SCHOOL PROFILE

Crossroads College Prep

SSAT (Admissions Testing) Code: 2672

CEEB (College Entrance Examination Board) Code: 262941

Community:

Crossroads College Prep is an independent, co-educational, secondary day school located in a historic neighborhood in the city of St. Louis near Washington University and Saint Louis University. The community is comprised of students from various religions, cultures, languages, and family structures.

Accreditation

Independent Schools Association of the Central States (I.S.A.C.S.)

Faculty

35 Full-time           6 Part-time

67% have advanced degrees or are working toward one

Member

NAIS, NACAC, St. Louis Confederation of Independent Schools, Regional Consortium of Education and Technology, Missouri State High School Athletics Association, St. Louis Association of College Counselors, and U.S. Chess Federation

Enrollment

200 students (Class of 2015: 29 students)     Grades 7-12

43% of students receive financial assistance

Ranking

Crossroads College Prep does not rank its students.

Average GPA: 3.71

Graduation Requirements

English              

History                       

Foreign Language

Math                         

Science                     

Fine Arts             

Practical Art               

Physical Education 

4 additional credits are required for a total of 25. All seniors are required to complete a 60-hour project, 30 hours of which is community service oriented.

 

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Grading

All upper school classes receive ½ credit per semester.

AP classes and college classes are weighted. All courses are included in the cumulative GPA.

A= 90-100           B=80-89           C= 70-79           D= 60-69            F= below 60

 

Class of 2014  
Students

The Class of 2014 (34 students) received over $5.1 million in merit-based scholarship to college.

 

Test Results

Test

ACT

SAT Critical Reading
SAT Math
SAT Writing

Test Median

Average: 26; mid 50%: 24-29

Average: 651; mid 50%: 590-690
Average: 621; mid 50%: 560-650
Average: 662; mid 50%: 610-680

86% of students took the ACT; 38% of students took the SAT
National Merit Program

3 National Merit Finalists

1 National Achievement Finalist

1 National Achievement Semi-Finalist

1 National Merit Commended

1 National Scholarship Recipient

Advanced Placement (AP) Program

74 students took 160 AP exams in Art History, Biology, Calculus, English Language, English Literature, Environmental Science, Psychology, Statistics, U.S. History, U.S. Government, and World History. The average number of AP classes taken by the Class of 2014 was 3.94. AP classes are open to juniors and seniors.