At TKA, we want students to be doers of the Word, serving in Jesus’ name to make a difference.
There are two elements to community service at The King’s Academy. First, high school students contribute 40 hours of yearly service yearly, and most participate in one of TKA's service trips to a variety of countries, several states in the U.S., and needy areas in California.
Read more about the TKA Service Trips.
The second is the all-school service projects that take place during the school year. The purposes of the service projects are to give every student in every grade an opportunity to serve others within the local community, and to bring more awareness to SERVICE as being an everyday attitude.
Recent Service Projects:
- Blanket drive for local shelters
- Samaritan’s Purse – Operation Christmas Child
- Canned food drive for local community agency food cupboards
- Pajama drive to benefit foster children
- Alianza bilingual tutoring program – ongoing at San Miguel school
The King’s Academy also has many clubs on campus that participate in various service projects and volunteer experiences.