Beloved TKA Bible teacher of 27 years Mr. Chris Huether has written a book which is now available for download in Kindle version from Amazon. Life of Christ: The Most Compelling Life Ever Lived is a narrative nonfiction account of the life of Jesus taken from the Gospels in what is generally accepted to be… Continue Reading
TKA’s fleet of 40 busses left campus yesterday with horns honking celebrating the last day of school for the 2015-16 school year. Members of PTF were on hand to bless bus drivers with cold bottles of water and a candy treat. Faculty, staff, students, and parents were curbside waving good-bye as the buses exited through… Continue Reading
Sixth grade students from TKA and Clewiston Christian departed early yesterday morning for four memorable days in Washington D.C. They are learning about our nation’s rich heritage, visiting memorials, museums, and government facilities. Today they toured the U.S. Supreme Court, Library of Congress, and Capitol building. Tomorrow they will visit the White House, Smithsonian Museums,… Continue Reading
Seniors and their families gathered in the M. Nelson Loveland Sports and Fine Arts Center for the Senior Awards Assembly last Saturday. Seniors were presented with scholarships, awards, and graduation cords. Congratulations to Valedictorian Emily Haine (GPA 4.60), Salutatorian Makayla Richardson (GPA 4.56) and International Student of Distinction Kevin Wang (GPA 4.34). Emily Haine was… Continue Reading
TKA’s College Counseling Office works tirelessly with students to help them select and gain admission to colleges and universities of their choice. A list of college acceptances for the Class of 2016 shows once again that TKA seniors have been accepted to a broad variety of colleges, including 27 highly selective and 22 Christian colleges/universities… Continue Reading
Last Friday, TKA’s Football Lions took the field for their annual inter-squad scrimmage. The White Lions defeated the Blue Lions 39-28 in a modified game. Coach Allen was grateful for the phenomenal support from TKA’s school community. He applauded the players and coaches for working every day to get better and noted that there were… Continue Reading
It was a beautiful night of performances at the Performing Arts & Dance Spring Concert and Awards Program on Friday night. Students were recognized for their talent and their dedication. Seniors were honored for their years of participation in the Performing Arts program, and Mr. Snyder prayed for them as they prepare to graduate and… Continue Reading
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.
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.
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.