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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...

By Lauren Slagter Kokomo Tribune After just a couple of weeks at the Crossing, Keenan McClerkin is confident that’s where he will attend until he graduates. McClerkin, 16, found out about the alternative, faith-based school at his church, where one of the school’s staff members also attends....

The Crossing Educational Center’s Entrepreneurial Training Center received a $30,000 grant from the United Way of Elkhart County to service Elkhart County’s most struggling youth. The Entrepreneurial Training Center provides students with the hands-on operation and development of a micro-business. This vocational program develops the internal...

We are excited to welcome several new communities to the Crossing family for the 2014-2015 school year! This August, we will be opening four new Crossing campuses. These new campuses will be located in Marshall County (Plymouth), Starke County (Knox), Johnson County (South Indy), and...

The Kokomo Tribune featured our Kokomo campus in an article on February 14, 2014: Planting seeds of service at the Crossing By Lauren Fitch Kokomo Tribune Something as seemingly insignificant as a tomato seed has proven life-changing for students at the Crossing Educational Center. The Kokomo campus of the...

The Crossing gives graduates a different path By Sean Cameron, Features Reporter The Kokomo Crossing Educational Center celebrated its 2nd Annual Graduation ceremony on June 15 at New Life Church in Kokomo.  “We had 16 graduates from our region, including five from Kokomo,” noted Shannon Querry, Community Development and...