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tales of transformation

As an alternative school, most of the Crossing’s strength lies in the intangibles. We create an environment built on relationships with students, an environment where students who struggle in a traditional setting know and feel that they can succeed. We meet our goals of empowering...

We call the Crossing an alternative high school like it exists in a different universe (and in many ways it does), but what people don’t often realize is that this alternate universe is grounded in strong relationships with public schools and their administrators. Because public...

At the Crossing we don't just want to talk about change and transformation. We want to be a part of the effort that creates that physical transformation in our students and in our communities. We want our students to have the opportunity to take pride...

What do we do at the Crossing? Our mission statement says we empower struggling students to become contributing members of their communities through academics, job training, and faith based mentoring. Ohhhhh, that. …And how does “that” work, exactly? We empower struggling students. Kids who have a hard time learning...

You reap what you sow 30% of high school students in Indiana drop out every year. What are the options for drop outs? Low skill (and low paying) jobs that offer little advancement and can’t provide for basic needs. A dependency on others in all manner of...

It's always a blessing to have one of our campuses highlighted in a publication. If you hop over to infortwayne.com you can read what our Fort Wayne campus is up to along with a few words from the campus admin, Courtney Bowlds! Special thanks to...

There was an exciting article recently published in the Mooresville-Decatur Times that highlights the contract recently signed by the Mooresville school board to partner with the Crossing. We are very excited to be opening a school in the Mooresville district and look forward to seeing...