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Crossroads is a year-long alternative to the traditional sixth grade curriculum.

The program combines the study of language arts, social studies, and science to explore issues related to cultures of family, community, nation, and world. Students in Crossroads do not have defined times for science, social studies, or language arts each day. Instead, they work on assignments and projects that integrate the topics and skills learned in those classes around the theme of culture.

To learn more about the Integrated Programs at RMS, including the selection and lottery process, visit the Integrated Programs webpage. To learn more about the courses available for 6th-grade students, view the RMS Program of Studies.

Integrated ProgramsRMS Program of Studies

Crossroads Class for 2019-20 sitting on hill

Terrance Canny


Thomas Rendulich


Frequently Asked Questions

If your questions about Crossroads have not been answered in the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) below, please contact the Crossroads teachers. For questions about your individual child, consider speaking with your child’s fifth grade teacher. He or she may be able to help you determine if Crossroads is a good fit for your child.