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K-12
Private
Corona, CA
Students enrolled: 632
 

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2380 Fullerton Avenue
Corona, CA 92881

(951) 278-3199
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August 06, 2015
We toured many schools in Corona (public and private) before choosing Crossroads. While I was disappointed with the "coldness" I got from the local public schools, the staff at Crossroads has always been warm, friendly, and loving. My children are learning concepts above grade level (compared to local public school students) in a Christ-centered atmosphere with a lower student to teacher ratio (about 1:20 ). No school will be perfect, but Crossroads has by far exceeded my expectations.

- submitted by a parent

August 06, 2015
Crossroads is not a perfect school by any means, and if you could show me one, I'd be amazed. Every school has their issues. We have had our childern in both public and private schools and Crossroads is by far the best one my children have attended. The teachers teach an advanced curriculum and they love their students with a godly love. If you are considering a private Christian School in Corona, Crossroads should be your choice.

- submitted by a parent

August 06, 2015
i have two children that attend Crossroads Chrustian School my daughter has been going there since preschool. She is starting fourth grade in a couple of weeks. This school is beyond amazing. It has a family atmosphere. Teachers are all up to date with curriculum. Teachers are so loving and engaging. Class sizes are small. Children are taught in an environment which places Christian values at the forefront. The greatest gift Crossriads has given my children is a deep love of learning. if you are looking into preschool Crossroads Christian preschool was voted #1 preschool in the Inland Empire Miss Penny has the heart of the children amazing sense of community. As a parent it is extremely important that the school teachers and staff share my philosophy in child rearing. Mrs. Dutton who is our principle is so welcoming . No other school can compete with Crossroads! It truly has the best academics !

- submitted by a parent

August 06, 2015
My children have been going to this school for six years and we love it. I have worked for Child Protective Services in this area for many years so I know what is going on in public schools. Not to say any school is perfect but the love my kids get, with a God centered environment can't be replaced. Not to mention the well rounded academics my kids get to experience, including art, music, computer lab, physical education and Christmas performances. The school also celebrates holidays and birthdays which are so fun for the students. The children also have the opportunity to go on the most amazing field trips. Lastly, the class sizes are about 20 students with a teacher's aide. Your kid will get lots of attention. Love this school.

- submitted by a parent

July 29, 2015
I had both of my kids at CCS from Pre-School all the way to 5th grade. I decided to pull my children out because the school became all about money. Everyday it was a different reason to ask families for money. Also, academically the children at CCS are suffering. Please look at others schools! I hope you don't make the same mistake we made.

- submitted by a parent

May 04, 2015
It saddens me to report that the new management of the school has ruined it! It no longer feels like a Christian school due some of the behaviors of the management and pastors! My kids have been attending CCS since pre-school. One has been there for 8 years and my other for 6. This will be their last year. The academics are great, we love the teachers, but bad management can and is ruining EVERYTHING there. Teachers are leaving again before the school year even ends. They, too, are pulling their own kids out and having them attend public schools. Breaks my heart. My

- submitted by a parent

October 19, 2014
CCS , is over-rated! They do not "LOVE" one another-EVERYONE-Discriminate! There are" GREAT " Public Schools out there with "Strong" State Test Scores! Public Schools, EXCEPTS "ALL"-WITH "GREAT" "SUCCESSFUL" STUDENTS!

- submitted by a parent

October 23, 2013
I started out as a parent, but spent so much time at this school, I eventually became an employee. Crossroads encourages families to be involved at the school and in the classroom. Students are encouraged and loved constantly. The teachers work to bring God's Word to life for the students so they live and love like Jesus did. Jesus is evident on our campus. Crossroads is the "Home of History Makers and World Changers for the Glory of God."

- submitted by a teacher

October 23, 2013
My son went here in 1st Grade after being home schooled in Kindergarten and the teacher was amazing and worked with my son as best she could. But after several months he decided he wanted to be home schooled again. No complaints at all. Now my daughter was home schooled since 2nd Grade and has just entered 7th Grade and so far everything has been great. Communication between teachers has been excellent. No school is perfect but this school does it's best to be on top of things.

- submitted by a parent

June 14, 2013
CCS is an AMAZING school. I have 3 kids, 2 of which attend so far. I have experienced nothing but good things from the teachers, staff, kids and parents from this school. The teachers are so loving and get to know your child as an individual so that they can provide specified teaching to strengthen their growth as well as prepare them for the next year. The education is well rounded and not solely focused on reading and math. My son has really enjoyed the Science and History and loves computer class!! The Christian atmosphere is a breath of fresh air and the majority of families there have very compassionate and respectful children. The parent involvement couldn't be better. In my experience, there is usually more than needed. Class size is perfect and every teacher has an assistant so they can focus their time on the students!! Highly recommend!!

