At Crosstown High, students are often in the driver’s seat when it comes to developing new clubs and interest groups, so if you don’t see something that interests you below, propose an idea!
The after-school jazz program features both ensemble practices and master classes with instructors in various instruments and choir.
The Crosstown High Athletic Department’s philosophy is that the student athletes’ pursuits on the field should be equally balanced with those off of it.
Firearms are the leading cause of death for young people in America, and Students Demand Action are activists committing to changing that.
Policy debate is a research-based speech competition in which students argue for and against a resolution that advocates for change in federal government policy.
Crosstown's DEI Groups provide spaces for students to understand and celebrate their own unique identities as well as the rich identities of others.
The purpose of the STEM club is to increase opportunities to enhance skills in Science, Technology, Mathematics, and Engineering.
Student Government Association strives to be the voice for all students and encourage meaningful participation in student activities.
Crosstown Chronicles is the student-founded and run newspaper.