The King’s Academy recently announced the selection of its 2015-16 Prefect Council. The council is made up of senior leaders who possess an uncompromising commitment to the school’s values and ideals.
The Prefect Council helps to oversee all areas of student life and lead the student body with emphasis on service, not privilege.
To be considered, students must submit a nomination form, go through an interview and be selected by a team of administrators and teachers.
Congratulations to the following rising seniors: Karlenys Galiano and Adaeze Nwigwe, Academic Prefects; Julia McFadden, Daniel Shepherd and Bobbie Mackenzie, Athletic Prefects; Jessica Blakley, Delaney Boudreaux and Alexandria Nichols, Service Prefects; Austin Blakeney, Emily Haine, Makayla Richardson and Noelle Leinwol, Spiritual Life Prefects; Tessa Walk and David Williams, Student Life Prefects; Kaitlyn Biggs and Laurel Wellman, Unity Prefects; and Lee Anne Tourigny and Dylan Lowe, Fine Arts Prefects.
The King’s Academy is a 2014 National Blue Ribbon School for Excellence in Education. The private Christian school serves approximately 1,300 students from preschool through 12th grade. For more info., visit www.tka.net.
ABOVE: (Front row) Makayla Richardson, Noelle Leinwol, Tessa Walk, Laurel Wellman, Lee Anne Tourigny, Karlenys Galiano, Julia McFadden and Delaney Boudreaux; (back row) Robert Mackenzie, Alexandria Nichols, Adaeze Nwigwe, Kaitlyn Biggs, Emily Haine, Jessica Blakley, David Williams, Daniel Shepherd and Austin Blakeney. Not shown: Dylan Lowe.