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Athletic Partnership Announcement


The King’s Academy (Seymour, TN) and its Athletic Department is pleased to announce an exciting partnership with D1-Sevierville for all athletic performance and training services for TKA student athletes. D1-Sevierville is a nationally recognized provider of athletic strength and conditioning professionals that will be responsible for strength training and conditioning for all Lion athletic teams under the direct partnership and supervision of TKA coaches.

D-1 instructors will partner with TKA coaches and the athletic department to create specific programs to enhance individual and team performance for each sport offered at The King’s Academy. All D-1 strength coaches are nationally certified, trained, insured, and background checked to be able to serve on campus with student athletes.

D-1 Sevierville brings years of experience in best practices, a wealth of resources, and industry leading techniques to the student athletes of The King’s Academy. “We at D1 Training of Sevierville are really excited about the opportunity to partner with TKA. We look forward to working with all the student athletes and staff on and off the field. We thank you for entrusting us with your athletes and look forward to taking their sports performance to next level.” Owner of D1 Sevierville Devin Driscoll

Athletic Director, Coach Sean Jones, said of the partnership, “We are very fortunate to have D1 working with our student athletes. Our goal is to provide our student-athletes with high quality athletic experiences and this partnership meets that goal wholeheartedly. Not only will our teams be working with an organization in D1 that develops them physically as they go throughout their careers, but they are an organization we feel shares the same values as our community. We look forward to building our partnership and welcoming D1 onto our campus very soon."

“I am truly grateful for our partnership with D-1 Sevierville, as they will benefit our student athletes in ways that we have not been able to provide in the past with a limited strength and conditioning staff. I fully believe that our students, teams, and school community will be stronger due to this partnership,” said The King’s Academy President/Head of School, Mr. Jeremy Sandefur.

Lions Athletic teams will begin training with their assigned D-1 strength and conditioning coaches beginning this fall. Go Lions!


TKA Athletics and Leadership Team

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