Strong Minds, Kind Hearts
Crossroads Academy is committed to educating students with solid foundations in both academic excellence and character education.
Lower School Curriculum
Our Lower School includes a rich curriculum in core academic subject areas combined with character development.
Strong Minds, Kind Hearts
Our Middle School includes a curriculum designed to prepare students for a rigorous secondary school education and to be responsible and caring members of their communities.
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Crossroads was proud to celebrate twenty-five years of Strong Minds, Kind Hearts.
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Weekly Newsletter

* Head’s Note

Over the last few months, I have worked with a small group of parents, a faculty member, and a trustee as part of a technology usage task force. The group has shared resources and articles that shed light on the impact of technology on learning, social/emotional well-being, and the interpersonal relationships among our students.

Head of School’s Blog on the DailyUV

In chess, there are four hundred different possible positions after the opening two moves. There are over 72,000 move combinations after each player has moved twice. And after the players have each moved four times, there’s more than 288 billion possible scenarios.

About Crossroads Academy

Crossroads Academy is a coeducational, independent day school in Lyme, NH, serving students from kindergarten through eighth grade.

Latest News

By Brad Choyt for the Valley News (Published in print: Tuesday, October 10, 2017) What an exciting, yet challenging time to be in education. For teachers who continuously strive to prepare students for the challenges they will face in their lifetimes,…  Read more >

By Brad Choyt for the Valley News (Published in print: Tuesday, June 20, 2017) We live in a culture that likes to evaluate and quantify how we’re doing. From an early age, we test students relative to their classmates and issue…  Read more >

Excerpt from the education section of the online Valley News: Monday, March 20, 2017 (Published in print: Tuesday, March 21, 2017) STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Cells Three Upper Valley students will represent New Hampshire at the national MathCounts competition in Florida in April,…  Read more >

By Brad Choyt for the Valley News Monday, March 13, 2017 (Published in print: Tuesday, March 14, 2017) I have three children, all at very different stages of their lives as students. My eldest, a high school student, is balancing sports, a…  Read more >

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