TKA giving “raises the roof” in Homecoming Ministry focus

(West Palm Beach) – Students and families of The King’s Academy collectively raised more than $7,000 for home-building projects for those living in the barrios of Nicaragua.

Homecoming 2017 marks the second time that TKA has worked alongside the non-profit Hope Project International to serve the underprivileged.

From the donations that were collected in the lunch room to generous online giving, the TKA family raised enough money to provide homes for 6 families in the Nicaraguan community of Cristo Rey.

In January, 48 TKA students will have the opportunity to travel to Nicaragua and serve the local community through home-building and dedications.

Reflecting on the opportunity to serve, TKA Director of Student Ministries said, “The trip is an excellent opportunity for students to work extremely hard and serve others in need. We (TKA) are very blessed to be able to serve in this way.”

The King’s Academy is a National Blue Ribbon, Christian school serving more than 1,400 students from preschool through 12th grade, and is accredited by AdvancEd, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, the Association of Christian Schools International, and the Florida Association of Christian Colleges and Schools. The King’s Academy serves students and their families across Palm Beach County, Florida, at its campus at Belvedere Rd. and Sansbury’s Way in West Palm Beach and its satellite preschool campuses in Boynton Beach, Greenacres, Loxahatchee/Wellington, Palm Beach Gardens, and Royal Palm Beach. More information about The King’s Academy is available at www.TKA.net.