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Student Life means Spiritual Life

Trinity Evangelical Presbyterian Church serves as the Spiritual covering of The King's Academy. Visit the church web site.

For the 2017-2018 Scriptures, please select: Elementary School | Middle/High School

 

Chapel

The Kings Academy uses Scripture as the foundation for all chapels.

Chapels are a time of commitment to worship and to the scripture for spiritual and personal growth.  This is where the students are taught to understand that they have a purpose and a destiny in God and also how to live a lifestyle that brings God honor.  Chapels are held once a week for TKA students and students are required to attend as part of their Bible class. They are lead by TKA staff or visiting pastors, missionaries, and other speakers. The upper/middle school worship is student led.

The purpose of the chapels is for worship and spiritual challenge. Students are always encouraged to worship as they are comfortable.

Parents are welcome and encouraged to attend chapels.

2017-2018 Chapel Times are:

Elementary School - Wednesdays at 1:00 pm to 1:45 pm

Middle/High School - Fridays at 10:35 am to 11:35 am

Bible

TKA's goal is to nurture all students spiritually as they grow to understand and apply Biblical truths within their own lives while establishing a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

Bible helps set the course of the day at TKA.  Our Bible curriculum covers the Old Testament and the New Testament. Each grade incorporates Bible as part of the curriculum. In keeping with scripture that teaches us to hide God's Word in our hearts that we might not sin against Him, scripture memorization is an important aspect of the training at TKA. Parents are encouraged to review the scripture with their child. The King's Academy uses scripture as the foundation for all Bible classes.

National Day of Prayer- The first Thursday of May the student body of TKA joins our nation in a time of prayer for the nation.

High School Retreat- The retreat is held at the beginning of each school year with the purpose of enriching relationships with God and with each other.