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The King's Academy is a private, distinctively Christian, university preparatory school for boarding and day students from preschool through 12 with boarding options from grade 7 upwards. The academy is located in Seymour (13 miles from Knoxville), Sevier County, near the Great Smoky Mountains of scenic East Tennessee and educates national and international students of all socioeconomic backgrounds, preparing them academically, emotionally, physically, socially, and spiritually for the 21st Century. The diverse student body included representatives from 17 foreign countries.

We offer a college preparatory curriculum with SAT, ACT and several advanced placement courses. The academy's curriculum provides not only for the common and general needs of school youth, but also for individual interests and needs. The core curriculum includes English, math, science, social studies and Bible. Additional course work includes foreign languages, fine arts computer science, and wellness. The academy is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools a division of AdvancedED.


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Photo of Co-Ed Boarding & Day School in Knoxville TN Residential Life:
The King's Academy maintains high expectations for the daily lives of residential students. Rooms are predominately double occupancy, with some single occupancy rooms. Living within a residence hall with numerous other students is different from what some may have experienced while living at home.

The close friendship that a person develops with a roommate can last a lifetime. One of the greatest influences on a residential student's attitude is the quality of the relationship with his or her roommate.


School / Office Address: Seymour, 202 Smothers Road
Knoxville
Tennessee
USA
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Directions to The King's Academy from the NORTH
Take I-75 South to I-275 South in Knoxville
Take "441 South" or "Henley Street" exit off I-275
Stay on 441 South through downtown Knoxville, across the Tennessee River. At the river, UT Neyland Stadium is visible on the near right and Baptist Hospital is on the far left. Through downtown Knoxville, 441 South is called Henley Street. Beyond the river, 441 South is called Chapman Highway.
Travel 12.6 miles on 441 South to Seymour and the intersection of 441, 411 and 338.
Turn left on Route 338
Travel 8/10 mile on Route 338
Turn right on Smothers Road
Grace Baptist Church is on the near right corner of 338 and Smothers Road.
The academy campus surrounds the church property and lies on both sides of Smothers Road.
Go to the bottom of the hill to the main campus.


Directions to The King's Academy from the SOUTH
Take I-75 North to the junction with I-40. I-75 and I-40 join. Go East on I-40.
Take I-40 East to highway 441 South.
Take 441 South through downtown Knoxville, across the Tennessee River. At the river, UT Neyland Stadium is visible on the near right and Baptist Hospital is on the far left. Through downtown Knoxville, 441 South is called Henley Street. Beyond the river, 441 South is called ChapmanHighway.
Travel 12.6 miles on 441 South to Seymour and the intersection of 441, 411 and 338.
Turn left on Route 338
Travel 8/10 mile on Route 338
Turn right on Smothers Road. Grace Baptist Church is on the near right corner of 338 and Smothers Road.
The academy campus surrounds the church property and lies on both sides of Smothers Road.
Go to the bottom of the hill to the main campus.


Alternate Route from Maryville (South)
Take US Highway 411 North 16 miles north of Maryville to the intersection with Route 441 and Route 338.
Travel across Route 441 and begin Route 338.
Travel 8/10 mile on Route 338
Turn right on Smothers Road
Grace Baptist Church is on the near right corner of 338 and Smothers Road.
The academy campus surrounds the church property and lies on both sides of Smothers Road.
Go to the bottom of the hill to the main campus.

Directions to The King's Academy from the EAST
Take I-40 West toward Knoxville to Exit 407 (Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville).
At Exit 407 turn left on Route 66.
Travel Route 66 five miles toward Sevierville, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg.
Shortly after crossing the river and passing Smoky Mountain Knife Works, turn right on Route 338.
Travel 11 miles on Route 338 (also known locally as Boyds Creek Highway) to the academy campus on the left.
Turn left onto Smothers Road.
Go to the bottom of the hill to the main campus.

Alternate Route from Sevierville (EAST)
From Sevierville, TN, Travel 441 North about 10 miles toward Knoxville.
At the intersection of Route 441 with Route 411 to the left and Route 338 to the right, turn right onto Route 338 (Boyds Creek Highway).
Travel 8/10 mile on Route 338
Turn right on Smothers Road. Grace Baptist Church is on the near right corner of 338 and Smothers Road.
The academy campus surrounds the church property and lies on both sides of Smothers Road.
Go to the bottom of the hill to the main campus.

Directions to The King's Academy from the WEST
Take I-40 East to Exit 388 (Henley Street, 441 South) in Knoxville.
Stay on 441 South through downtown Knoxville, across the Tennessee River. At the river, UT Neyland Stadium is visible on the near right and Baptist Hospital is on the far left. Through downtown Knoxville, 441 South is called Henley Street. Beyond the river, 441 South is called Chapman Highway.
Travel 12.6 miles on 441 South to Seymour and the intersection of 441, 411 and 338.
Turn left on Route 338
Travel 8/10 mile on Route 338
Turn right on Smothers Road
Grace Baptist Church is on the near right corner of 338 and Smothers Road.
The academy campus surrounds the church property and lies on both sides of Smothers Road.
Go to the bottom of the hill to the main campus.

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