- submitted by a parent

March 27, 2013
My son has been part of Crossroads School since 8th grade. The wonderful staff and faculty have inspired him and made his educational experience in high school incredible. He had the opportunity to play varsity sports on the basketball team and make many friendships and play competitively. In addition, the 1 to 1 technology and 21st century learning strategies have made him a powerful self-directed learner. I could not be happier than I am.

- submitted by a parent

January 27, 2013
This school's middle school it's worst than public schools. No home work, Don't waste your money.

- submitted by a parent

January 03, 2013
I am a public school teacher and have been sending my kids to CCS since preschool. It is an amazing school and provides a caring environment. The academics are slightly higher than the public school system and provide many extra curricular activities.

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September 30, 2012
My 11 year old has been attending CCS since pre-school and I expect to send my second child there as soon as they are old enough and have them both attend through high school. Honestly, I have nothing negative to say about the school, staff etc. I wonder what they could accomplish with the kind of money the government schools get....

- submitted by a parent

April 03, 2012
I am a very satisfied parent of a current 7th grader, and a 2nd grader, this is thier 1st year at Crossroads, apparently this school has been re-vamped for the better, God sure lead us to this school, excellent communication, academics, goals for the students, athletic programs, I love how this school expose the students to missions work. The leadership is really good, they care about the students needs, The office staff is always willing to help in any way they can. I would highly recommend this school to anyone that is looking for a safe, top notch Christian School for your child. The teachers are well certified. CROSSROADS IS WHERE YOU SHOULD BE!

- submitted by a parent

February 22, 2012
I have been involved with Crossroads Christian School for 4 years and have been very pleased with the whole experience. I love the smaller class size and the loving and caring teachers who work there. I highly recommend this school to anyone from preschool through high school.

- submitted by a parent

November 19, 2011
I think the teachers here at this school are wonderful. They are called servants of the Lord and they are answering His call. Every school that you go to has it's ups and downs it does not mean that it is a bad place. Over all this school has done wonderful things for its student's, parents and its community.

- submitted by a community member

November 05, 2011
We were highly dissapointed in this school.My son had learning issues and a teacher tried to start a list of things that were not true to get him in trouble so she wouldnt have to take the time needed to teach him.Giving out F's for work of high quality. Kids were talking about things very inappropriate that no one would want their children influenced by. This school is not worth going to if it were a free public school. Communication between parent and teachers is poor. I am not the type to post a review and I had to to warn parents about this one!

- submitted by a parent

November 05, 2011
This school has problems with middleschool teachers. They do not return calls and have poor communication. I question their qualifications and feel this school is very unprofessional. So sad that these kids in middleschool are not being loved, in a Christian school. We are happy now that we have left.

- submitted by a parent

October 27, 2011
Not worth the expense - not getting what the exorbitant higher education tuition should pay for. Small class sizes but with far fewer electives and extra-curricular activities than a public school or more established private school. Administrative staff and overall organization has not impressed me from day one, including teachers who fail to update grades for weeks at a time, do not return calls or respect the schedules of the families they are working with. The dress code in the student handbook is overlooked, academics are not at the level we were led to believe they were, and the requirement that children lead 'a Chrisitan lifestyle' is only words on paper. The block schedule set-up leads me to think there is not enough regular exposure to the classroom subjects and there is too much emphasis on social interaction and "feelings" when what we pay for and were promised is a premium education. The students play a very large role in success, but the staff should be doing more simply based on the annual expense to register and attend. Its a shame to say, but you can do better.

- submitted by a parent

July 06, 2011
I have been going to crossroads for the last 4 years and absolutely love it! i was completely accepted into the student body in 6th grade! middle school teachers: most are good, some of the best had left over the past years, but u will defiantly spot out the best from the weak. the high school is wonderful! small, but loving! love the computer program and block scheduling! i recommend this school to newcomers who can talk to people easily, but you will be accepted into the flow either way

- submitted by a community member

March 04, 2011
My child truly loves this school and she is growing so much spiritually and her values are becoming stronger in the Lord. She has attended both first and second grade here and both of her teachers have been wonderful. They deal with any conflicts using loving discipline. The atmosphere is positive and uplifting. We have been very happy here!

