About This School
In 2010, Crossroads Christian Academy had 8 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The New Jersey average is 13 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Crossroads Christian Academy Reviews
A step above
I feel so comfortable dropping my son off every morning. Crossroads is such a kind and loving environment. Academically they are top notch. It really made me feel good one night when my son accidentally called me by his teachers name. He loves his school and that is more than half the battle won!
Special and unique
My wife and I have been so happy after switching our son to CCA from a public elementary school. The level of learning is higher and more individualized than in the public school. There are far, far fewer behavior problems compared to the local public schools, which means fewer distractions and more time for learning. The academic curriculum is strong and the teachers show love for their pupils. Students learn to cooperate rather than to compete. My son is learning about the Bible as well. He frequently memorizes Bible verses and displays great pride in doing so. CCA has been a wonderful investment academically and spiritually for our family.
Excellent Academic and Christ Centered School
I have been involved with CCA for over 16 years. My nephew and nieces went through CCA and now my own children are there. All of them are thriving from the oldest - now a Jr. in a top college , 2 who are in high school and honor roll students and mine who are walking the same course. I without hesitation credit CCA as an intricate part of the academic, emotional and spiritual growth in all of them. The staff at CCA are gifted, dedicated and compassionate. I highly recommend this school.
Do your homework. No background in education, child development or child psychology. There are barely any extra curricular activities and basketball is the only sport. Combined classes which may mean your child repeats a class from the previous year because they do not have enough teachers. Over 12 children have been pulled out and will not be returning for the 2014-2015 school year. That is a lot when there are only approximately 100 students in the entire school.