The students recently returned from Pennsylvania after spending 4 days exploring the birthplace of our country’s independence and the U.S. Constitution.
4th – 6th Grade Students Help Families in Need (West Palm Beach, FL) – West Palm Beach, FL- The King’s Academy’s upper elementary school students have partnered with Heifer International’s Read to Feed program and the 4th graders were thrilled to surpass their first goal of 14,000 pages before Thanksgiving! They have been busy reading… Continue Reading
(West Palm Beach, FL) – The Esther B. O’Keeffe Charitable Foundation has made a $1 million donation to The King’s Academy to endow its pre-law program. This endowment will allow the school to expand its expert legal faculty and to provide merit scholarships. In recognition of the gift, the program has been named the O’Keeffe… Continue Reading
The King’s Academy Pre-Law studies program invites you to attend a U.S. Supreme Court Forecast; an overview of legal issues in the 2018-2019 term November 15, 2018 Fourth District court of Appeal
110 S. Tamarind Avenue, West Palm Beach at 9:00-10:15 am
The King’s Academy unveiled its newest campus addition – the Boswell Science and Technology Center.
John C. Prieschl, who will be starting his senior year at The King’s Academy in West Palm Beach, recently completed the 60th Annual University of Florida Student Science Training Program.
The King’s Academy is honored to announce US Senator Marco Rubio as the keynote speaker at its 2018 Graduation Ceremony.
The King’s Academy recently received gifts totaling $1,250,000 to fund the nation’s first high school Christian pre-law program focused on the principles of liberty upon which the United States of America was founded.
On March 9th and 10th, 2018, students and faculty of The King’s Academy, a National Blue Ribbon School in Palm Beach County, Florida, will livestream the entire New Testament. The live reading will begin at 2 pm on Friday and will end at approximately 9 am on Saturday. Please join us! WATCH HERE
TKA’s history department holds its first National History Day competition. Honors middle school and high school history classes created exhibits, documentaries, websites, performances, and historical papers to showcased research related to the contest theme-Conflict and Compromise. NHD benefits students far beyond the competition as it teaches critical thinking, writing, and research skills while incorporating 21st… Continue Reading