When the academic day is over, relationships continue. Crossing staff spend time with students before and after school, weekends included, inviting them into their homes and their daily lives.
For those who have struggled academically
Our curriculum is self-paced and tailored to meet each student’s needs. Students can adjust the amount of time they spend working in each subject, so that they fully understand each concept before moving forward. Additional academic support is available for students who struggle to master a particular area.
For those who have struggled with attendance
Our teachers build real relationships with their students and hold them accountable for the daily choices that affect their attendance.
For those who feel disconnected or out of place socially
Our campuses are safe and welcoming places where students form genuine relationships and gain a sense of belonging. Many find it easier to fit in and feel like a part of a family at the Crossing.
For those who struggle with behavior
Our program heavily emphasizes character development. We meet students where they are, form relationships with them and use those relationships to instruct and model positive behavior. We see incredible transformation in our students’ behavior.
diplomas earned in last 3 years
students served '14-'15 school year
For $1 a day ($365 per year), you can be a D.A.D. (Dollar-A-Day) sponsor and make a lifetime impact in the life of a Crossing student in your community! Your investment will assist a student by paying a portion of his or her education at the Crossing Educational Center.