Private School Satellite Program
The King’s Academy Private School Satellite Program (PSP) provides support for homeschooled families with children in grades K-12. The basic program includes academic record maintenance, legal coverage, curriculum selection assistance, group activities, and one-to-one consultation with experienced leadership. PSP students are on The King's Academy affidavit.
PSP students in good standing are able to participate in TKA extracurricular activities including athletics and Visual and Performing Arts. Additionally, PSP students are welcome to attend TKA grade-level fall retreats and participate in the Tecate service trip (high school only) if they pay associated fees.
Frequently Asked Questions
No. By California law, students can only be enrolled in one school. This means that students cannot be enrolled in The King’s Academy PSP and at the same time be enrolled as a full-time student of record in another school such as online schools, charter schools, another PSP, or a family’s Private School Affidavit.
It is possible, but not typical, to have two working homeschool parents. In a homeschool family, students must have teacher supervision and should not be left home alone during school hours.
The parent is the head teacher and is responsible for submitting academic paperwork (i.e. attendance, report cards, textbook lists, and semester summaries of work accomplished) to our PSP office. Students may take classes from outside teachers or tutors who can help with paperwork, but the parent is still responsible for submitting the paperwork to our PSP office.
Yes. PSP students get accepted to colleges such as the UC system, but the college application process and requirements are different for homeschooled students.
Yes. To play sports at TKA, a student must be enrolled in The King’s Academy. However, participation on TKA Athletic teams is not guaranteed, and students must tryout to make the team roster.
Private School Satellite Program Athletic Fees
PSP Junior High Student
PSP High School Student
PSP High School Football
- There will be a $50 Late Registration Fee for any student who does not register during the two-week enrollment period and wishes to participate in that corresponding season's sport.
The PSP provides assistance in selecting curriculum. However, families are responsible for choosing and purchasing their students’ curriculum.
PSP tuition is non-refundable once the semester begins.
The PSP offers standardized testing every spring.
The PSP offers a variety of field trips for K-12 depending on interest.
The higher high school registration costs cover additional services provided for PSP high school students. Some of these services are:
- Creating and maintaining high school transcripts
- Providing individualized high school planning
- Sponsoring college workshops
- Coordinating junior college dual enrollment
- Issuing work permits
- Coordinating with the DMV to issue driver education and behind-the-wheel training certificates
- Coordinating activities with the full-time program such as AP and PSAT testing
- Coordinating Cap and Gown graduation and senior activities
- Coordinating extracurricular activities with the full-time program