Crossroads at a Glance


Lyme, New Hampshire, seven miles north of the Dartmouth College campus, on 140 acres

Bus service available from Hanover and Norwich
Grades Kindergarten – grade 8
Type of School

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

Program includes a strong focus on the performance arts
School Day Grades K–8: 8:00 am–3:00 pm (2:00 pm on Wednesdays); Optional After-Care Program for grades K–8 from 3:00–5:30 pm (2:00–5:30 pm on Wednesdays)
Students Over 140 from a 50-mile radius
Faculty 26 dedicated, well-educated teachers, including specialists in history, science, French, Latin, Spanish, art, music, and physical education
Ratio  Students to teacher ratio is 5:1
Test Scores Consistently above the independent school median in math and reading as measured by the Educational Records Bureau (ERB), CTP IV
Placement Our students attend the finest public and independent high schools in New England
Financial Aid Available; awarded to 20 percent of our students
Facilities A 10,000+ volume library, state-of-the art gymnasium, performing arts center, science laboratory, greenhouse, extensive forested trail and brook, soccer field, outdoor classroom, and playgrounds
Accredited by The New England Association of Schools and Colleges
Head of School Brad Choyt, BA in studio art, religious studies, and art history, Brown University
MFA, University of Pennsylvania
Founded 1991 by Dr. Mary Beth Klee in Hanover, NH