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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

TKA junior Marco Bernal competes in the equestrian sport of dressage and he recently returned from competing for his native country of Colombia in Mexico. While Marco was the youngest competitor seeking to qualify for the 2015 Pan-American games, which leads to the Olympic Games, he qualified both as an individual and with his team,… Continue Reading

TKA Broadcasting team

The King’s Academy recently announced the launch of Studio 70, a state-of-the-art broadcasting studio. The addition of Media Studies and Broadcast Journalism to the school’s curriculum will give students in grades 9-12 the opportunity to engage in every aspect of television and sound production. Whether their interest is to be in front of or behind… Continue Reading

On November 12th, more than 60 ladies gathered at the Old Palm Clubhouse in Palm Beach Gardens for a Fall Gift Gathering Party. The event was generously hosted by Silent Chair Ellen Hobbs, in support of The King’s Academy’s 2015 Mane Event Dinner & Auction. No details were overlooked as guests were treated to a wonderful… Continue Reading

The King’s Academy’s Homecoming 2014 took place during the week of October 13.  This year’s theme was “A Blast from the Past!” with each grade picking a different decade to represent.  The week was packed with school spirit, fun, and healthy competition.  Each day of the week, King’s students and staff dressed according to a… Continue Reading

The King’s Academy Preschool (TKAP) participated in Read for the Record yesterday at all four locations in partnership with the Literacy Coalition of Palm Beach County.  The Jumpstart’s Read for the Record is a national campaign to bring preschool children together with valued grownups in their lives to read the same book, on the same… Continue Reading

West Palm Beach, Florida, September 30, 2014 – The King’s Academy’s Elementary School was designated as a National Blue Ribbon School today by U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan. The King’s Academy Elementary School is being recognized as an “Exemplary High Performing School” as measured by performance on assessments referenced against national norms. The King’s… Continue Reading