99.7 Percent of California Crosspoint High School Graduates Go on to College


California Crosspoint High School takes learning very seriously, and our academic record speaks for itself. 100 percent of our graduates have gone on to college or the military. Founded in 1979, our comprehensive and challenging academics rank among the very best in the nation. Graduates have been accepted by UC Berkeley, UCLA, Cornell, Yale, Johns Hopkins, and West Point.

Our small class sizes, 18 Advanced Placement courses, and 5:1 student-to-faculty ratio make for an intimate, creative, and collaborative learning environment. Our students are taught by a highly qualified faculty, 60 percent of whom have masters or doctorates. Teachers are not simply instructors, but tutors, mentors, and often a “listening ear” for our student body.

We seek to minister to the entire student and develop young people to be not just academically strong, but spiritually and emotionally healthy. As a small high school we provide “Access to Opportunities” as an invitation to try a new sport, participate in the performing arts for the first time, consider a run for student government, or start a new club that matches your passion. These opportunities are available to all students, and all are encouraged to step out of their comfort zones and meet the challenge. Lifelong student relationships develop by way of team sports for boys and girls, student led clubs, and class trips both domestic and abroad.

CCHS is often described as a family. Walk through our halls, talk to our people, and you will quickly realize there is something special here. Our motto is “Transforming Lives for the Glory of God” and our mission is to fully equip students to allow them to find God’s will and purpose for their individual life. To learn more or to schedule a visit, go to CCHSRams.org.

1501 Harbor Bay Parkway, Alameda
510-995-5333, CCHSRams.org

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