St. Louis City Schools

Crossroads College Preparatory School


  • Grades Served: 7 – 12
  • 218 Students (Coed)
  • Average Class Size: 15
  • Languages Offered: Spanish, Mandarin
  • School Day: 8:30am – 3:30pm
  • Extended Care: 7:30am – 6pm
  • Opened in 1974
  • Tuition Range: $24,550 - $25,380 Per Year Average tuition for local Private Schools: $9,468
  • 54% of students receive Financial Aid
  • Students come from 45 different zip codes. We have 14 International Students this year in educational and cultural exchanges.
  • The Class of 2018 was award $4.8 million in four-year merit-based college scholarships.
  • Last year, 81 students took 161 AP exams with 70% scoring a 3 or higher. One member of the Class of 2018 was recognized as commended by National Merit.
  • "Our rigorous academic program features more than 10 AP courses and a range of electives. Our MakerSpace, recording studio, black box, and arts studios encourage self-expression. Our no-cut athletics program gives everyone the chance to excel. Our unique daily schedule provides the flexibility to explore activities including chess, robotics, and knitting, and the resources to dive deep into areas of interest."
  • "Our athletic, drama, music and arts programs are all no-cut."
  • Extracurriculars: Athletics, Chess, Drama, Robotics
  • Parent Involvement: "We have active parent volunteer programs, as well as parent groups who support our theatre, music, arts, chess and language programs."
  • Offers 11 AP Classes

Reviews (2)

  • A future studentStudent 03/16/2016
    I love crossroads. It's a lot of freedom and it's very diverse. There is very smart and talented students there. Also the staff is very unique
  • Teaching kids to use their intelligenceParent 09/05/2014
    Crossroads offers something unique in St. Louis - the opportunity to combine outstanding academics with true socio-economic diversity. At Crossroads, it's not enough to be smart. Students are expected to be smart and good! Every day our kids learn life lessons about advocating for themselves and others, and about using their intelligence and creativity to positively impact the world.
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  • Somewhat Diverse Economically54% of students receive Financial Aid
  • Highly Diverse Racially

Test Scores

In 2019, the Average ACT Score for students was 26 26

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