The King’s Academy is looking for the best Christian educators! We acknowledge that our faculty and staff are the key to being successful at our mission to change student lives through Christ-centered education.

We seek applicants who are professionally qualified, love junior high and high school students, and who, by the pattern of their lives, are Christian role models.

The King's Academy is building a faculty and staff team that celebrates racial, cultural, and ethnic diversity and is committed to teaching a diverse student body in a Christ-centered environment. Our talented and dedicated faculty and staff work in a supportive environment characterized by a desire to serve God and a commitment to mutual respect and collaboration.

The King’s Academy provides a competitive salary and benefits package including excellent medical, dental, life and pension plans. Pre-employment background screening is required for all positions. The King’s Academy is an equal opportunity employer.

Accreditation:  TKA received the highest level of accreditation by ACSI and WASC Commissions which granted six-year accreditation status through June 30, 2028 with a mid-cycle visit during the 2024-2025 school year.

Statement of Faith

All applicants to The King's Academy must read and sign TKA's Statement of Faith as part of the employment process. Please review below:

TKA's Statement of Faith

Employment Application

The online employment application is embedded in the individual job descriptions below.

About TKA

TKA Recognized as Common Sense School

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Rated A+ Christ-centered, College Prep School by Niche Reviews.

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Please contact Michelle Larsen, Director of Finance & Human Resources, at michelle.larsen@tka.org or (408) 481-9900 x4357

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Valuing Biblical Diversity

Believing that God has created all people in His image, The King’s Academy values and cultivates racial, cultural, ethnic, and socioeconomic diversity on campus. We recognize all persons are uniquely created by God and are given specific gifts and abilities which foster a well-rounded learning environment. We denounce the sin of racism, and we desire to create a community where students and staff from all racial and ethnic backgrounds feel welcomed and accepted. Ultimately, we desire to impact the diverse cultures of Silicon Valley and the world for the kingdom of God. – Psalm 139:14, Genesis 1:27, Galatians 3:28, and Acts 10:34-35