Crabapple Crossing Elementary School

Crabapple Crossing Elementary school provides an education for about 775 students every year.

They employ about 85 staff members and serve Kindergarten to fifth-grade students. There are 34 classrooms split between the grades.


The school provides a diverse curriculum to help create more well-rounded students. The curriculum includes:

  • An Art Curriculum
  • Physical Education
  • General Music
  • And More!

This curriculum is designed to adhere to the standards set by the State of Georgia.

After School Programs

Along with academics, Crabapple Crossing Elementary School provides many after school programs including:

  • The Tutor Shop
  • Bricks 4 Kidz
  • Let’s Pretend
  • Basketball
  • Spanish
  • Imagine That Science
  • Chess
  • Guitar Club
  • Dance Class
  • And More!

These programs are designed to help children learn more about things they are interested in after school hours.


The school also offers a few clubs for students including:

  • National Elementary Honor Society
  • Student Council
  • Fit Squad
  • Chorus
  • Math Olympiad
  • School Safety Squad/Patrol
  • Kids Green Team

These clubs allow children to become more involved within the school.

The school is supported by parental involvement and the community with a strong commitment to cultural arts and experiences. With a special focus on reading and math programs, the school allows volunteer parents to help improve the skills of the students. This helps students grow and allows parents the opportunity to get involved.

Crabapple Crossing Elementary School has been given a 10 out of 10 by and a four-star community rating. This school serves the Alpharetta area and provides a solid foundation for the education of area students.

Many families moving to the Alpharetta area choose to live within the zone for Crabapple Crossing. Students are provided with many resources and challenged to grow. It’s a sought after area because of the school and the education provided to students.

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