Crosby Middle School is located in the Douglass Hills area of Middletown. Opened in the fall of 1974, the school is named for James Crosby, former principal of Middletown Elementary and longtime educator with the Jefferson County Public School (JCPS) District.
The two-story building, designed specifically as a middle school, is accessible to students with disabilities. It has a large gym, a well-equipped media center, four computer labs, and a large multipurpose room known as the cafetorium.
Crosby Middle School provides relevant and rigorous instruction that prepares and inspires students to become productive citizens and future leaders.
We believe that the educational process is most complete when the venture is a joint effort of the student, the parent, and the school. There should be close ties and communication between school and home. Student achievement is the reward, and our program is aimed at teaching self-discipline, self-respect, and respect for others. We believe that each student is a unique individual worthy of and entitled to respect.
Our program strives to achieve the following:
The Crosby program provides a structured and time-tested educational climate for students. Within this framework, Crosby stresses: