Frequently Asked Questions
Is CCS an accredited school?
Crossroads Christian School is accredited by Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and AdvancedEd, which includes SACS (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools).
Do you have a school profile?
Yes. Many colleges require a school profile sent with applicants’ transcripts.
2016-17 CCS School Profile
What is our school code?
When registering for SATs or ACTs, a student may be asked for our “CEEB code” or school code. It is 341-764.
Is CCS a college preparatory school?
Crossroads provides a high school curriculum that follows the college preparatory track that is in place in all North Carolina public schools. This track exceeds the minimum admission requirements (MAR) of the 17 UNC-system institutions (including colleges such as ECU, UNC-Ch, NCSU, ASU, etc.). To see a sampling of what college admissions officers have said about our school, read,” What Colleges Are Saying About CCS Students (2009)a collection of phone conversations with admissions officers compiled by our academic counselor.
As for our students’ responsibilities for getting into the college of their choice, they must earn a competitive GPA, participate in extracurricular activities, score competitively on their college entrance tests (SAT, ACT), and work to make themselves stand out to college admissions officers. Crossroads gives them these opportunities, if they choose to take them.
Who makes up the CCS School Board?
- Glenn Boyd
- Donald Ray Matthews
- Maurice Boyd
- Angie Boyd
What are the hours for After-School Care?
The After-School Care program is open from 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. For more info, contact Robin Ficek at (252) 431-1333, ext. 2202 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do all students study the Bible?
Students at CCS attend Bible classes on a daily basis. Age-appropriate concepts emphasize both Bible knowledge and personal application, along with Scripture memorization. In addition, biblical integration is woven through the curriculum as teachers challenge students to evaluate academic concepts based on God’s Word.
Does the school provide bus transportation to and from school?
Bus transportation is available for two areas. Route one travels to Wake Forest, Youngsville, and Franklinton areas with convenient stops along US Highway 1. Route two travels to South Hill, Bracey, and Norlina. Please contact the office for more information at 252-431-1333.
Is there a cafeteria?
CCS has a full-service cafeteria that also serves as an auditorium for events.
What are the school hours?
3 Year-Old Program: 7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m (Instructional Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.)
Lower School (grades K4-5th): 8:00 a.m. – 2:45 p.m.
Upper School (grades 6-12): 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
NOTE: When we need to make up a significant amount of instructional time missed due to inclement weather, the headmaster & board may add minutes to each day. Any changes to the schedule are communicated to our parents in a timely manner.
What is the school’s position on holiday activities?
To respect the views of all parents, we make every effort to avoid controversial topics and images. Since some of our parents take exception to Halloween, Santa Claus, elves, and the Easter Bunny, we will not focus on these ideas in our classroom. All holiday activities and parties must be pre-approved by the headmaster. CCS does not acknowledge any significance related to October 31.
What is the school’s position on alcohol, tobacco products, and illegal drugs?
First, it must be stated that the use of any of these by school-age children is unlawful. Our student handbook states that the possession or use of any of these will result in serious disciplinary action, including suspension or expulsion. The Board is committed to a drug-free environment. Science and health curricula include information about the destructiveness of alcohol, tobacco products, and illegal drugs.
What are the school colors?
The school colors are navy blue, hunter green, and white.
What is the school mascot?
We are the Crossroads Christian School Colts.
Is the school asbestos-free?
The US Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) requires all schools to inspect building materials for the presence of asbestos. AHERA excludes schools from the inspection requirement if the school was constructed after October 12, 1988, and has a signed statement from the architect or project engineer responsible for constructing the school stating that no asbestos-containing building materials were specified for use in the construction of the school. Our school has been provided such a statement, and is, therefore, exempt from the requirement to conduct an asbestos inspection. Copy of the EPA – AHERA Asbestos Notification for 2016-17.