Christian Academy of Knoxville

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Christian Academy of Knoxville
Knoxville, Tennessee
United States
Type Private
Motto Soli Deo Gloria
Established 1977
Superintendent Robert Neu
Grades Pre-K-12
Number of students 1100
Color(s) Royal Blue and Vegas Gold
Nickname Warriors

Christian Academy of Knoxville (CAK) is a multi-denominational Christian school located in Knoxville, Tennessee. The coeducational day school enrolls 1100 students in grades PreK-12.

CAK lies on 77 acres in West Knoxville. The campus includes four buildings: an elementary school, middle school, high school, and an administrative/athletic complex, known as the "Campus Center". Athletic facilities include two gymnasiums, baseball and softball fields, a quarter-mile track, football stadium, six outdoor tennis courts, and a soccer field. The school is accredited with both the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and Association of Christian Schools International. The school's tenets are "Servants. Scholars. Disciples."


Several Advanced Placement courses offered include Statistics, AP Calculus, AP US History, AP Chemistry, AP English as well as Honors classes including French IV, Algebra II, Physics, Government/Economics, Pre-Calculus, and CP English. The school also provides dual-enrollment college credit through Pellissippi State Community College and Bryan College.


The Warriors compete in TSSAA class A-AA athletics, and class 3A football. Athletic programs include football, basketball, soccer, baseball, softball, volleyball, tennis, golf, swimming, cross country, wrestling, and track & field. Varsity Warriors sports teams have won a multitude of state titles. Of these titles, nine are in men's soccer and four in women's soccer; all of them since 2003. The Warriors won the Class 3A football State Championship in 2011, defeating Milan 49-14. This was their first ever trip to the State Championship since their football program was founded in 2001. The CAK football team was able to once again reach the 3A State Final in 2012 and defeat Milan to claim their 2nd consecutive state championship with a score of 48-14. The Warriors have also won state titles in golf (both team and individual), tennis (both men's and women's), cross country, numerous track events, baseball and wrestling (Ryan Long 2x state champion).[1]


  1. ^ "TSSAA Records". TSSAA Records. TSSAA. Archived from the original on 20 January 2002. Retrieved 8 April 2011. 

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