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Aquatic Center Ribbon Cutting

The King’s Academy dedicated the Full-Page Aquatic Center on Thursday, April 2nd with a special ceremony and ribbon cutting. The Lions Swim Team took ceremonial first laps as a crowd of secondary students, board members, and invited guests cheered them on. Throughout the afternoon, elementary students toured the pool facility and took home a special… Continue Reading

The King’s Academy College Counseling Office is committed to helping students identify the types of schools they want to pursue as they continue their college searches.  Last month fifty juniors travelled from TKA’s West Palm Beach and Clewiston campuses on a two-day tour of Florida colleges and universities.  They visited the University of Florida, University… Continue Reading

TKA performing arts students in Times Square

More than 60 performing arts students and chaperones from The King’s Academy recently returned from a five-day trip to New York City, the cultural capital of the nation.  Highlights of the trip included three best-selling Broadway shows (An American in Paris, Finding Neverland, and On the Town), a back stage tour of Radio City Music… Continue Reading

The King’s Academy Theatre Company presents a concert performance of Titanic the Musical. The musical play, TITANIC, examines the causes, the conditions, and the characters involved in this ever-fascinating drama. The majestic vocal score and soaring orchestration tell the unforgettable story of the TITANIC and her passengers. You won’t want to miss our choir, principal… Continue Reading

TKA sophomore Andrew Kozan will tee off in his first Professional Golf Association (PGA) Tour event as an amateur tomorrow at 7:30AM ET at the Puerto Rico Open in Rio Grande, PR.  Andrew earned a Sponsor’s Exemption into the PGA TOUR event in Puerto Rico by winning the American Junior Golf Association’s (AJGA) Puerto Rico… Continue Reading

Congratulations to TKA’s Competitive Cheer team. They recently capped off another great competition season. The girls earned many honors this year including a first place win at Seminole Ridge High School and first place and highest score in the state out of 68 competing teams at FHSAA Regionals.  They took 3rd place at the FHSAA… Continue Reading

The King’s Academy congratulates 2005 alumni, Tess Soltau, in being cast as Glinda in the hit musical WICKED on Broadway! Tess Soltau graduated from The King’s Academy in 2005 after studying extensively in the Fine Arts Department under the direction of David Snyder. She held lead roles in various productions while at TKA including Eponine… Continue Reading

The King’s Academy was pleased recognize the signing of scholarship offers and National Letters of Intent by four of our student-athletes on Wednesday, February 4th. The strong character, dedication, and commitment by these seniors led them to realize their dreams of becoming collegiate athletes. Soccer Coach Glenn Martin, Lacrosse Coach Jack East, and former Softball… Continue Reading

The King’s Academy’s Theater Company wrapped up a ten show run in their Black Box Dessert Theater this weekend to sold out audiences. The intimate setting in this seventy-two seat theater proved to be perfect in combination with the superb acting of the cast of Anne of Green Gables. The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams… Continue Reading

Mrs. Cathe Smythe, Abigail Martin, Olivia Smolchek, Benji Huether, and Chris Erneston

Seventh grade students in history class at The King’s Academy are making an impact in their world.  They recently worked with Voice of the Martyrs to help bring the gospel to guerillas in the jungles of Colombia. They made parachutes that will be used to deliver Christian literature, Bibles, and solar-powered radios by a missionary… Continue Reading