Admission and Financial Aid

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Welcome to Crossroads


Every day, our community of nearly 1,200 kindergarten through 12th graders connect and challenge one another in deep and meaningful ways. Our extraordinary faculty and staff serve as academic and personal mentors as our students grow from 5-year-olds into young adults who are poised to effect positive change in our world.

Admission & Financial Aid

We Look Forward to Meeting You
Our admission process is deeply tied to the School’s philosophy and founding commitments. Our primary goal is to create a relationship with your family so that you may determine if Crossroads is a match for you. Our process is welcoming, transparent and designed not only for us, but also for you to learn more about your child, family, values and educational goals. You’ll meet all parts of our community, including our administrators, faculty, students, admission staff and current parent/guardians.

Come experience the uniqueness of Crossroads first-hand and visit us for a concert, tour, game, open house or art exhibit. Our community is yours to explore!

We can’t wait to meet you!

The Office of Admission and Financial Aid


At Crossroads You Will Find...

Admission & Financial Aid

Contact Us

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  • Elementary (Grades K-5) Admission

    310-582-4109
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  • Middle School (Grades 6-8) Admission

    310-582-4451
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  • Upper School (Grades 9-12) Admission

    310-582-4451
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  • Financial Aid

    310-582-4451
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Crossroads School offers open enrollment based on application and admits all students to the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the School. The School does not discriminate on the basis of color, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender or gender identity, or religion or creed, in the administration of its educational policies, financial aid programs or athletic and other School-administered programs. Crossroads seeks students with a range and depth of interests and talents. In addition, the School seeks to provide classes which balance boy/girl ratios, ethnic and socio-economic diversity and heterogeneity in skills.