Based on the School’s philosophy, goals, ideals, and innovative teaching styles, several public programs have been developed. Programs are open to the public and there is no formal admissions process. Enrollment is based on a first-come first-served policy. Each program or course has a separate fee structure, including minimum and maximum enrollments.
In an effort to support socio-economic diversity, limited resources are available through our Tuition Reduction Fund to defray the cost of enrollment. Decisions are made based on demonstrated need. For more information, contact the Auxiliary Services Department at firstname.lastname@example.org
or 310.829.7391 ext 506.
Adults are invited to enjoy courses that tailor Crossroads instruction and philosophy to the interests of adult participants. This program strives to offer stimulating discussion, lively instruction, and inspiration for the body and mind.
Whether it’s a one day workshop or several courses that last through the semester, we hope you join us for what promises to be an engaging way to spend some quality time with teaching professionals who want to share their enthusiasm for learning with adults. All classes are open to the public and feature instructors from the school year, summer sessions, and the Crossroads community.