Crossroads Theatre presents A Year with Frog and Toad

Crossroads Theatre Presents “A Year with Frog and Toad”


Follow Frog and Toad – and their woodland colleagues – as they adventure through the seasons of life and friendship, celebrating the differences that make them unique. The endearing amphibians may be characters from popular children’s books, but the lessons they deliver are for all ages. A Year with Frog and Toad is an upbeat musical that is sure to …

Karaoke Competition for Chinese Language Learners


Diana Corey, Mandarin teacher in the World Languages Department, received a grant from The National Chinese Language Conference to help fund Chinese language and culture events that connect St. Louis area schools and the general public. Diana has created a virtual Karaoke Competition for Chinese language learners – with submissions open from January 9th through February 23rd. Students of Mandarin …

First Semester Mastery Learning Projects


This semester, six Crossroads students completed Mastery Learning Projects. MLPs provide students with an opportunity to explore an area of interest independently over the course of a semester with support from a faculty or staff mentor. The following students completed MLPs this fall. Sarah Herzog ’23, created a concept for a musical about Arthur Miller and Marilyn Monroe and wrote …

Cultural Leadership


The Program Cultural Leadership seeks out middle and high school students to become advocates for social justice, equity, and just practices. This years class of 17 explored many strengths and oppressions of our communities through a lenses of Black and Jewish experiences. Tate Morgan and Hanan Nathan- Slarkey, rising seniors, participated in the program this year and shared their experiences …

Connect with Crossroads alumni event may 20, 2022

ALUMNI! Connect with Crossroads – May 20, 2022


Join us Friday, May 20 from 7-9 pm for our rescheduled gathering! Come connect with alumni, faculty, and staff, and check out what’s new on campus! The class of 2022 will also be joining us for their first event as alumni. RSVP HERE!

Pride Month + the Day of Silence 2022


How Pride Month Began The LGBTQ Pride Month is always in June to commemorate the Stonewall riots of 1969. After being marginalized and threatened by police brutality, Americans with LGBTQ identities were only supported by underground establishments. The Stonewall Inn was accepting of the LGBTQ patrons, so they were prone to police raids for violating laws that infringed on the …

DEIJ Opportunities


Check out these Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Justice opportunities coming up this spring and summer in the community. Cultural Leadership High School Program August 2022 – August 2023 Cultural Leadership’s High School Leadership Program is designed to educate students on social justice issues and then train them on how to serve as civic leaders and social justice change makers in their …

BSU's Black Arts Explosion 2022

Wednesday Notice: March 4, 2022


Hobie Wolff Named 2022 Co-Youth Poet Laureate of St. Louis | Nick Merlo: Poetry Out Loud Regional Winner | Tickets Sold Out for Crossroads’ Spring Musical! | Summer Camp at Crossroads | Thank You, Fitness Room Donors | UNGALA Meets Fundraising Goal  |  Career Conversations  | Art as Action: Fiber Class Explores Yarn Bombing | College Acceptances | And more! …

2021 Summer Camp at Crossroads


Don’t miss your chance to register for Summer Camp 2021! Registration for Art Camp and Girls Volleyball Camp is now open. Art Camp will run from June 7-11 from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Girls Volleyball will run from June 7-11 from 12 p.m to 3:00 p.m. Download the registration form here. Completed forms can be sent, with payment, to …