88 out of 10GreatSchools

Troy Crossroads Elementary School

Shorewood, IL
  • Public
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  • Grades PK-4
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  • Enrollment: 607

Overview

Troy Crossroads Elementary School
210 West Black Road
Shorewood, IL 60404
(815) 577-6760
Troy Crossroads Elementary School is located in Shorewood, IL and serves grades PK-4.It received a GreatSchool rating of 8 out of 10
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Student Diversity

Race

Percentage

Asian
4%
Two or more races
4%
Black
10%
Hispanic
31%
White
51%

Reviews4 Reviews

3.5
parent
I would give 0 starts if I could. School management is awful. Teachers don't care about any students. I am glad we are homeschooling now.
other
I have three kids going to Crossroads. First of all we love this school! The principal and staff are great people. They work very hard to make Crossroads great! All teachers we've had so far care a great deal about their students. They are easy to communicate with and they address questions and concerns in a swift manner.The front office ladies have been very helpful as well.Events are planned carefully by the school. Any parent can and should join the PAC or parent action committee to help with this process. (PAC is not the PTO...) They meet once a month and discuss events concerning Crossroads only. They also review outcomes of PTO meetings, which are district-wide. Without cooperation and help from parents the school can only do so much. It's easy to criticize when not actually taking part in the process! ;) All have the equal chance to boost school spirit!
parent
Hi First how about for Halloween instead of playing music and kids just walk out, we talk announce the class and teachers show some enthusiasm, also family fun fair, send letters home ask for enthusiastic energetic people or fun ideas cause it's pretty lame, also how about something for the Fathers they already get left out of Fathets day, how about a daughter father dance and a Fathers day celebration or something
parent
I withheld my review until my child's last year at this school just to give a fair assessment. My son started Pre-K in 2006 and this will be his last year there ending 4th grade in 2012. I absolutely loved this school! The teachers are very approachable and communicative. Academically, I was impressed how early certain material was started as opposed to when I was in grade school ( :-) Granted it's been a few years). There are some reviews of the front staff being rude, and sadly, I was put off by this the first 2 years but the last few it's been the complete opposite. The have been friendly and helpful. My child was also in speech therapy the first 4 and a half years he was there and it helped him tremendously. He actually looked forward to "speech days", it is a wonderful program!