Crossover’s innovative school calendar provides time for experiential learning and leadership development in addition to regular academic coursework. The school year is divided into three trimesters—fall, winter, and spring—12 weeks of rigorous academic study, along with holidays and scheduled breaks (fall break, Christmas break, and spring break).
Most years (but not 2020-2021 due to the pandemic), the year concludes with May Term, where students pick a single experiential learning course to study for two weeks. During May Term, students could do anything from completing a business internship or volunteering with a community service organization to producing and performing a play to researching and filming a documentary.
As of Fall 2020, Crossover Prep joins hundreds of districts in Oklahoma, Colorado, and around the country in offering a four-day school week. Classes will meet from 8:05 to 4:30 each Monday through Thursday, with mandatory academic intervention on Friday mornings for struggling students.