Crossroads Alternative High School

Crossroads Alternative High School West Campus

Preparing students to be College, Career, and Culturally Ready



Crossroads West staff

Nancy Chave - Principal

Janice Cross - Secretary

Main Office Number: 763-433-4500

Secretary Number: 763-433-4502

Office Fax Number: 763-433-4503

Our West Campus is located at 12439 Champlin Drive, Champlin, MN 55316



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Judges needed for annual district K12 STEM Fair on Feb. 8


Give something back to the community  – volunteer to serve as a judge for the district's annual STEM Fair on Saturday, Feb. 8 at Champlin Park High School. You don't need to be a math/science expert or have a background in those fields. Any responsible adult is qualified! Get the schedule or register online.

2014-15 registration guide

Download the 2014-15 high school registration guide.

Learn about orthopedics and sports medicine on Jan. 30

Have you ever wondered how knee replacement surgery is performed? If so, there's a fantastic opportunity for Anoka-Hennepin students and their families to learn more about the field of orthopedics and sports medicine and view a mock knee replacement surgery (on saw bone models) as part of a special Young Scientist Roundtable event on Jan. 30 at Coon Rapids Middle School. Read more.

Report Form
If you or someone you know has experienced harassment, violence, discrimination, or bullying at school or at any school-related event for any reason, you may make a report to have the incident(s) investigated by the school district.

Fill out the online form here or download the PDF version here to print, fill out by hand and mail (or fill out electronically and email). Any student, parent/guardian, or district employee may complete this form and return it to any administrator, counselor, or student services advocate.

This website provides valuable resources about college and career readiness and accelerated course options in Minnesota. The information can be especially valuable during registration.  Highlights include the following:


  Tools for students to be successful in high school and prepare them for their postsecondary experiences.

  Information for families on how to access these opportunities (some pages available in Hmong, Somali and Spanish).

  An interactive curriculum resource area for educators to support these goals.

Order school pictures on-line through

AH Policy Handbook 2013-2014


School Board approves 2013-14 school year schedule

The Anoka-Hennepin School Board approved the 2013-14 school year schedule at its Jan. 14 meeting. A resolution was passed to hold school on two federal holidays, Columbus Day and Veterans Day. 

The school year begins Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2013 and ends Wednesday, June 11, 2014. School breaks are scheduled for:

  • Monday, Oct. 7, elementary students only, for conferences.
  • Wednesday, Oct. 16 to Friday, Oct. 18 for a staff development day and the Education Minnesota conference.
  • Wednesday, Nov. 27 to Friday, Nov. 29 for a parent/teacher conference conversion day and Thanksgiving.
  • Monday, Dec. 2 for staff planning.
  • Monday, Dec. 23 to Monday, Jan. 6 for winter break.
  • Monday, Jan. 20 for the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.
  • Monday, Feb. 17 and Tuesday, Feb. 18 for the Presidents' Day holiday and a staff development day.
  • Monday, March 10 to Tuesday, March 18 for a staff planning day and spring break.
  • Friday, April 18 and Monday, April 21 for the Easter holiday and a staff development day.
  • Monday, May 26 for Memorial Day.

Please note: Electronic PDF copies of calendars are typically available to download sometime in late March or early April at:

  How can we help "Give Kids a Smile"?

Concerned about the high number of low-income children in Minnesota with untreated dental problems, about 500 dentists have freed their schedules on Feb. 7 and 8 to serve these children at no cost. As of today, more than 2,300 appointments are still available. We need your help spreading the word about this program, called "Give Kids a Smile."

Dental clinics are participating in the following communities:
Albertville, Alexandria, Andover, Apple Valley, Arlington, Baxter, Belle Plaine, Blaine, Bloomington, Brainerd, Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Buffalo, Burnsville, Cambridge, Chisago City, Chisholm, Clearwater, Cloquet, Coleraine, Coon Rapids, Cottage Grove, Detroit Lakes, Duluth, Eagan, Eden Prairie, Elbow Lake, Faribault, Farmington, Glencoe, Golden Valley, Grand Rapids, Hastings, Hinckley, Hutchinson, Inver Grove Heights, Mankato, Maple Grove, Maplewood, Medina, Minneapolis, Minnetonka, North Branch North Mankato, Owatonna, Perham, Pine City, Plymouth, Princeton, Red Wing, Renville, Richfield, Rochester, Rockford, Rosemount, Roseville, Rush City, Saint Anthony, Saint Charles, Saint Cloud, Saint Francis, Saint Louis Park, Saint Paul, Saint Peter, Sauk Rapids, Savage, Shakopee, Stillwater, Victoria, Waconia, Wadena, West Saint Paul, White Bear Lake, Willmar, Winona, and Woodbury.

Please tell parents that they can find a clinic in their area by viewing an online list at or by calling United Way 2-1-1 (just dial 2-1-1). Once they find a conveniently located clinic, parents should call the clinic immediately to schedule appointments for their children.

You may be surprised to learn that one in every four children suffers from dental decay. That number rises for children from lower-income families, according to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention. Dentists know that untreated dental decay causes pain and infections that may lead to problems eating, speaking, playing and learning.

Those children are in our classrooms, clinics and communities. Please post promotional fliers and distribute information sheets. You can find resources in multiple languages on this webpage. Please also share this message with your colleagues who work with families in need.

Crossroads Students Attend Strengths Finder Retreat:



  Click the strengths finder icon above to view Crossroads students attending the Strengths Finder Retreat.