An Accredited K4-6 Grade School
With plans to expand to 8th grade
Admissions
​The King’s Academy partners with like-minded families to achieve its vision of spiritually equipping and academically training its students. Therefore, a thorough admissions process has been established to ensure that our unique Family-Partnership Model will meet the needs of applying families, producing a successful partnership.
1. ​Visit The King’s Academy: Call 512-858-4700 or inquire online to set up a school tour or to participate in one of our monthly visitor days. It is strongly encouraged that both parents attend a meeting to receive an overview of The King’s Academy’s educational model and school philosophy before applying.

2. Complete an application for each student: After prayerful consideration, submit your Online Application. There is a $50 application fee (per student/non-refundable).

3. Send the following items per student: Transcripts, recent report cards, standardized tests results, and any other requested information.

4. Bring student for assessment: Assessments will be given to help define a student’s academic strengths and weaknesses, allowing teachers to partner with parents in establishing that student’s academic goals.

5. Participate in a family interview: A family interview will be scheduled after your application has been completed and received. This interview is for the purpose of discussing the compatibility of the family’s goals with the school’s methods and philosophy.

6. Receive a letter of acceptance: Once the interview process has been completed, accepted families will receive notification of their acceptance by letter.

7. Remit tuition and fees along with immunization/exemption records: To secure registration, payment of all sums indicated by their due dates is required. Tuition can be paid in installments or all-at-once.
​The King’s Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.