Since TKA's inception in 1999, high school students have enjoyed participation in Georgia's Dual Enrollment program. This program allows high school students to take college courses at participating postsecondary institutions earning them coursework credit at both the high school and college level. On-campus classes can be taken at a number of schools including Kennesaw State University, Chattahoochee Technical College, Reinhardt College, Georgia Highlands, and the University of North Georgia. Our students have also taken advantage of dual enrollment online with Christian institutions such as Truett-McConnell University, Liberty University, and Toccoa Falls College.
We have been blessed to have a long and successful track record with dual enrollment at The King's Academy, and our students have benefited tremendously. If you have any questions regarding this program, please contact our guidance office.
Career, Technical, and Agriculture Education (C.T.A.E)
In partnership with Chattahoochee Technical College, the CTAE program prepares 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students for career readiness in a variety of technical paths. Paths include business sciences, computer information systems, digital media technologies, public and professional services, technical studies (building, transportation, manufacturing, and engineering) and health sciences. The CTAE is more than a dual enrollment program, it provides an opportunity for students to earn a certificate or an associate degree while completing their high school diploma. Due to TKA’s unique hybrid model, our students have increased flexibility to complete these courses alongside their high school coursework. Popular areas of study include:
- Computer Programming
- Web Application Development
- Design and Media Production
- Early Childhood Education
- Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Joining and Welding
- Student Involvement
The high school years are an important time of preparation for adult life. We provide numerous opportunities for students to discover their God-given talents and to learn how to engage with and serve others.