Crossroads Science

543 Front Ave.
Saint Paul, 55117
Address: 543 Front Ave.
Saint Paul, 55117
Grades: PreK-5
Principal: Tracy Buhl
Enrollment: 275
Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Phone: (651) 767-8540
Fax: (651) 312-9003
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  • We integrate STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) into all core subjects as the foundation for reading, writing and math.
  • We are a Project Lead the Way Launch School.
  • All classroom teachers are trained in Project Lead the Way (PLTW) and integrate science into their daily lessons.
  • PLTW Launch (PreK-5) taps into students' exploratory nature, engages themin learning that feels like play, and encourages them to keep discovering - now and for the whatever future they choose. Students build in-demand skills through inspiring activities that aren't typical in a traditional classroom.
  • We offer Science from Scientists in grades 4-5. A scientist comes into the school every other week throughout the school year and works with our students and staff to do hands on STEM problem solving activities and experiments.
  • We partner with a Playworks coach once a week throughtout the school year. Playworks helps schools make the most of recess through on-site staffing, consultative support, professional development, free resources, and more.
  • Students solve problems, design solutions, and meet challenges through robotics, 3D printing, coding, and hands on building in the engineering lab.
  • In the science lab, students conduct hands on investigations and learn about sustainable solutions iwth our aquaponics system.

We offer:

  • PreK (full day)
  • Discovery Club (fee-based, off-site)
  • Outdoor Classroom Experiences
  • Lego League
  • Academic intervention available for qualified students during intersession three times a year
District Magnet School for Areas A, B, C, D, E, F

Quick Facts

Students who identify themselves as:
  African American
38 %
  American Indian
0 %
29 %
12 %
9 %
  Pacific Islander
0 %
  Two or more
12 %
Students in English Language Learning
28 %
Students in Special Education
16 %
Students eligible for Free and Reduced Lunch
77 %