Students are considered for admission to The King's Academy using the following process:
Testing and Evaluation
Schedule student for testing. Some students may not require testing if appropriate school records are obtained and approved by the Testing Department. Placement testing, which consists of the reading and math portions of the Iowa or Stanford, is required for enrollment. If your child has been tested within the past year, please submit those scores. We use these scores to help us better place students in the appropriate grade level. Placement decision is determined jointly by the Admissions Committee, the parents, and the Guidance Administrator using testing, school records, and possible probation. If your student needs to be tested, please submit a $75 testing fee per student with your application. You will be contacted by the Administration for scheduling.
Family Admissions Interview
You will be interviewed by The King’s Academy Admission Committee in order to verify that our school is the best educational option for your family. This meeting also enables us to personally answer any questions about TKA. All children applying to The King's Academy along with both parents must be in attendance.
Letter of Acceptance
After the interview process, the Admissions Committee will recommend that the School Board approve or decline your family’s admission. You will receive a letter informing you of the School Board’s decision. This letter will tell you that your child has either been accepted for enrollment, has been conditionally accepted and placed on the waiting list, or has not been accepted. Due to the volume of families applying, we will not be able to communicate regarding the status of your enrollment prior to this letter.
TKA admits Students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to its Students and does not discriminate on the basis of race in administering its educational policies, admission policies, or athletic and other school-sponsored programs.