Wonderful school. Staff is wonderful. Everyone makes you feel like part of the family. Small class size. Great parent involvement.
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Posted by a parent on 05/27/12
My daughter is in kindergartern at Crosscreek. She has learned how to be very independent. Everyone makes you feel like part of the family at Crosscreek. The teachers and principal are wonderful.
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Posted by a parent on 10/17/11
We love the "private school feel" of Crosscreek, but it is a public charter school without any tuition. It's a very small school, great teachers and everyone knows everyone. The academics is top-notch and we couldn't be more satisfied!!
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Posted by a parent on 10/13/10
My child was lost in public school, floating along by just getting by. Since her enrollment in Crosscreek she has become a dedicated student, mentor to other students, and a participant in her own education. Thank you , teachers at Crosscreek, for your dedication to helping students achieve a desire
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Posted by a parent on 01/27/10
I am not a parent who has sent their child to this school, but I am a student, in fact. I have been going to Crosscreek Charter School since it opened up 9 years ago. Sadly, this is my last year there, and, well, I was hoping that if a parent saw this, they would really see it from the child's point
... Read more of view. I love Crosscreek. Everything about it. The teachers are great, and friendly, always coming to help you when you raise your hand. I learned very easily there, and already have a plan for college. Crosscreek makes children like me ambitious, ready to learn new things. Also, there aren't bad influences in CCS like there is in other public schools. Lastly, the rooms are very calm, and I find that I can think very clearly. Read less
Posted by a student on 01/15/10
This is my daughter's 2nd year at CCS. I am very impressed with how fast she learns, but most of all how she can explain what she is doing & understands it. The school holds up to their mission. The teachers are well educated & they love what they do. They go out of their way to help the students grasp
... Read more what they are taught. The director of the school is the heart of the school. She is a dedicated director & does all she can for her students. I can honestly say that everything that she does is not for her, but for her students. A combination of a dedicated director and outstanding teachers are the excellent groundwork for a well educated future leader. I am honored to be a part of this school & can't wait for my other 3 to attend. Read less
Posted by a parent on 10/11/08
My Child just started Crosscreek this year. She has learned to be very independent and thrives on the active hands-on approach to learning. Before at the traditional school, she had no challenges, here she does. Our children are not only being taught by highly qualified teachers, but an excellent principal
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Posted by a parent on 10/07/08
My child has had a great experience at Crosscreek. She has learned to be more independent in her approach to learning. She participates in volleyball and art lessons. EOG scores are high. Teacher quality is high. I am extremely pleased with the school. Crosscreek is Franklin County's best kept
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Posted by a parent on 07/12/08
If your child is self motivated, good at both independent and group study, and enjoys doing projects and activities, then this is the school for you. The teachers love their students, are highly qualified, and love working here. They use positive behavior techniques and do their best to teach responsibility
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Posted by a parent on 04/30/08
This is my child's first year at Crosscreek Charter School and it has been agreat year! She transferred from a traditional school where she was not challenged. At Crosscreek Charter School she is challenged and does well acadmically. She thrives on the active hands-on approach to learning. Enrolling
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Louisburg schools — Crosscreek Charter School is located at 306 Sandlewood Rd, Louisburg NC 27549. 306 Sandlewood Rd is in the 27549 ZIP code in Louisburg, NC The school district for Crosscreek Charter School is the North Carolina Department Of Public Instruction. Crosscreek Charter School is a Public school that serves grade levels K - 8.
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