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The King’s Academy Elementary School serves students in K3 (3 yr old) Pre-Kindergarten up to 5th grade. We believe in striving for excellence in all aspects of learning.  All classes are taught with a biblical worldview through sharing of God’s Word, The Holy Bible. We take great pride at TKA in our elementary school in creating and establishing strong spiritual, academic, physical, and social foundations with our students. We set high expectations for our students to model R.O.A.R. (Radical Love for Jesus & Others, take Opportunities to Serve, display Christlike Attitudes, and speak with Respectful Language), our school motto, throughout every aspect of their lives. By doing so, we emphasize how God calls us to give our very best in all that we do to honor Him, our Heavenly Father (Colossians 3:23-24; Colossians 3:17; Ecclesiastes 9:10; 1 Corinthians 10:31). Therefore, we continually seek to provide our students with the best resources, tools, and education to prepare them for this journey.

About our PreK Programs

K3 and K4

K3 and K4

The TKA PreK program is a play-based, nurturing program that focuses primarily on the TN State Standards to meet all learning needs of development for all students while implementing a Bible Worldview. This includes academics, physical, social, and emotional standards.

Students work on:

Extracurricular Activities





Hands-on Learning

Students will participate in hands-on learning through daily activities that include music, interactive board, and intentional small group lessons.


Students have an opportunity to participate in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) weekly through classroom project-based learning. An Elementary-wide STEAM week provides them more focused learning through guest speakers, programs, and partnerships with our community. 

Super Reader Week

Students celebrate a fun-filled week highlighting the importance of reading and the wonderful characters who have stimulated imaginations for generations. Coinciding with National Read Across America Week, Super Reader Week incorporates daily Dress Up Days, decorated doors and hallways, and special reading times with Guest Readers. Students also have the opportunity to visit the library for Scholastic Book Fair.

The Benefits of a Strong Early Learning Program

  • The future success of a child’s development and academic success lies within the first eight years of their life
  • The foundation for reading, mathematics, science, writing
  • The foundation for character skills, emotional and social growth, gross-motor skills, executive functioning (impulse control of problem-solving)
  • Investment in our future
  • Enthusiasm for lifelong learning

Fun Family Engagement