Admissions

We welcome your interest in Crossroads School and look forward to working with you throughout the admissions process. The following outline provides an overview of the steps for admission.

Each family’s needs are unique, therefore we assess each admission request individually.

Admissions Process
1. A member of the admissions team conducts a brief telephone interview with the parent to gather basic information.
2. The parent(s) tour our campus and we meet for a more detailed interview which includes reviewing the psychoeducational evaluation of the potential student. The psychoeducational evaluation must have been administered sometime during the last three years.
3. The potential student visits the school for a full day, possibly two days. After the student visit is complete we will either offer enrollment or make recommendations for other options.

Information about Psychoeducational Evaluations
Crossroads School requires incoming students to have a psychoeducational assessment completed within the last three years and existing students to provide renewed testing every three years (from last date of testing).

Various professionals at Crossroads School use the results of the evaluation to help develop the foundation of your child’s individualized educational plan and/or a social/emotional program.

Crossroads School is committed to supporting students’ and parents’ endeavors by providing information, understanding and support.  

Below, you will find two excellent articles about Psychoeducational testing. We strongly encourage you to read them and ask us any questions you may have.

Understanding and preparing your child for psychoeducational testing
What is psychoeducational testing? How can you prepare your child for it? by: Kim Glenchur | March 9, 2016 Great! Schools

Understanding the results of psychoeducational testing
Confused by the complex test scores from your child’s psychoeducational testing? Author and parent Kim Glenchur explains how to understand and interpret them. by: Kim Glenchur | March 16, 2016 Great! Schools


Inquiry

Please contact Amy Levin,
Director of Admissions, at 713-977-1221 or alevin@crossroadshouston.org. We also encourage you to fill out an Initial Inquiry Form

Testimonials

"School is no longer a place to be endured, but a place to be enjoyed!"

-Mom of a 4th grader

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-Mom of a 4th grader

"School is no longer a place to be endured, but a place to be enjoyed!"
"Crossroads is an awesome school! My son is happy and excited about learning. His learning differences don't get in the way and no longer define and overwhelm his day."

-Mom of Sean, age 11

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2017-04-04T17:59:40+00:00

-Mom of Sean, age 11

"Crossroads is an awesome school! My son is happy and excited about learning. His learning differences don't get in the way and no longer define and overwhelm his day."
“Crossroads has been such a blessing for us. Jake has excelled beyond our wildest dreams. He has formed true friendships.”

-Parent of a former student

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-Parent of a former student

“Crossroads has been such a blessing for us. Jake has excelled beyond our wildest dreams. He has formed true friendships.”
“Justin’s journey was a rough one that at the time was filled with so many ups and downs.  The seeds that were planted in the heart of my son by the staff at Crossroads have bloomed and Justin has become an outstanding young man.”

-Mom of an 8th grader

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2017-04-04T18:31:47+00:00

-Mom of an 8th grader

“Justin’s journey was a rough one that at the time was filled with so many ups and downs.  The seeds that were planted in the heart of my son by the staff at Crossroads have bloomed and Justin has become an outstanding young man.”
“Miriam has said that Crossroads feels “safe” because teachers know how to help her difficulties. No one teases her or makes her feel that she is less than the bright, imaginative thinker that she is!”

-Mom of a 6th grader

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-Mom of a 6th grader

“Miriam has said that Crossroads feels “safe” because teachers know how to help her difficulties. No one teases her or makes her feel that she is less than the bright, imaginative thinker that she is!”

 

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