TKA’s elementary choir King’s Kids visited senior residents of The Classics last Friday and entertained them with a beautiful musical performance. The residents of The Classics look forward to this much-anticipated visit each year.  Click here  to view more photos.

Fairytale Day

Yesterday was Fairytale Day in first grade. Students dressed as their favorite fairytale character and enjoyed special classroom activities throughout the day including a parade through the hallways to display their wonderful costumes.

Physics Electromagnetic Project

As part of their final project, TKA 9th grade Physics Honors students in Mrs. Arrington’s class were challenged to build an electromagnet that holds at least 1kg.

Last Secondary Chapel for the Year

Secondary students attended their final Chapel for the 2015-2016 school year.

Tyler Hamilton

The King’s Academy is pleased to announce Tyler Hamilton as Director of Athletic Training for the 2016-2017 school year.

law scales and gavel

The King’s Academy has launched a Pre-Law Program for students tenth grade and above.

Conservatory of the Arts logo

The King’s Academy is pleased to announce the launch of The King’s Academy Conservatory of the Arts.

Jacob and Kyle

The King’s Academy is pleased to announce students Junior Jacob Brodnick and Freshman Kyle Martin who will be attending world class engineering summer camp programs at the Naval Academy and the Air Force Academy!

Chris Hobbs

The King’s Academy is pleased to announce the hiring of Chris Hobbs as the Varsity Boys Basketball Coach 2016-17 school year. Hobbs will also be the Associate Athletic Director.

TKA pitcher throwing baseball

TKA’s Varsity Lions Baseball have won their last four games and are seeded 2nd for the upcoming district playoffs. The Lions had a stellar performance on Monday in a district game against American Heritage. They battled 10 innings and 3 1/2 hours for the 3-2 win!  Sam Cornelius and Austin Sharkey kept the momentum of… Continue Reading