6 PM. This year’s Underwriting Party will be held on board the Lady Atlantic while cruising the Intracoastal Waterway. We are very grateful to our sponsors to date which include: Presenting: Insurance Office of America, Regal Paint Centers, Joe & Ashley… Continue Reading
After 17 years as President of The King’s Academy (after his father Nelson served 1974-1999), Mr. Jeffrey Loveland ‘75 announced yesterday that he will step away from the role at the end of this school year…
After 17 years as president of The King’s Academy, Jeffrey M. Loveland (’75) announced today that he will step away from the role at the end of the current school year.
TKA welcomed actor Quinton Aaron, from the movie The Blind Side, to a special assembly for secondary students on Friday, November 13th.
The King’s Academy offered a drunk and distracted driving education program and simulator for its students on Friday, October 30th. UNITE’s Arrive Alive Tour® program uses a high-tech simulator, impact video, and a number of other resources to educate the public about the dangers of drunk driving and texting while driving. The simulator allows participants… Continue Reading