Category Archives: Articles

Author and former Crossroads English teacher Jessica Lahey is quoted about how character education is incorporated in the Crossroads curriculum

Founder Mary Beth Klee’s speech celebrating Crossroads twenty-fifth anniversary

You don’t have to read widely in today’s business journals to recognize the importance of creativity in the workplace. In our innovation-driven global economy, truly creative ideas provide companies with a necessary competitive edge. Executives who work in many different…  Read more >

By Brad Choyt for the Valley News (Published in print: Tuesday, January 5, 2016) Throughout the school year, educators continually watch their students adapt to evolving social environments and new sets of materials. Each day provides precious opportunities to ask…  Read more >

By Brad Choyt for the Valley News Tuesday, September 22, 2015 (Published in print: Tuesday, September 22, 2015) Imagine this scenario: You are an eighth-grade student who has struggled in the past with math. Soon after Labor Day, you walk…  Read more >

The people at Crossroads Academy in Lyme, New Hampshire, have added a new photovoltaic (PV) array to help power its campus. The 40kW system is providing power for the campus. Its 144 solar panels are on the campus in three rows of a fixed ground mount. The story did not begin, and does not end, with the addition of a few PV panels and savings of a bit of money.

Feature article about what makes Crossroads exceptional

“Happy 20th Birthday, Crossroads Academy”—Upper Valley Life article by former Middle School English, Composition, and Latin teacher Jess Lahey

Essay by Jean Behnke for the school newsletter, Backpack Express

An Atlantic article written by former Crossroads English and Latin teacher Jessica Lahey