- submitted by a parent

February 28, 2011
My child attended Crossroads in his middle school years and is now a part of the new Crossroads High School. I have seen a growth in him that is amazing. The high school teachers are wonderful and seem to be enthusiatic about teaching. It's inspiring! They not only focus on strong academic development, but also on character building. They are creating people who inspire, have passion and drive, yet are people who understand the importance of leading by example and a humble attitude. Crossroads aim is to develope the "WHOLE" person, not only the mind.

- submitted by a parent

July 18, 2010
Both of my children attend Crossroads and have since preschool. I am proud of the school, its teachers and the direction it is taking.

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June 15, 2010
We had three of our children attend Citrus hills intermediate and it was a disaster. That school cared nothing for the students. So our 4th child elected on their own that they wanted to attend Crossroads. It was a great decision. We are proud of this school!

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April 14, 2010
For its wonderful atmosphere,dedication to its students. Like teachers who will volunteer they're time to tutor student's, and its overall education,surroundings and vibes.

- submitted by a community member

March 29, 2010
My chid will not be attending this school next year. I wholeheartedly disagree with the direction this school is headed!

- submitted by a parent

February 18, 2010
Take the time to familiarize yourselves with the Statement of Faith and Philosophy of this school before enrolling your children. Make sure they represent your own beliefs. Recent changes to personnel requirements are very concerning and are causing us to withdraw our child from the school.

- submitted by a parent

November 30, 2009
Since the school relocated, it just hasn't been the same. After years of loving the school for it's quality of education, it's extended family, and commitment to the children, I find that I cannot recommend it at all. Especially at the Middle School level, the teachers are woefully lacking in qualifications, as well as in their abilitly to work with the children and parents at this (ironically) crossroads in the childrens lives. Look elsewhere.

- submitted by a parent
no rating
October 06, 2009
Warm, friendly and loving environment where learning is fun - the kids want to go, they want to learn!

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June 30, 2008
I moved my children here from public school and we have never been happier. Each class has a full time assist. Teachers are here for the right reasons. They truly care about the kids. The staff address parents concerns in a very caring manner. My children and I feel important there, complete opposite of our experience with public. We feel very blessed to have our children here where they are getting their education in a caring environment. Even the children there are so caring to one another, again something I never experienced in public, very awesome Christian environment. My kids love the school! I highly recommend. I have never heard of Crossroads taking in expelled children, nor do my children know of any kids that have been expelled. Enrollment was strict. So that statement made on a previous review should not be taken as fact.

- submitted by a parent
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May 21, 2008
My daughter attended Crossroads and I should have been a bit more suspicious when 19 out of the 20 kids were always on honor roll. The teachers are not accredited and the academic standards are not up to par. When My daughter went into high school, the counselor suggested that she start in the basic math since she was coming from Crossroads. I was surprised, she was on honor roll and doing advanced math. Well they were right and to catch up, she had to take summer school. Crossroads also accept troubled children that may have been expelled from public school. I feel that my child in public school near this school are getting a far better education with nicer classmates. Administration at Crossroads are very controlling and do not listen to parent concerns.

- submitted by a parent

July 31, 2007
Crossroads will open the 2007/08 school year with all grades at the same campus. This will not only help with class sizes, but hopefully with parent involvement. The PSF (Parent Support Fellowship) was established last school year and has been very active in helping the students, teachers, administration and school during its first year. The PSF needs more parents (especially in the upper grades) to get involved in any way possible. The teachers are caring and understanding. The students learn to be kind and respectful toward each other. There are many extracurricular activities. Please volunteer - get involved.

- submitted by a parent

July 16, 2007
Back in 2002 you had to camp out to get your child into Crossroads Christian School.Everyone raved about this school. I enrolled my first child and I was very pleased.So I enrolled my second child in 2003 but it seems every year since then the school has gone downhill.Now they can barely fill class rooms and everyone has a complaint(that the administration does nothing about).I take my children here for the Christian values they teach not so much for the education.Others I know have stayed for the daycare they offer.I do take my children to Slyvan along with other students. My hope for Crossroads is they revaluate the cirriculm and administration and bring Crossroads back to the school it once was!

- submitted by a parent

May 31, 2007
My daugther is in 1st grade and has been a student in CCS since she was 2. She loves her school and her teachers very much. She is very confident and build up a good reading habit. The school has good discipline and good level of parent involvement. Academic level is above average and I think the teachers did a great job overall.

- submitted by a parent

March 06, 2007
My child is in the first grade the school is great with parent involement. The academics are not on the level that I expected. My child is doing great in her class but work is not challenging at all. Children have a great capacity to learn. I dont expect the work to be overwhelming, but I do expect it to progress my child toward excellence not average. It just was not there. The shcool is beautiful, the teachers are nice, but the academic curriculum just is'nt strong enough.

