Crossroads Block Schedules

  • Monday, Tuesday & Thursday (click here)

  • Wednesday & Friday (click here)

Picture of Crossroads students in the school garden

  • Crossroads High School
    207 N Alder Ave.
    Granite Falls, WA 98252
    Phone: 360-283-4407

    Principal: Bridgette McVay


     

  • We're Happy You're Here!


    Crossroads Mission Statement: Crossroads is committed to the individual development of each student. 

    Crossroads is an accredited High School that was started in 2005. Crossroads serves students in grades 9-12 with 13 certificated and 10 support staff members that provide students a supportive learning environment for those that have not found success in a traditional high school setting. The school offers a full academic program in addition to special education, counseling services, dual credit classes, and an athletic and activities program for all students. In addition, students may elect to attend Running Start classes, Sno-Isle Skills Center, or the Workforce Development Center. Crossroads also includes a night school, credit retrieval and Open Doors programs. 

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    Friday School

    Many of you have chosen Crossroads for your child’s educational environment as a proactive approach for a different learning opportunity. Three Friday’s a month are open to all students and are structured to provide them with the access to teachers for extra help on assignments, tutoring, making up hours towards missed school days, and a chance to improve academic performance.

    The last Friday of every month Crossroads High School is closed to students so staff can focus on Alternative Learning Experience (ALE) compliance paperwork and individual student programming. Crossroads is currently coordinating transportation with multiple districts, which poses challenges for Friday release times, particularly for students who have completed their work and utilize school transportation. As a result, all students have open campus privileges on Fridays.


    Remote Option

    Crossroads will continue to offer a limited number of courses with a remote option where students and families work with a certificated teacher to develop a Written Student Learning Plan that includes credit bearing classes and a specific number of homework hours.  Courses offered do not include a requirement for in person instructional contact time, however certificated teachers are available to meet with students during office hours.  Instructional interaction between the teacher and student includes, but is not limited to: one on one assistance, review of assignments, assessment, testing, progress monitoring, and educational facilitation.


     

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