Dear Christian Parents,
In our ever-changing world, it's increasingly important that we equip our children with a strong foundation of Christian Virtues.
We want them to have a successful transition into grade school and make thoughtful decisions as they continue to grow. It is in this sense that Crossroads Christian Preschool breaks the mold of other area schools.
We encourage and inspire students to
love God, themselves and others
through practicing Christian Virtues as they learn what it means to be purposeful members of their classroom, their families, and their community.
This approach nurtures the God-given goodness that exists in the hearts of all our students, and gives them confidence that is supported by a strong foundation of values to build upon as they begin their journey into the world.
Sincerely, Preschool Staff
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We Provide Scholarships to Families in Need
At Crossroads we believe that everyone should have access to a quality Christian education. Every year since the school's inception we have provided scholarships to families in need. As funds allow, we will continue to offer this aid. The need always exists. Please consider a donation to our scholarship fund.
A few kind words from our parent community
Sandy Johnson / Parent / Teacher
Jen Schetz / Parent
"Crossroads has a wonderfully Christ-based, state-accredited, educational curriculum and a staff of professional experienced teachers and assistants. My grandchildren have enjoyed and continue to enjoy their time at Crossroads."
Brenda Tracy / Grandparent / WUMC Member
"We love CCP! The entire staff are patient, kind, and work to give each child the best start for their education. Our daughter is very excited about school and loves going every day."
"I highly recommended Crossroads Preschool!! All four of our children learned so much there (socially, academically, & spiritually) and were well prepared for Kindergarten. We and our children have begun lifelong friendships here. Our youngest graduates this year and we will really miss Crossroads."