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Dorm Nearing Completion-2016

Updated: Feb 1

It has been a long time coming, but all of the physical structures at Crossover are nearly complete. In 2014-2015, construction was completed on nine full classrooms. Six of the classes are for the lower school and three classrooms are for the middle school. By 2016, a Kindergarten classroom was fully completed. When the Kindergarten class was completed, all the physical structures for education were fully completed. 

In late 2016 and early 2017, work began on the dorms at Crossover. The dorms represent the final phase of all construction work at Crossover. As of March 15 2017, the dorms are ¾ done as you can see in the photos below. The final phase of dorm construction will be to add windows, doors, electrical, and the bunk beds.  At Wings, we cannot thank you enough for all of the support! Our efforts are paying off as the Crossover students continue to attain the highest level of academic success while enjoying a much safer and better life at the school.

UPDATE 2020-Students at Crossover have been comfortably living in the dorms since 2017. At Wings, we consider this to be a major accomplishment. When we first visited the school and saw the huts, we knew these dorms were the ultimate goal. Students are now safe inside and they can focus on their academics.

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Wings for Crossover, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, was founded in June of 2013. After a visit to the school in the Lake Volta region of Ghana, co-founders Jim Conti and Chad Cooper committed themselves to helping the students at Crossover.


Since the founding, the organization has grown and it has successfully begun to meet the stated objectives.


T: 714-743-3447

E: jconti@wingsforcrossover.org