Enrollment for 2024-25 Academic Year is OPEN

From our Headmaster

Andrew Hoy, Headmaster

This year has been a whirlwind of grace and mercy from our Lord Jesus.

It has also been a year of incredible growth for the Academy as we seek to mature in the classical concept of Festina lente which means “make haste, slowly.”

From the beginning we have sought to establish an academic institution which would offer the parental oversight of homeschooling coupled with the academic rigors of classical Christian day-schooling.

Our goal has been to connect the best of both of these worlds in which parents remain the essential component of their children’s education in addition to equipping their students for success in a future currently hostile to Christianity.

Festina lente has been a guiding principal since we established our board and mission in May of 2022. Over these past two years our teachers, administrators, and students have worked long, hard, and rewarding hours (Festina). We have plowed in hope that God would use our work to spark the next “renaissance” of Godly education in our community that will be, by His grace, established for generations to come (lente).

Our hope is that Christ the King Academy can offer your covenant children a haven to learn and grow in their love of Jesus and understanding of His world from kindergarten through their final year of high school at which point, equipped to engage the culture, they will continue the work of building the next Christendom.

If you, or someone you know, has a K-12 student who would benefit from a robustly Christian and thoroughly Classical education, now is a great time to schedule a visit with me to learn more.

Andrew Hoy is the Headmaster of Christ the King Academy. Andrew was born in Olympia, WA educated in both private and public schools as a child, and received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from The Evergreen State College. He is thrilled for this opportunity and looks forward to coming alongside parents to help them raise their children in the fear of God, the knowledge of His Word, and the glory of the Gospel of grace.