Middle School

Ephesians 2:10

For we are God's handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.
Christian Academy of Knoxville's middle school serves as a bridge for students in grades six through eight, between elementary and high school. These transitional years can be tough for students and parents, but at CAK we aim to partner with families to help our students continue to grow in Christ.
Middle School Day 
8:15 am - 3:20 pm
Drop off at or after 7:15 am
Optional Zero Period Class: Begins at 7:20 am
Aftercare options available until 6:00 pm 

"We desire for each child to understand that everyone adds value to our school community and their significance is based upon the work Christ did on the cross rather than individual gifts and accomplishments," says Head of School, Rich Fulford. "The result is an identity in Christ that gives our children confidence in who they are."

"We often tell students that middle school is for trying," says Principal Lynette Fowler. "We want students to discover new talents and try different extracurricular activities within our school. We want to encourage our students to be well-rounded and use all their gifts for our Savior's glory."

Pair our love for Jesus with our emphasis on high-quality education and students receive a valued experience. Our curriculum focuses on hands-on learning: training students to think abstractly and providing experiences that will prepare students for high school.

Our middle school teachers are experienced and aware of the challenges facing our teens today. The staff works diligently to guide and support our young people with a Christ-centered perspective during the challenging adolescent years.

List of 2 members.

  • Photo of Lynette Fowler

    Lynette Fowler 

    MS - Principal
    (865) 690- 4721, ext. 100
  • Photo of Sherry Earl

    Sherry Earl 

    MS - Assistant Principal

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