Crossroads is a mandatory Stage 6 course which extends the learning experiences of students in Years 7-10 in Personal Development, Health and Physical Education. Schools are required to deliver a 25 hour course in Personal Development and Health in Year 11 with an emphasis on drug and HIV/AIDS education issues.
Crossroads aims to support senior students as they address issues related to identity, independence and the changing responsibilities they face. In Crossroads, students have the opportunity to develop knowledge, understandings and skills to enable them to make informed decisions about issues which are pertinent to them. For some senior students, the school context may be the only forum for them to explore and discuss these issues.
Crookwell High School conducts the Crossroads program through a camp setting where students will be engaged in learning experiences aligned with the major aims of the course. This will occur on Wednesday 16th to Friday 18th of May 2012. The venue for the camp is Berry Sport & Recreation Centre.