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.”
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TKA Announces High School Science Fair Winners
The King’s Academy held its annual science fair in February. Students had the opportunity to choose to complete a science experiment or mentoring project. Those who chose to complete the mentoring project spent at least 10 hours learning about the profession of someone who works in a scientific career. They presented their findings using electronic media before a judge as well as their peers.
Congratulations to the following winners:
1st: Jacob Hoffman – Rot or Not
2nd: Trinity Fitch – Toxic Waltz
3rd: Harmful or Helpful? – Lydia Olson
Environmental Science – Trinity Fitch
Honorable Mention: Vitamin E. Leah Wu
Mr Beam’s Special award. Hunter Mielke. Which Ice Cream?
Mr. Grubb’s Special Award: How High? Brandon Burgess
Mrs Greene’s APES Award: Vibrations and Bacteria Growth. Jordan Razzak
The above-listed winners have the opportunity to compete at the Southern Appalachian Science and Engineering Fair at The University of Tennessee March 31, 2015.
Pharmaceutical Sales – Michael Huffaker
Landscape Engineering – Chandler Visardis
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