The King's Academy
5.00 (4 reviews)
- The King's Academy was founded in the fall of 2002.
- The goal of The King's Academy is to provide members of the church and community a school with high academic expectations and Biblical teaching.
- The King's Academy believes children are a gift of God, and strive to help all children achieve to their highest ability in all areas.
- Although The King's Academy is recognized as an exempt school by the state of Nevada, it strives to meet and exceed the academic standards set forth by the Washoe County School District.
- The King's Academy implements the ABeka curriculum for all grade levels.
- Other curriculums are used to supplement and provide a well-rounded education.
- Chapel is held every Thursday in the sanctuary, an event parents are encouraged to attend.
|Grades Offered||Grades Kindergarten-6|
|Total Students||93 students|
|Student Body Type||Co-ed|
|% Students of Color|
State avg.: 29%
|Students by Grade|
Academics and Faculty
|Total Classroom Teachers||10 teachers|
|Student : Teacher Ratio||9:1|
National avg.: 13:1
Finances and Admission
|Admission Deadline||None / Rolling|
- School Location Miles Grades Students
- Reno Grades: PK-9 | 221 students
565 Zolezzi Ln
Reno, NV 89511
(775)852-6162 9 PK-9
- Reno Grades: K-8 | 298 students
1300 Casazza Drive
Reno, NV 89502
(775)323-2931 3.8 K-8
I attended most of my elementary education at King's Academy. The Abeka curriculum was heavily beneficial to me, especially now that I am in 11th grade. Their education and the high quality skills that they teach have been extremely beneficial to my present education through the analytical, memorization, and application skills that they teach from kindergarten. While I was there, I obtained good morals and learned various, applicable skills, which allowed me to achieve a President's Award when I was in year 4. I regularly attended the summer and after school programs, which were given at a good price for the numerous activities they conducted. If you are looking for a good learning environment for younger, elementary level students, I would highly recommend this school to all parents/guardians, especially if academia is a main concern.
- Posted by Student/Alumni - Jessica
This is a great school! They offer a top notch education at a great value. Class sizes are small so that the teacher really gets to know each student. I like that they do not teach common core. Instead they use Abeka curriculum which is advanced and the students receive a very high quality education. The teachers offer free tutoring if needed. The principal and teachers are really dedicated and loving. There isn't any discipline problems and the children are taught morals. I also like that the children wear uniforms.I am so happy that both of my children attend this school.
- Posted by Parent - khanl
This is a great school. There are very high standards but the teachers help the kids reach the goals. My children think school is fun. The principal, teachers and parents all work together to do what's best for kids. My children learned cursive in first grade and were reading at a third grade level. Everyday they come home happy. Highly recommended from a mom who is also a PhD!
- Posted by Parent - Carlo
Wonderful school! My two children love going to this school. They are both above grade level and have small class sizes of no more than 12 students in a class. The teachers really get to know the students and offer private tutoring for free if needed. They do not wait for your child to fall behind. Their are not discipline problems at the school and the students are all well behaved. I like that the students wear uniforms and that the cost is a really great value. They also have a preschool, before and after care and holiday/summer break camps. The school has bible classes and chapel. My children have learned so much. The school also has students in grades by ability, instead of age. So if you have an advanced child you could have them move up instead of holding them back due to their birthday cutoff. The principal is a great leader and her and the teachers truly care about the children. We are so happy to have our children attend this school!
- Posted by Parent - khanl
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