Crossroads School Inc

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Crossroads School Inc

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Crossroads School Inc. provides a specialized learning environment for exceptional students from grades K-12. Our 8:1 student/teacher ratio allows more time to be spent with each student. Crossroads School Inc. makes learning fun and exciting for students that have not thrived in traditional classroom settings. The Crossroads Mission: Crossroads School Inc. prepares students with learning...
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We are so excited that you have chosen to spend a few minutes learning about our unique school here in Houston. Our cutting edge approach and nurturing nature...HOME SCHOOL
by localcom on November 30, 2016 from localcom
Crossroads School was founded in 1977 by Carol Garnett, a Masters level Special Education teacher in public and private scho...ols. Circumstances presented themselves and it seemed the ideal time for Ms. Garnett to take “the road less traveled” and start her own school. Over the years, the school flourished and continued to grow with the purchase of the lot next door and the addition of more...
by facebook on May 17, 2015 from facebook
Early Impressions provides the highest quality, most unique, academic and enrichment program as well as flexible scheduling for children in Pre-School, Kindergarten, and Lower Elementary in the area.

Early Impressions places a high priority on providing your child with a unique and quality educational experience. We are excited to challenge your child with a creative, innovative and successful...
by facebook on February 12, 2015 from facebook
Crossroads School is a not for profit organization specifically designated to address the educational and emotional needs of children with learning difficulties, i.e. Gifted and Talented, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Learning Disabilities such as Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, and Dyscalcula, mild developmental disorders and “late bloomer”.

The Crossroads “Out of the Box” teaching...
by linkedin on September 22, 2011 from linkedin