- submitted by a parent

March 02, 2007
I had two children attend Crossroads Pre-K to 6th grade. For the most part it was well worth it. Our children received a great foundation that has carried them through to the public school system. Some of the academic areas for the upper grades were a bit weak but the caring personal attention they got from the staff made up for it. After school daycare a great option for those who work full time.

- submitted by a parent

February 20, 2007
We have a second grader who has been at CCS since Kindergarten. CCS has great academics programs such as Spanish, Computers, Art & Music along with sports and other extracurricular activities. Level of parent involvement is good. We like how CCS incorporates the Lord and His Word in their academic program. Before and after school care is available. Class sizes are a bit high. Overall, we are happy at CCS.

- submitted by a parent

February 07, 2007
My son is currently attending the 4-yr old preschool (3-hour/3 days a week) and attended the 3-yr olds (3-hour/2-days a week) last year. He had Miss Cece last year and I have nothing but great things to say about her. What a great positive start to school! This year he has Miss Robin. Totally a different teaching style but he is doing well. To the reviewer that was upset because the kids were only doing arts and crafts..These 'crafts' are a fun way to learn reading, writing, etc. They're under 5 yr how much academics should they have? My child knows his ABC's by sight, can write his name, can count to 50+ (some influence by me). They teach some Christianity to the children but it is not shoved down their throats. They have monthly extracurricular activities like pony rides and bounce houses for extra fun. Overall great program.

- submitted by a parent

October 02, 2006
I have child in Pre-K and she went last year to the 3yr old class, last year more social emphasis, this year so far the same. So far my child brings home more arts and crafts then academic work.

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May 14, 2006
My children have attended this school since 1997 -- preschool through 8th -- and in the last two years I have seen a dramatic switch in ethics, communication, and respect. There is no longer a leadership that is trusted or admired. A small group of people (or person it seems) is allowed to make changes and every one else is expected to follow. Several respected teachers are leaving this year which makes me wonder exactly what is going on in the background. I have already made the decision that my last child will not continue at this school. However, I doubt that the administration will truly care. I know that the teachers will care!

- submitted by a parent

May 12, 2006
I feel that the class size is too big. I think public schools have less per teacher child ratio

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March 12, 2006
Nice school. My daughter will be moving to their k class. she loves it and we love it because she has learned to read at such a young age.

- submitted by a parent

February 21, 2006
offers many extracurricular activities. Great Pre-K and Kindergarten programs

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February 16, 2006
has a good program for elementary school. No academic chalenge for middle school.

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January 20, 2006
My daughter has attended 2 years (ages 3 & 4). I have been overall happy with the classroom activities and special things they do. Some of their aides leave a lot to be desires. Taking during nap time (full voice not whispers) and about inappropriate topics. I have seen one aid give the children an attitude. Mind you, I am not there that often so sometimes I wonder what is going on.

- submitted by a parent

December 01, 2005
I didn't especially care for the teacher my daughter had in her first class (nor the after school care)- but my standards are extremely high. Nothing was bad- I just wasn't impressed. This year however is great! I love her teacher, as well as the afterschool care. The office staff has always been very helpful. I recommend this school.

- submitted by a parent

August 25, 2005
Quality education, supported by religion. Great teachers and family unity.

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August 05, 2005
My daughter is there for the summer camp right now. I must say, I am thusfar quite impressed. The teachers are attentive and professional.

- submitted by a student

June 01, 2005
Crossroads Christian School has been an excellent choice for all three of my children. The quality of academic programs is excellent and I have kindergarden, middle school and Jr. High students attending this school and they have been very challenged. The level of parent involvement is very high. When there is an awards ceremony or school event, it is amazing what a turnout they get. The extra curricular activities that my children have been a part of have been great. They haven't participated in very many as they participate mostly in city run sports. I would highly recommend this school highly to any parent.

- submitted by a parent

August 22, 2003
Hello Fellow Parents! I am a student at Crossroads Christian School. I have attended this school from preschool through 8th grade. All my life Crossroads has put me and every other student in their best interest! Reaching beyond into what our futures hold. Crossroads is a great school full of love, friendship, and great learning. Alexis Hanson

- submitted by a student

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Crossroads Christian Schools
2380 Fullerton Avenue, Corona, CA  92881
(951) 278-3199
Last modified Crossroads Christian Schools is a Private school that serves grades K-12
Crossroads Christian Schools Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 75 reviews. Top