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Crossroads School for the Arts & Sciences [CA]
1714 21st Street    
Santa Monica, California  90404  
   
Private/Independent School
Coed Day k 12 1172 students
 

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QUICK FACTS ABOUT CROSSROADS SCHOOL


• Founded in 1971 by Dr. Paul Cummins, Dr. Rhoda Makoff and parents

• Head of School – Bob Riddle

• Location – Santa Monica, CA on two campuses

• K – 12 enrollment – 1128 students

• Faculty – 116 full time; 30 part time

• Teacher/Student Ratio 8:1 (Average class size varies by grade level and subject.)

• Students of cultural and racial diversity – 40%; Faculty members of cultural and racial diversity – 27% 

• $10M provided through our Affordability Program to one in four students

• 98 – 100% of seniors matriculate directly into college

• 3,332 Crossroads alumni

• Community resources: full-size gym, soccer field, swimming pool, library, community room

• Operating budget (2019-20) $58Million 


 
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Diversity Mission Statement
 
The diversity of our families, faculty and staff is apparent in our varied social, economic and racial backgrounds; belief systems; ethnicities and religions; sexual orientations, gender expressions and identities; family structures; and much more. Our diversity enriches the learning experience, exposing students to people of differing backgrounds and perspectives and helping them develop empathy and cultural competency. It also builds their awareness of systematic social inequities and empowers them to advocate for a more just world.

Crossroads has been recognized for decades as an innovative force in education and for the public good. Its progressive philosophy, strong community and culture, emphasis on diversity and inclusion (53% of students and 38% of faculty identify as people of color), and a belief that all domains of school life (arts, athletics, service, etc.) are equally integral to a child’s development and well-being have made it a top choice for families in Los Angeles.