The King’s Academy recently announced the selection of its 2013-14 Prefect Council. The council is made up of senior leaders who possess an uncompromising commitment to the school’s values and ideals.
To be considered, students must submit a nomination form, go through an interview, and be selected by a team of administrators and teachers. The council helps to oversee all areas of student life and lead the student body with emphasis on service not privilege. Congratulations to these rising seniors:
• Clark Aliapoulios — son of Mark Aliapoulios and Amy Clark of West Palm Beach, will serve as a Fine Arts Prefect.
• Rachel Bassett — daughter of Ben and Rosa Bassett of West Palm Beach, will serve as an Academic Prefect.
• Abigail Cornelius — daughter of Reid and Marla Cornelius of Palm Beach Gardens, will serve as a Service Prefect.
• Michela Diddle — daughter of Eric and Christin Diddle of Boynton Beach, will serve as a Spiritual Life Prefect.
• Grace Evans — daughter of Craig and Helen Evans of Lake Worth, will serve as a Student Life Prefect.
• Matthew Fritz — son of Dave and Karen Fritz of Wellington, will serve as an Academic Prefect.
• Alexandra Gantt — daughter of Stuart and Phyllis Gantt of Wellington, will serve as a Service Prefect.
• Garrett Larson — son of Richard and Rosario Larson of Lake Worth, will serve as a Spiritual Life Prefect.
• Katelyn McCoy — daughter of Bill and Connie Tuller of Wellington, will serve as a Unity Prefect.
• Jonathan McGrath — son of Donald and LeAnn McGrath of West Palm Beach, will serve as a Fine Arts Prefect.
• Christian Rodriguez — son of Miguel and Maria Rodriguez of West Palm Beach, will serve as a Student Life Prefect.
• Casey Ryan — daughter of Michael and Barbara Ryan of Palm Beach Gardens, will serve as a Unity Prefect.
• Jerry (Paul) Schumacher — son of Jerry and Annette Schumacher of North Palm Beach, will serve as an Athletic Prefect.
• Rachel Spell — daughter of Rev. Scott and Anne Spell of West Palm Beach, will serve as an Athletic Prefect.
• Ashley Stack — daughter of Bob and Nancy Stack of Palm Springs, will serve as a Spiritual Life Prefect.
• Sarah Vander Wagen — daughter of John and Terri Vander Wagen of Palm Beach Gardens, will serve as a Service Prefect.
The King’s Academy is a nationally recognized private Christian school serving approximately 1,200 students from preschool through 12th grade. It is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, the Association of Christian Schools International and the Florida Association of Christian Colleges and Schools. TKA serves students and families across Palm Beach and Hendry counties at its main campus at Belvedere Road and Sansbury’s Way in West Palm Beach, its Clewiston campus on Caribbean Avenue and its satellite preschool campuses. For more information, visit www.tka.net.