The King’s Academy seeks to provide spiritual growth and academic empowerment for promising students. Our students come from around the globe—an average of 17 countries are represented—and they leave profoundly changed by the welcoming culture that we call “family.”
Information of Interest
TKA’s Hall and Thornton Improve Over Last Week’s Finish
Monday, September 10, 2012 over 900 elementary boys and girls from East Tennessee lined up for the cross country race at Cove Lake State Park. The course was over 1 mile in length, slightly longer than last week’s course at Victor Ashe Park. The King’s Academy’s elementary cross country team was ready to race! Two members from the boys team, Nathaniel Hall and Wendell Thornton, improved their finish from last week. Nate Hall moved from 3rd place to 2nd place this week while Wendell Thornton moved from 25th place to 17th place this week. Two members of the girls team, Anna Mapes and Emma McCarter, continue to improve their times as well.
Coach Mark Koss is proud of how hard his team is working this year. “Being more competitive in practice has translated into being more competitve at meets,” Koss said.
- TKA Student Art Selected for Sevier County Art Show on
- TKA Students Finish Strong at Science Olympiad Competition on
- Kaiyi Jiang Named Finalist for the Dongrun-Yao Science Award on
- Weeds or Grass: Principles from the Principal on
- Around the World and Home Again – TKA Alumni Share Global Experiences with Current Elementary Students on