by Adam Kronberger / Head of School
Throughout its 25 years of existence, Crosshill Christian School (formerly Willamette Christian School) has served hundreds of families according to its mission of discipleship training. Along the way, a new campus in Keizer has been added and grades have been extended through high school. Academic options have broadened with dual credit college courses for high school students and an education support department serving the needs of students in all grades with learning disabilities.
Most recently, both enrollment growth and facility growth have expanded the school’s reach. The school has recently begun to turn families away who are looking for the unique academic services and discipleship training Crosshill provides.
Through prayerful consideration, we believe God desires the school to continue fulfilling its mission to a larger community. Improvements to the south campus entrance have already been completed (the "Link"), and facility improvements and classroom expansion on the Keizer Campus are already funded and in the planning stages.
In addition, the leadership of Church on the Hill and Crosshill Christian have approved the construction of a new high school building on the South Campus. This new building, called the Eagle Building, will ease existing crowding, allow for the enrollment of new families, and provide significant improvements to the high school facilities. The building will contain eight classrooms, including a Chemistry lab, and two locker rooms. Every Crosshill family will benefit from the new building.
Approximately $4.6 million is needed to complete the construction of the Eagle Building. At a recent Church on the Hill “Kingdom Builders” event, over $275,000 was raised in one evening towards this project. Through generous donations and secured financing, only $650,000 remains to complete the project. The building effort is currently in full swing with a target date of completion of Christmas 2019. Please keep this project and the school in your thoughts and prayers as God's vision of Kingdom Education continues to be fulfilled.
– Adam Kronberger / Head of School