During Thanksgiving, families often look back over the past year to give thanks for their many blessings. As a family, CAK is also looking back. Despite the storm of COVID-19, we have much to be thankful for in 2020.
Seven CAK high school artists had their work accepted into the highly competitive Knoxville Museum of Art East Tennessee Regional Art Show. Between them, 10 pieces of CAK art was accepted marking the largest amount of art at CAK to be accepted into the show! In addition, one student placed (Lydia Fisher, 2nd place in the 10th grade) and another student received Honorable Mention (Ava Campbell, 10th grade).
The Warrior Middle School Robotics Team is officially patent pending! This is a huge accomplishment. According to the U.S. Patent Office, less than 1/10 of one percent of U.S. patents are awarded to middle school aged students annually.
CAK High School has achieved the ranking of #1 in the category of Best Christian Schools in the Knoxville Area on the online school review site Niche. Congrats, Warriors! Love CAK? You can add your review to Niche by clicking HERE and scrolling to the very bottom.
When the world stopped turning last spring due to COVID-19, Honors Chemistry 1 students at CAK quickly adapted to remote learning. Teacher Mrs. Siard did tutorials for at-home labs, but there was one big tradition they missed out on doing in-person, together - Slime Day!
Like many southern football towns on Friday nights, fans at Christian Academy of Knoxville’s high school games experience a welcome fall chill, the smell of popcorn in the air, and the sound of drums rolling around the mountains.
Three of our riders from the CAK Mountain Bike Club made the trip to Chattanooga over the weekend to compete against a competitive group of over 200 kids from as far away as Kentucky, Georgia, Alabama and Florida. They had a great time!
When we began planning for this school year, we knew it would look different than any year in our school's rich history. In addition to our consistent mission of developing servants, scholars, and disciples, we placed a large priority on the health and well-being of our students.
After working in the public school for 25 years, Angel Crider felt plenty of ‘nudges’ from God that maybe it was time for a change. She decided to send her oldest child to Christian Academy of Knoxville, a private school with small class sizes, for his 9th-grade year. At that point, the nudges turned into opportunities.
Julya Johnson, CAK Director of Marketing and Communications
“God moves in mysterious ways” is a Christian hymn written in 1773 by William Cowper from England. Those mysterious ways were experienced powerfully in the Christian Academy of Knoxville Campus Center recently.
At the beginning of the 2019 school year, Monica Beaumont began with an excitement that only a new teacher can feel when returning home. You see, Ms. Beaumont is an alumnus of CAK, and she accepted a position teaching 5th grade Social Studies in the very school where she spent her youth.