“Doorway to the Future”

Crossroads School, Inc. is an accredited, 501(c)(3) not-for-profit school designed to address the educational needs of children with learning disabilities such as: Dyslexia, Dysgraphia and Dyscalculia, processing disorders,  as well as the learning difficulties associated with ADHD and children who have not performed well in traditional school settings.  At Crossroads, they are given the academic and social support they need to reach their highest potential. Students attend from Houston and the surrounding metropolitan areas including Sugar Land, Spring, Pearland, and Katy. Crossroads School, Inc. was created in 1977 in a remodeled 1960’s home in the Galleria area. All nine classrooms are still in use today.
To raise the funds required to create and build a new campus which will support the Crossroads School mission and facilitate innovation and expansion.
The goal is to raise $7.9 million over three years. This sum covers: purchase of land, a sustainable multi-use, indoor/outdoor building, FF&E, two playgrounds, parking garage and a sustainability budget.
We have come to a point were our much loved homelike campus can no longer meet our requirements. Necessity has dictated the construction of a new campus. In doing so, more students with learning difficulties will be able to receive a quality ‘Crossroads education’ in an inviting and supportive physical environment. Additionally, the efforts and excellence of our faculty will be significantly better supported. Our new campus will:

  • Be an “outside of the box” facility, offering specialized spaces and tools and technology specifically designed to meet the needs of children with learning differences.
  • Allow for an increase of our student body.
  • Will accommodate the school’s requirements well into the future.

The architectural plans are underway for a new facility which includes:

  • 24,500 sq. ft.
  • 13 Classrooms
  • Specialty Art and Science Rooms
  • Extended Library/Media Center
  • Inside/Outside Auditorium
  • Outside Educational Spaces for general use and individual classrooms
  • Meeting Spaces
  • Resource Rooms
  • Administrative Offices
  • 1 Full Teaching Kitchen
  • 2 Play/Learning Areas
  • Parking Lot

For additional information, please contact Raana Bell, Director of Advancement at rbell@crossroadshouston.org or (713) 977-1221.


Thank you to all of those who are donating to our capital campaign. Your donation is helping us reach a new pinnacle in our school’s history. Every donation makes an impact and we truly appreciate your generosity. We cannot wait to walk through the doorway to our future with you.

We would like to recognize the following donors for their support:

Champions $200,000+
The Fondren Foundation
Michelle and Michael Heinz

Victors$50,000 – $199,999
Baxter Trust
The Brown Foundation, Inc.
Castex Foundation
Mary Jo and Mick Cantu
The Cullen Foundation
Ann and Ed Deery
Egbert Family Foundation
Kimberly and Judson Holt
MD Anderson Foundation
Mickey and Mike Marvins
Michael Miller
Megan and Andrew Schroeder
Margaret and Joel Shannon
Charles Shook

Commanders $25,000 – $49,999
George and Mary Josephine Hamman Foundation

Captains$5,000 – $24,999
Albert and Ethel Herzstein Charitable Foundation
Apache Deepwater LLC
Karla and Gonzalo Arjona
Lynn and Thomas Burke
A Child of Grace Foundation
Covington Adams Development Group LLC
The Crain Foundation
Gulf Interstate Engineering
Fred and Mabel R. Parks Foundation
Traci and Vincent Marable
Laura and Brad Meadows
Stefanie and Marc Plotkin
Russell Landscape of Georgia
Petra and Greg Tabor
Vivian L. Smith Foundation 

Leaders $1,000 – $4,999
Martha Ainsworth
Dr. Carol Alberts and Mr. Seth Alberts
Dr. Gila Arnoni
Raana and Mark Bell
Denman Foundation
Dr. Sally Downey and Sharon Jacobs
Sukey Fenoglio
Carol Garnett
Mark Endacott Gregg
Ann and Raymond Hawkins
Rue and Ardon Judd
Frederick R. and Jane I. McCord Family Foundation
Sharon and Stewart Prentice
Denise and David Walker

Stars Up to $999
Linda Addleman
Anne and David Allen
Millicent Andrus
Bassell Asi
Mary and Albert Avina
Benjamin Bannon
Marcie and Robert Berry
Greta Bernitz
Roberta Bernstein
Chris Biondolilo
Bertha Bodenheimer
Mary Bradley
Lorena and Eric Briel
Lorena Brown
Elizabeth Bunk
Lagenia and David Clark
Lara and Perrin Clark
Mrs. John D. Curtin III
Debra Dade
Wendell Davis
Elena DiIorio and Greg Neely
Tina Doughty
Shannon Drake
Obi Ehieze
Cecilia Edwards
Donna Ermis
Sandy Francis
Aaron Feldman
Kari Findley
Catherine and Alan Finley
Lucinda and Brad Fleming
Flame Seal Products, Inc.
Friends of Crossroads
Joan Gittleman
Pamela Gray
Jessica Gregg
Dr. Barbara Gordon and Kim Komer
Lisa Guggenheimer
Dede Hill
Gregory M. Hoffman Fund
Beverly Horton
Lisa Hough
Houston Animal Acupuncture and Herbs, P.A.
Julia Humphreys
Shannon Burke Huff
Cindy Ivanhoe
JMB2 Architecture Inc.
Allison Jordan
Katzenellenbogen Family
Cindee Klement
Karen Krail
Donna Lair
Neice Lang
Cynthia Lin
Bayard Linbeck
V.G. Levine
David Lewis
Jackie And Connelly McGreevy
Tevia McLaren
J. McLaughlin
Jennie Mitchell
Gloria Parrino
John Parsley
Mary Majors Payne
Cheryl Petersen
Leah Ragiel
Catherine Randall
Misty Roeder
Marcie Rosen
Sally Brown Russ
Emma Sall
Shannon and Jason Scarcella
Natalie Seyerle
Dana Sneed
Bret & Judy Stanley Fund
Jean Claire Turcotte
Team Riddle
Jennifer Wallace
Martha Woulfe