Current News and Announcements
  • School Pictures - Online ordering now available.

    Your child's school picture can be ordered and paid for online.  Simply go to - mylifetouch.ca - use the Portrait ID & Access Code on your proof sheet to claim your school pictures online.  All picture orders are due in by Thursday, October 15th.

  • Food for Thought Fundraiser

    Our Food For Thought Ticket fundraiser is well underway.  We’re happy to announce that all of the proceeds will go directly towards financing the KCA Breakfast Program.   Thank you to those who have purchased tickets already.

  • Campbell's Labels for Education

    Have you ever noticed the little pencil on your Campbell’s soup label?  Or maybe on your Goldfish Crackers?  Well, Campbell’s has a fantastic program called Labels for Education where we can earn FREE Equipment for our school.  All we need from you is YOUR LABELS.

  • Kings Early Years Screening for School (KEYSS) - October 26, 2015

    School is a big change for preschool children. KEYSS clinics help to make this transition period easier for all involved.

Documents and Forms    TRAILBLAZERS application form
   Town of Kentville FALL TRAILBLAZERS letter to parents
   Principal's Annual Report 2015
   Provincial Homework Policy (Gr. P-12)
   Provincial Code of Conduct
   Request for paper copy of newsletter

Kings County Academy is a primary to grade eight school located in Kentville, Nova Scotia and is part of the Annapolis Valley Regional School Board. In addition to the regular elementary and junior high course offering, KCA offers a French Immersion programme inclusive of grades primary to grade 8. The school has a total enrollment of approximately 614 students and 70 staff members serving the needs of its students. Upon completing grade eight, students leaving KCA attend Northeast Kings Education Center in Canning.


KCA has a long history and a strong community base.


KCA is also a PEBS (Positive, Effective, Behavior Support) School. This means we identify and clearly communicate to students what positive behavior expectations are and support them in meeting these expectations. Click here to see our PEBS matrix which outlines our expectations for student behavior in various locations around the school.


  • Friday, October 23 - NO SCHOOL

    Provincial Conference Day for staff.