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WHAT ARE YOUR CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS?
Students complete Core Credits and graduation pathways to earn an Indiana High School diploma. 50% of the curriculum is computer-based, with online and offline components that must be completed before a credit can be earned. Students must demonstrate they have mastered the material before they continue to the next concept. Some elective courses are project-based and have no online component. The Crossing also offers students the opportunity to earn credits through our Job Training Program. Students are expected to earn a minimum of 2.5 credits each quarter.
WHAT GRADE LEVELS ARE SERVICED AT THE CROSSING?
The Crossing serves 14-20-year-olds (grades 9-12) including drop-out students attempting to complete a high school diploma.
IS THE CROSSING AN ACCREDITED SCHOOL?
Yes. The Crossing School of Business & Entrepreneurship is fully accredited by the Indiana Department of Education.
HOW DOES A STUDENT QUALIFY TO ATTEND THE CROSSING?
Students qualify for several different reasons, including but not limited to:
- Student is sent by a public high school partnered with The Crossing
- Student is between the ages 14-20
- Dropped out of school
- Former homeschool student
- Struggling in the traditional school environment and/or expelled
- Struggled in virtual-only school
- School district of residence has open enrollment policy
- Students with “attendance issues”
WHAT IS NEEDED FOR ENROLLMENT?
To enroll at The Crossing students will need to submit the following:
- Birth Certificate
- Transcripts from former school
- Student’s Individual Education Plan (IEP) if applicable
- Immunization Records
- Verification of Income
*NOTE: Document requirements can differ based on an individualized student tuition plan.
WHAT TYPE OF DIPLOMA DOES A STUDENT RECEIVE UPON GRADUATION?
Following Indiana Department of Education guidelines, students enrolled at The Crossing and pursuing a high school diploma can earn an Indiana Core 40 Diploma or a General Diploma (if documented in an opt-out form). Students pursuing a post-secondary career track have the opportunity to receive Indiana state-approved Industry Certificates in addition to educational coursework and the skills necessary to become high-performing contributors to the professional career/workforce. If a student is sponsored by a public school, they graduate with the diploma of their home high school.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO ATTEND THE CROSSING?
Ninety-five percent of The Crossing student body is sponsored by a partnering public school or receives a scholarship towards tuition with no out-of-pocket cost to families. The highest priority of all The Crossing staff is enrolling students. Tuition to attend The Crossing is $8,000 a year. However, The Crossing has several different options for tuition that, following income eligibility of the Indiana CHOICE School/Scholarship Granting Organization guidelines, result in little to no cost to the families.