Intellectual freedom and religious tolerance define any vital and diverse academic community. Students and faculty are encouraged to deepen their knowledge and understanding of the role of religion in culture and to address how individual religious views are informed by the obligations of being a responsible member of King's Academy and the world.
All students have access to the King Abdullah II Spiritual Center, a multi-faith house of prayer and meditation located on campus to accommodate the spiritual needs of a diverse religious community. The Spiritual Center welcomes people from all backgrounds: people of faith from around the world, those who are searching for spiritual meaning, individuals who have no explicit religious conviction and practitioners of faith from every denomination.
King's Academy also arranges weekly visits for those students wishing to attend prayers and services at local mosques or churches.