Building a Better Tomorrow in Downtown Kansas City

Crossroads Academy – Quality Hill

Crossroads Academy prepares and inspires students to build a better tomorrow by offering an academically rigorous education in the heart of downtown Kansas City. Students learn in project-based classrooms that use the city as their extended campus. They often visit the downtown library, Case Park and Barney Allis Plaza as part of their learning curriculum.

Building Design

Crossroads Academy-Quality Hill serves 267 students in grades Kindergarten-5. The school is located in a historic building. Its racial makeup is 66% Black and 34% White.

The school is part of the Downtown Innovation Campus, which is a network of two charter schools that utilize downtown Kansas City as an extended learning environment. The campuses offer project-based curriculum with a focus on the civic, business and cultural environment of the city. Students walk to downtown destinations like the Central Library, Case Park and Barney Allis Plaza for recess.

Teachers at this school have had 8 projects funded on DonorsChoose. This is above average for schools in Missouri.

Telecommunications

Crossroads Charter Schools prepare and inspire students to build a better tomorrow through an academically rigorous education in a creative, collaborative, community-focused environment. Henderson Engineers provided the design of the school’s telecommunication system including cabling and pathway design to support their new network devices, wireless access points, and phones.

Crossroads Academy-Quality Hill serves 267 students in grades K-5. Its teacher population of 25 is larger than the state average of 13.1.

Teachers at this school have had 8 projects funded on DonorsChoose. This school is in a low-income area. More than 60% of its students are from minority backgrounds. The school’s diversity score is 0.68.

Electrical

In Crossroads Academy-Quality Hill, students will be scholarly and culturally literate individuals who are prepared to pursue their dreams and have a positive impact on their communities. SchoolSmartKC is proud to have helped design the systems that will enable this new school to reach its full potential.

In RV reviews, the brand’s campers are consistently praised for their floor plan designs and amenities. However, questions about build quality continue to linger.

Overall, the company earns a rating of 3.6 out of 5 stars on RVInsider. This is better than many other manufacturers’ ratings. It also offers two and three-year warranties on its campers, which is a nice touch.

HVAC

Located in KANSAS CITY, MO Crossroads Academy-Quality Hill is a public school. It has 267 students in grades Kindergarten-5. Its student-teacher ratio is 11:1.

The school uses a project-based learning curriculum and utilizes downtown Kansas City as an extended classroom. For example, students walk to the Central Library and Case Park for recess. The school also offers field trips.

The school’s diversity score is 0.68, which is more than the state average of 0.49. Students who attend this school speak predominantly English and Spanish. Teachers at this school have had 8 projects funded on DonorsChoose. The average total spent per student is $17,118.

Plumbing

Crossroads RV is a family-owned company that produces two lines of campers: the small Zinger line and the luxury Redwood line. Both of these lines offer a wide range of floor plans and amenities. The company also offers a variety of warranty options, including two and three-year warranties.

The Quality Hill neighborhood in Kansas City has been revitalized by a number of new businesses and residents. LMG Construction is proud to be part of the effort to re-establish this historic neighborhood. LMG has provided a complete plumbing package for several of Cityscape Residential’s projects in this area. The neighborhood is far more walkable than Westport, and has access to Downtown and the Power and Light District.

Security

With a high-expectations approach and focus on 21st century learning, Crossroads Academy – Quality Hill will be the center of gravity and pride for downtown Kansas City. Families who live or work in the downtown area will be given priority in the admissions lottery. However, any family that is committed to high expectations and wants their child to have access to an academically rigorous school will be accepted.

Students are encouraged to use downtown Kansas City as an extension of their classroom, and they walk to the Central KC Library, Case Park, and Barney Allis Plaza for recess. They also visit other downtown destinations for project-based learning and other special activities.

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