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The King’s Academy is pleased to announce the hiring of former University of Florida standout, and Major League Baseball player Brad Wilkerson as the Lions Head Baseball Coach, effective immediately. Coach Wilkerson takes over the helm for Doug Magaw who recently resigned at TKA, to return to John I Leonard where he continues to work… Continue Reading

Orietta as Christine in Phantom of the Opera

Hailed as the “Best Musical Ever!”, The King’s Academy Theater Company soared to new heights with its final production of the 2013-2014 season, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera. Under the direction of Artistic Director, David Snyder and full orchestra directed by Sonia Santiago, the talented cast of 120 transported the audience back… Continue Reading

As seen on national TV, TKA 8th grader Lauren Arrington has made quite an impact in the marine science community with her 6th grade science project proving that Florida’s invasive lionfish can survive in low salinity or fresh water environments. Dr. Craig Layman, Chancellor’s Faculty Excellence Fellow at North Carolina State University said that Lauren’s… Continue Reading

June 10, 2014 – Five gifted and talented seniors made history on Friday, June 6th as the first graduating class of The King’s Academy Clewiston. Since opening its doors in August, 2010 The King’s Academy Clewiston, which offers a fully-accredited Christian academic program, has continued to experience growth both academically and spiritually, culminating in this… Continue Reading

June 4, 2014 – The King’s Academy has a long-standing tradition of placing its graduating seniors in the top collegiate acting programs across the United States.   The Hollywood Reporter recently released an article titled The 25 Best Drama Schools in 2014.  They polled 60 top casting directors and agents to reveal a hierarchy of dramatic… Continue Reading

“I thought my project could help people understand lion fish not only are affecting ocean ecosystems but also estuaries, which are important because they serve as nurseries for many fish species.”  Lauren Arrington With her 6th grade science project, Lauren Arrington, a student at The King’s Academy, spurred important scientific research of invasive lionfish.  Dr…. Continue Reading

Senior Bradley Johnson is continuing The King’s Academy’s long-standing tradition of placing its graduating seniors in the top collegiate acting programs across the United States.  Bradley has been accepted into the BA Acting Program at the highly esteemed Florida State University. US News and World Report listed the acting program of Florida State University in… Continue Reading

  Attention all present 6th and 7th grade students: Auditions will be held On May 20-22 for our Middle School production of Willy Wonka which will be premiered October 27-November 1. Please know that the production of Willy Wonka will be a first semester project for all those students in Junior High Performing Arts and… Continue Reading

The King’s Academy recently announced the selection of its 2014-2015 Prefect Council.  The council is made up of senior leaders who possess an uncompromising commitment to the school’s values and ideals. To be considered students must submit a nomination form, go through an interview, and be selected by a team of administrators and teachers.  The… Continue Reading

Jostens, the leading producer of yearbooks and student-created content, recently announced that The King’s Academy’s high school yearbook program has been named a 2014 Jostens National Yearbook Program of Excellence. The National Yearbook Program of Excellence designation recognizes dynamic school yearbook programs. It recognizes yearbook staffs and advisers who create engaging yearbooks for their school… Continue Reading