Yes. TKA is accredited by SACS/Cognia.
99% of TKA graduates pursue college or university studies, trade schools, or enter the military.
Each year, The King’s Academy graduates are accepted to top universities and colleges across the United States. On average, over 99% of graduating seniors attend colleges and universities, trade schools, or enter the military.
- Anderson University
- Arizona State University
- Auburn University
- Austin Peay State University
- Azusa Pacific University
- Baylor University
- Belmont College
- Birmingham-Southern College
- Berry College
- Boston College
- Brescia University
- Brevard College
- California Baptist University
- California State University
- Carson-Newman University
- Charleston Southern University
- Clemson University
- Coastal Carolina University
- Concordia University, Canada
- Dartmouth College
- DePaul University
- Diablo Valley College
- Duke University
- East Tennessee State University
- Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
- Fordham University
- Full Sail University
- Georgetown College
- Georgia Technological University
- Indiana University, Bloomington
- Johnson University
- Johns Hopkins University
- Lee University
- Liberty University
- Lincoln Memorial University
- Macalaster College
- Maryville College
- Memphis School of Art
- Michigan State University
- Middle Tennessee State University
- Northwestern University
- Ohio State University
- Pellissippi State Community College
- Pennsylvania State University
- Philadelphia Baptist University
- Presbyterian College
- Purdue University
- Rice University
- Roane State Community College
- Rutgers University
- Savannah College of Art and Design
- San Francisco State University
- State University of New York
- Syracuse University
- Tennessee Technological University
- Tennessee Wesleyan College
- The Citadel
- Thomas More College
- Tusculum College
- Union University
- Universidad de Navarra, Spain
- University of Arizona
- University of California, Irvine
- University of Cincinnati
- University of Connecticut
- University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign
- University of Miami
- University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
- University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
- University of Mississippi,
- University of Missouri, Columbia
- University of Nevada, Las Vegas
- University of Oregon, Eugene
- University of South Carolina
- University of Tennessee, Chattanooga
- University of Tennessee, Knoxville
- University of Texas, Austin
- University of Toledo
- University of Washington, Seattle
- University of Wisconsin, Madison
- Virginia Military Institute
- Walters State Community College
- Washington State University
- Western Carolina University
In 2022, 88% of TKA seniors received scholarship offers to colleges or universities.
The average GPA for TKA graduating seniors for 2022 was 3.74.
Kindergarten- Must be 5 before August 15 of that school year.
PreK3- Must be 3 before August 15 of that school year and fully potty-trained.
PreK4- Must be 4 before August 15 of that school year and fully potty-trained.
Elementary students take Benchmark assessments throughout the year and, in grades 2-8, take the Iowa Assessment in the spring. Eighth grade students also take the Pre-ACT 8/9, while our freshmen Pre-ACT. Sophomores take the PSAT/NMSQT and Pre-ACT. Juniors also take the PSAT/NMSQT. Eleventh and twelfth graders have the opportunity to take the ACT on site during the school year, but students may also opt to take the SAT off campus.
IOWA Standardized Testing Results: Spring Summative Standardized IOWA testing results are proving TKA Elementary to be one of the top in the nation academically. In elementary, we set a goal to strive for National Blue Ribbon (NBR) Status meaning to be at the top 85% or higher in the nation. We achieved and exceeded the NBR cut scores in many areas throughout elementary. In areas that we didn’t quite reach NBR status, we still achieved top recognition in the nation reaching 80th percentile or higher in Reading/Language Arts and Math. This speaks volumes of the level of education being delivered at TKA.
3rd grade CAPE National Blue Ribbon Cut Scores: Reading and Language Arts (RLA) 198 and TKA surpassed this at 204.3/199.1 and English and Language Arts (ELA) 206.2/206.6. 3rd grade math CNBR cut score 196 and TKA surpassed this at 198.6/203.6 meaning we met the 85th or higher percentile in the nation for 3rd grade.
4th grade CAPE National Blue Ribbon Cut Scores: RLA 215 and TKA met the benchmark for ELA 215 and Reading just below at 209.6. Math CNBR 215 and TKA scored 209.8 which doesn’t hit the National 85th percentile for National Blue Ribbon, but we are at 80th percentile in the nation.
5th grade CAPE National Blue Ribbon Cut Scores: RLA 229 and TKA met the benchmark for ELA at 232.2 and close on Reading at 228.8. CNBR Math 231 and TKA were very close at 229.2 meaning we are higher than 80th percentile in the nation.
Click here to view Middle School testing results.
Average ACT Composite Score- 25. (Compared to the National Average Individual score of 20.3/ Tennessee average of 19.1)
Average ACT score of the top 50% – 29
Average ACT Composite Score National Rank- 80
Average ACT Math Score- 26
Average ACT Science Score- 25
Average ACT English Score- 27
Average ACT Reading Score- 24
Average student-teacher ratio is 10-1.
Classes begin at 8:00 a.m. and end at 3:00 p.m.
Yes. Care is available from 7:30-7:45 a.m. and from 3:15 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Elementary teachers are available as needed after school for academic support. Middle school students have W.I.N. time after their lunch two days each week when they are required to go to teacher’s classroom for study hall or academic support. High schoolers may go to a teacher’s class for extra help during Power Hour daily after lunch. Tutoring services are available at additional cost.
482 students are currently enrolled (9/2022).
156 high school students are currently enrolled (9/2022).
20 boarding students are currently enrolled (9/2022).
Students from an average of 12 different countries attend TKA every year.
As a part of the application process, all K4-11th grade students will take an assessment to determine readiness and current level of academic understanding. PreK4 and Kindergarten students will test one-on-one with a teacher focusing on readiness skills, following directions, and social development. Students preparing to enter grades 1-3 will test one-on-one with a teacher for mastered skills in English/Language Arts and Math. Students preparing to enter grades 4-11 will take the IXL assessment online for ELA and Math independently in the Admissions Office.
Yes. The King’s Academy offers a variety of athletics. Click here to learn more about TKA athletics.
No. TKA serves students of all faiths from all over the globe. However, subject matter in all classes is taught from a biblical perspective. All students are required to take Bible class and attend chapel every Friday. Students who are not Christians are encouraged to embrace Christianity while they are a part of the TKA family.
Fly into McGhee-Tyson Airport (TYS) in Knoxville, TN. The airport is located 20 miles from The King’s Academy. Resident life staff will pick up the student and drive him/her to The King’s Academy campus.