As the School considers whether our two campuses will remain closed for the rest of the school year and in order to properly plan and provide robust summer offerings, we have decided to run the Summer at Crossroads program remotely for June and July. We hope that some courses requiring our physical campus (like aquatics and sports camps) can run on site in August.
We are happy to report that the majority of our current offerings will still be available remotely. All academic credit classes that are currently offered for rising Upper Schoolers will be converted to remote learning. This change also gives us the chance to be innovative and entrepreneurial in offering new courses. Running remotely will give families options they’ve never had before, and give our faculty the ability to be creative and deepen the learning experience in new ways.