The first thing you notice about The King’s Academy running back Jason Maduafokwa is his sheer size.
“The first time I saw him, he was running around on the soccer field,” said TKA football coach Matt Lowe. “‘Who’s the giant out there running around?’ Physically he’s everything you could possibly look for in a running back. His height, his build is very impressive.”
Just weeks ago, new academy head football coach Matt Lowe was welcomed to The King’s Academy family. Students, parents and athletic enthusiasts gathered to greet Lowe and his family. Lowe talked to academy families about his coaching style and expectations as well as some goals has has for the TKA football program.
October 9 -12, 2013 – The King’s Academy celebrated homecoming week with much excitement! Students and faculty alike participated in dress-up days that included Superhero Day, Safari/Jungle Day, Make a Difference Day, and Black and Gold Day. Friday, October 12 the festivities reached their peak! The annual homecoming parade took place at 1:20 followed by a pep rally on the football field! That evening TKA welcomed alumni from the 80s to a class reunion that began before the homecoming football game. Homecoming week was once again a week loaded with fun and school spirit!
A variety of musical, dance and martial arts acts will celebrate the traditional Chinese Dragon Boat Festival at 2:00 p.m. on May 3 in Woody Auditorium on the campus of The King’s Academy. Ironically, the Dragon Boat Festival has little to do with dragons or boats. It does provide an opportunity to celebrate a wide […]
Each year the National Federation of Music Clubs provides an opportunity for students all over the country to play two pieces by American and non American composers by memory for a judge. Daniele Guo and Kurt Duelley attended the local area festival in Knoxville on March 7th. Both received certificates for superior ratings. Daniele received […]
Eniola Lasisi was honored with The National Academy of Future Physicians and Medical Scientists Award of Excellence for outstanding academic performance, leadership potential, and dedication to serving humanity through the profession of medicine after attending a conference in Washington, D.C.