OFFICE HOURS:  Crossroads office is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays 9 am to 3 pm. Call and leave a message, and we’ll return your phone call. E-mail is always a good way to get in touch with us, almost any time!

TUITION:  All Crossroads families should be receiving a monthly e-mail reminder (through QuickBooks) on the last day of each month about next month’s tuition. You have the option of paying by cash or check at the faculty meetings or in the office. There is a link through the QuickBooks e-mail to pay from your back to the Crossroads bank. We do not receive credit card payments at this time. If you believe there is a discrepancy, please contact the office so we can verify. If you are not receiving the QuickBooks e-mail, please let us know that also.

TRANSCRIPT REQUEST:  If you need a transcript, please contact the office as soon as possible. It may take up to two weeks to produce a transcript, depending on work volume. So don’t wait until the last minute to make that transcript request!

WORK PERMITS:  Under the current state law, work permits are no longer required for your teenager. IF a 14YO or a 15YO is working, he or she must provide an Eligibility to Work form to employers, which can be obtained from the Crossroads office. For more information, check the Child Labor Law    Students 16 years or older do not need anything from the school.

DRIVERS PERMIT and DRIVERS LICENSE:  If your student plans to take the drivers permit test, you need to take a current copy of a church school enrollment form (CSEF) to prove that he or she is enrolled in school. If you need a CSEF for any reason, you can pick it up during regular office hours, at the faculty meetings, or call and request that we mail it to you. 

BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION:  Thanks for continuing to collect and turn in those Boxtops for Education. Lip those box tops off General Mills products and bring them into the school office, or deposit them in the box at faculty meetings. East box top is worth 10 cents to our school, which adds up quickly when we all work together. Funds collects through this program are used for projects that benefit Crossroads students up through the 8th grade. 

POP TABS for RONALD McDONALD HOUSE:  Builders Club students collect pop tabs for the Ronald McDonald House in Birmingham. Little things can make a bit difference! You can help support the Ronald McDonald House by collecting the little tabs you pull to open soda, soup, or other aluminum cans. Bring them in to the school office, or to the faculty meetings. THANKS!