Markail Taylor, 10, worked on a robotic vehicle Tuesday in Crossroads Academy’s new building at 1011 Central St. The new space includes classrooms, a science lab, visual and performing arts studios and study rooms, and is an expansion from the academy’s original building at 1015 Central St. The expansion was dedicated Wednesday.
Markail Taylor, 10, worked on a robotic vehicle Tuesday in Crossroads Academy’s new building at 1011 Central St. The new space includes classrooms, a science lab, visual and performing arts studios and study rooms, and is an expansion from the academy’s original building at 1015 Central St. The expansion was dedicated Wednesday. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
Markail Taylor, 10, worked on a robotic vehicle Tuesday in Crossroads Academy’s new building at 1011 Central St. The new space includes classrooms, a science lab, visual and performing arts studios and study rooms, and is an expansion from the academy’s original building at 1015 Central St. The expansion was dedicated Wednesday. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

Crossroads Academy in downtown KC expands as enrollment grows, diversifies

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