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Crosswalk High School graduates at ceremony this month
After five years, Crosswalk charter school will reach a major milestone later this month, when they hold a graduation for the first time. Among the 15 students graduating are some of the 60 students who first started with the school as middle school students in 2002….

Local student gets near-perfect SAT score
Getting near-perfect scores on the Scholastic Assessment Test is extremely rare. Having near-perfect SAT scores, getting a perfect score on the high school exit exam, having a high school record of straight-A’s while also attending college is even rarer. But Zac Hann has achieved this — and more….

Pathways to College receives 8.8 million state grant

Crosswalk students get their feet wet with 20-year school project
When the students at Crosswalk Experiential Learning Pathways started school this year, they may have expected they’d be spending their time behind desks, reading textbooks.

Morean named teacher hero
Sherry Morean, a seventh- and eighth-grade teacher at Crosswalk Pathways to College Charter School, recently received the Teachers R Heroes award.

Education Extra 03-28-10
The Mojave Environmental Education Consortium and High Desert Power Project challenged students to submit essays on “what effect they could have on energy and the environment.”

Crosswalk student pursues culinary dream
When Nessa New has the “what are you going to do with your life” every high school senior repeatedly undergoes, she has an answer: She’s going to cook. The 17 year old Crosswalk senior plans to attend The Art Institute of California in San Diego after graduation. She’s already