Visual & Performing Arts

Department Philosophy

TKA's Visual and Performing Arts Department seeks to glorify God while fostering an environment where students can discover and develop their God-given talents to the fullest.  The goal is for students to share these talents not for their own glory but as a spiritual act of worship of our Creator.

The King’s Academy Visual and Performing Arts department is dedicated to presenting diverse performance opportunities, establishing an artistic community, preparing students for post-secondary endeavors, and developing the next generation of artists and audiences. We create cooperatively, initiate leadership, develop critical thinking skills, share the human experience, and teach artistry excellence

Being involved in VPA is a great way for students to make friends, get involved in a loving community, and build their confidence. Students will practice how to work as a team as well as how to independently challenge themselves in their craft. Most importantly, they will learn how to express themselves, engage their mind in a different way, try something new, or work on enhancing their skills in a subject they already know and love. 

And whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through Him (Colossians 3:17)

Cabot Theatre

Cabot Theater, a 10,000 ft2 performing arts venue, seats an audience of 475.  It is well-equipped with sound and lighting technology for full-scale theatre productions, concerts, visual and performing arts showcases, and speaking events.

View our theatre production archive.

Cabot Theatre

Cabot Theater, a 10,000 ft2 performing arts venue, seats an audience of 475.  It is well-equipped with sound and lighting technology for full-scale theatre productions, concerts, visual and performing arts showcases, and speaking events.

View our theatre production archive.

Learn more about VPA offerings and accomplishments!

  VPA Profile

Physical Education Waiver for Visual & Performing Arts Students

For students who intend to participate in Visual and Performing Arts  courses (dance, theatre, vocal and instrumental music), The King's Academy will make available a waiver for one (1) semester of Physical Education during the 9th - 10th grade years to allow for continuity in VPA courses. This waiver will be available each year during 9th - 10th grade if the student is enrolled in a World Languages course (in addition to the VPA class).  The waiver is applicable at The King’s Academy only and is not transferable to other schools, should the student transfer.