“Every day I am encouraged and inspired by the legacy of academic and spiritual excellence imparted to me by my years as a student at the academy. When I look into the eyes of my students, I see children of God, and take my responsibility to serve them seriously, as my gifted and dedicated teachers did for me at [The King's Academy].”
- Carmen Brown (Class of 1988), Teacher, Knoxville, TN
Admission to The King’s Academy
The King’s Academy enrolls students of average and above average ability in grades PreK through twelve. The academy enrolled 484 students during the 2012-2013 school year. The diverse student body included representatives from 13 foreign countries. Typically, over 95% of the graduating seniors continue their education at a college or university.
To ask questions, schedule a visit, or receive information about The King’s Academy, fill out our Online Inquiry Form; call us at 865-573-8321; email us at email@example.com; or write to us at: The King’s Academy, 202 Smothers Rd, Seymour, TN 37865.
Becoming a TKA Student
The King’s Academy staff understands that choosing a new school can be both an exciting and daunting challenge. We are ready and willing to assist you and your family with every step of the admission process. You may have lots of questions. If we don’t know the answers, we will do our best to find the answers for you. Our goal is to help you make an informed choice. If The King’s Academy is where God is leading you, we want to make the transition process as smooth and as easy as it can be.
Visiting The King’s Academy Campus
We have found over the years that visiting our campus is the best way for people to get to know us. Meeting members of the TKA family and walking around our historic, peaceful campus will give you the best sense of what being a TKA student is like. If possible, visit when you can experience the energy and enthusiasm of a regular school day between August and May.
Visiting The King’s Academy campus will give you the opportunity to talk with the Admissions Director, students and faculty. Prospective boarding students will have the opportunity to meet the resident life staff and see the dorms. The Admissions Director will meet with you personally and discuss your interests and activities, and to help guide you through your next steps.
Of course, if you live in Africa or Asia or another location where you can’t simply come by our campus for lunch, we know that a visit will be difficult. We will do our best to help you come to know and see our campus through conversations with staff, pictures and video. We have found that communicating via Skype is helpful. We want you to have all the information you need to make one of the most important decisions of your life.