| K - 12|
Mr. Paul Mcdonald
1050 (May 2016)
Red & Black
| Church of God (Anderson, Indiana)|
14400 Portland Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73134, USA
Association of Christian Schools International
Developing Christ Centered Servant Leaders (Servitudo Deo Et Homini in Latin)
Crossings Community Church, Casady School, Oklahoma Christian Academy, Heritage Hall, John Marshall Mid‑High
Crossings Christian School serves students in the greater Oklahoma City, Oklahoma area. Based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, the school serves approximately 15 students.
There are four divisions within the school: Crossings Upper School, Crossings Middle School, Crossings Lower School, and Crossings Preschool.
Crossings Christian School Wikipedia
Crossings opened as a preschool program in 1998 as a ministry of Crossings Community Church at its former address at 2600 NW 55th Place, when it was Belle Isle Community Church. When Crossings Church moved to its present location (14600 North Portland Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73134), the school moved along with it to their 3rd floor, where the middle and high school youth groups meet on Sunday mornings. As time went on and more grades were added, it became evident that more space was needed for the school. In 2005, Crossings relocated to and opened their first building, now the Lower School, at 14400 N. Portland Avenue, close to its ministry arm. In July 2008, Crossings was accredited through the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) after a two-year accreditation process. Construction began on the Upper School in November 2008, and in 2011, Crossings Upper School graduated its first senior.
In 2005, Crossings Lower School opened at 14400 N. Portland Ave., their current location. In 2007, Crossings Lower School added eight classrooms to the lower school. In 2010, Crossings Upper School opened across from the lower school, and a gymnasium and event lobby were added to the lower school. By the start of the second semester in the 2014–15 school year, all middle school faculty and students were moved from the upper school to the newly built middle school to accommodate its growing size.