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By Brad Choyt for the Valley News (Published in print: Tuesday, May 24, 2016) “Hey, Dad,” my 9-year-old daughter called out as she presented me with an issue of National Geographic. “Did you know that hibernating Arctic ground squirrels can…  Read more >

After placing 1st at the MATHCOUNTS Chapter Competition in February, Crossroads placed 1st at the State Competition this past weekend for the first time in the school’s history! Chapter Competition Results In February, ten Crossroads students competed in the MATHCOUNTS…  Read more >

We are excited to present our new viewbook, which is a reflection of our special school’s diversity of strengths and of our “Strong Minds, Kind Hearts.”

Dear Members of the Crossroads Community, On behalf of the Board of Trustees and our Head of School Search Committee, it is with great pleasure that I announce the appointment of Brad Choyt as Crossroads Academy’s next Head of School….  Read more >

When my family and I began the search for a school we could embrace and support in the coming years, we created a list of ideal qualities: a warm and nurturing environment, a place that knew its values and embraced…  Read more >

The American Junior Academy of Science (AJAS) is the only national honor society recognizing America’s premier middle and high school students for outstanding scientific research in STEM fields. AJAS meets annually in conjunction with the American Association for the Advancement…  Read more >

Crossroads Academy is an independent, coeducational day school based upon the Core Knowledge Sequence, authored by E.D. Hirsch, and the character education program, Core Virtues, created by founder Dr. Mary Beth Klee. Over 120 students come from a 50-mile radius 23 dedicated, well-educated teachers, including specialists in history, science, French, Latin, Spanish, art,…  Read more >

Liz O’Leary In kindergarten, the students learn that forgiveness is both having enough heart to let go of hurt and making amends with an apology of action. Since young children have a hard time understanding the effects of their actions…  Read more >

Although it is difficult to believe, graduation and Move-Up is just around the corner. I wanted to share important information with you about the two days. The graduation ceremony will begin promptly at 4:00 pm at the Bancroft Center on…  Read more >

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