Students at The King’s Academy organize and participate in a variety of special interest clubs. The nature of the clubs varies from sports and language interests, to art and spiritual interests, to academic and technical interests. At TKA, clubs are initiated by students each year. A student must first secure the support of a staff sponsor in order to charter a club.
Note: Current TKA students and parents can find a complete list of current clubs, including the names of the student leader and staff sponsor along with meeting times/locations, in the Portal on the Forms/Resources page in the "Student Clubs" folder.
These are some of the Student Clubs that have been organized in past years.
The goal of this club is to prepare students to answer questions that cover a wide range of academic topics and participate in local competitions.
The TKA Ambassadors Club exists to provide TKA shadow hosts with training for and encouragement in their roles as TKA ambassadors to prospective students. Training includes role-playing and shadow de-briefs. Periodic celebrations for ambassadors.
The purpose of this club is to spread God’s love through random acts of kindness by showing teacher appreciation, organizing stress-relief events, and doing things that make people smile.
The purpose of this club is to increase our capacity to have relationships with others by learning and practicing sign language.
The goal of this club is to bring junior high and high school girls together to celebrate the way God created us through artistic expression. We will do this through the use of cosmetics to showcase our natural beauty.
The purpose of this club is to provide an opportunity for students to play badminton, as well as introduce the game to those who are interested in learning.
The goal of this club is to bring junior high and high school girls together to grow as women in Christ. We will do this through encouragement, one-on-one bonding, and fun activities.
The purpose of this club is to create long-lasting friendships through teaching and playing various board games.
The purpose of this club is to pair upperclassmen with 6th grade boys to build a connection and create a more tight-knit community through the sharing of meals, participation in events, and prayer groups.
The purpose of this club is to provide a friendly environment that inspires students to develop new skills.
The purpose of this club is to create long-lasting friendships through teaching and playing various card games including Bridge, Hearts, and Spades.
The purpose of this club is to build enduring relationships and exercise our logic and thinking skills through playing the game of chess.
The purpose of this club is to help students who want to learn programming develop useful skills while bringing glory to God.
The purpose of this club is to bring atheletes together to grow in their faith and sportsmanship through devotions and healthy competition.
The purpose of this club is to explore computer science and learn how to balance between technology and faith, as well as exploring the world of Java to prepare for the AP Computer Science test, through programming and field trips.
The purpose of this club is to meet with students who are interested in criminal law to develop skills which will enhance their interests.
The purpose of this club is to create more Christian leaders in the business sector. We will learn more about business and entrepreneurship by creating mock businesses, attending seminars, etc.
The purpose of this club is to unite students and teach them how to make handmade creations through sewing and knitting.
FCA is a non-profit organization that is in schools all around America. FCA’s goal is to present to athletes, coaches, and all whom they influence the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, and to serve Him in all aspects of their lives. In this club we will have game days and have Christian (professional/college) athletes join us as guest speakers.
The purpose of the Film Club is to create and share independent films. Through creating films and possibly entering competitions, this club will encourage people of different talents to work together as a community.
TKA has a High School Robotics team that competes in FIRST Tech Challenge that start in the fall season. Our mission is to establish a sustainable robotics program at The King’s Academy so that we may inspire students to develop leadership skills and interest in STEM activities. For more information, please visit TKA Robotics Team web page
This club will provide opportunities for students who are interested in French language and francophone cultures to broaden their understanding of both and to practice their language skills with others.
The purpose of this club is to inspire academic excellence encouraging students to reflect on global events and their role in society.
This club aims to broaden the view of golf from just a sport to a bonding community activity through education seminars, group practices/tournaments, and fundraising/charity activities. It will provide prospective golf players a mutually motivating team environment, even outside the sport itself.
The purpose of this club is to share the love of Christ with others through handmade arts and crafts.
The High School Tech Challenge Team is an engineering club centered on fellowship, creative thinking, and the exploration of God’s creation through science and math. In this club we will be designing and later building a device to compete in the Tech Challenges, as well as learning engineering principles and applying math.
Our goal is to help spread hope to children around the world by organizing fundraisers and sending care packages to children in need. We also hope to be involved in helping with VBS at San Miguel School.
The purpose of this club is to educate students and help them understand the dynamics of the culture of the people of India through foods, games, and celebrations.
The purpose of this club is to help students learn about different cultures in the world, as well as to introduce international students at TKA to each other and all the other students.
The purpose of this club is to give students a place to exercise their God-given artistic talents. We will cultivate these gifts and exercise them through assisting the school’s theatrical endeavors.
The King’s Academy Jesters is a traveling theatre group devoted to sharing God’s love and the love of acting with children in our neighborhood by performing at local elementary schools.
The purpose of this club is to bring the love of Christ to children in hospitals and foster care.
The purpose of this club is to help students learn Mandarin through student-led lecture, as well as gain an in-depth understanding of Chinese culture.
This will be a loving environment where students can come to have fun with friends while solving math problems or getting help from others. Will also participate in math competitions.
MLOT is a club where students who have a common interest in the medical field can gather together to grow and solidify their practical knowledge for their future careers by providing volunteer opportunities, working on research projects, and listening to knowledgeable and experienced speakers with medical backgrounds.
This club engages in an authentic simulation of the United Nations system by learning about the skills of debate, compromise, conflict resolution, and negotiation. Club members will have fun learning about the workings of world diplomacy through the lens of current events.
The purpose of this club is to teach students practical outdoor skills while enjoying a shared love for nature.
The purpose of this club is to create a healthy environment for students to analyze the effects of cinema in our daily lives and to be equipped to make healthy decisions.
To spread God’s love in our communities through music.
The purpose of this club is to create a platform for all ping-pong lovers to play and make friends with others who share similar interests. Will participate in matches regularly.
The purpose of this club is to introduce TKA students to programming, as well as bringing together experienced students to work together on projects, listen to guest speakers, watch online lessons, etc.
The purpose of this club is to educate fellow students about first aid and conduct blood drives.
This club is for students interested in the sciences to have an environment for intense scientific learning through discussions, practices, and competitions/ tournaments.
This is a time for 6th grade girls to meet together to study the Bible, learn more about God, and deepen their relationship with Him.
The purpose of this club is to learn more Spanish language and culture through crafts, food, and music.
The purpose of this club is to display God’s love through speaking out with random acts of kindness around the community.
The purpose of this club is to practice our squash skills in preparation for competition with other high schools.
The purpose of this club is to provide knowledge and a place to learn about the STEM field through guest speakers as well as performing volunteer work in the field.
This club will focus on creating a unique environment where students can apply their knowledge to real world problems and adapt to the changing world of technology. We will discuss adaptations in ideology, marketing and business, focusing on turning new ideas into reality.
The purpose of this club is to create a fellowship of students who enjoy reading and writing articles on technology and media. In addition to writing articles, we will create videos and podcasts relating to technology and media based news
The purpose of this club is to study and educate students on topics such as science, history, literature, math, etc. in preparation for participation in NAQT tournaments.
The purpose of this club is for interested students to have an opportunity to play and improve their ultimate Frisbee skills.
The purpose of this club is for students to get together and discuss novels, while expanding their knowledge of literature comprehension. Students may also have the opportunity to participate in national writing contests.