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The King’s Academy is honored to have US Congressman Brian Mast as the 2017 Graduation Commencement Speaker.

(West Palm Beach) – A message from the president of The King’s Academy Mr. Randal L. Martin announced the opening of TKA’s new Center for Performing Arts. On May 4th, the King’s family will first experience this new building as Conservatory of the Arts students sing, dance, and play in TKA’s staging of Funny Girl!… Continue Reading

(West Palm Beach) – The King’s Academy is pleased to announce senior Jennifer Spell who will represent The King’s Academy at the Florida’s Homecoming Queen on May 7, 2017 at the Holiday Inn Disney Springs in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Jenny was selected as a state finalist based on her application and her selection as The… Continue Reading

(West Palm Beach) – The King’s Academy had a very fun Tuesday celebrating Pi Day, 3.14. The challenge for high school students, created by the Math National Honors Society at TKA, was to recite Pi, the infinite number. Students who recited more than 15 digits received a piece of pie. However, the top three students… Continue Reading

(West Palm Beach, FL) The King’s Academy completed a successful run at this year’s Regional Florida Science Olympiad and will be heading to the State Tournament at UCF on March 25th, 2017. This past Saturday, TKA placed 6th out of 45 registered teams, qualifying them for the State Tournament. Over an 8-hour period, FAU hosted… Continue Reading

(West Palm Beach, FL) –  The King’s Academy Odyssey of the Mind team won the regional tournament this past weekend held at Suncoast Community High School. Odyssey of The Mind is the world’s largest creative problem solving competition for children. The team, comprised of sixth-graders Julian Bonilla (6th grader), Kala Nores, Ella Rodila and Max… Continue Reading

TKA’s “CAMP ROAR” is prepared to entertain and love your children this summer!

Eighty Students Sing and Dance at the Inaugural’s Welcome Concert in Washington DC.

Coach Allen led the Lions to the Southeastern Football Conference championship and an 11-0 overall record, was named the Independent Coach of the Year.

Varsity Boys’ Soccer at The King’s Academy resides in a district full of strong competition, but ‘cautious optimism’ is the feel around the Lions’ program in the month of December. The 2016-17 Lions have proven to be a stubborn defensive unit. Through 10 games, the Lions have only allowed 13 goals, including 3 shut outs…. Continue Reading