The charter members of the Hoosier Crossroads Conference were Avon, Brownsburg, Hamilton Southeastern, Harrison (West Lafayette), McCutcheon, Noblesville, Westfield, and Zionsville. In the fall of 2003 Lafayette Jefferson became the ninth member of the H.C.C. Then, in the fall 2006 Fishers High School joined the H.C.C., making it a ten team conference. Beginning with the 2014-15 sports year Harrison, Lafayette Jefferson, and McCutcheon left the H.C.C. to join the North Central Conference, leaving seven teams in the H.C.C. In August of 2018 the conference added Franklin Central High School making the Hoosier Crossroads Conference an eight team conference.
The Hoosier Crossroads Conference recognizes the diversity and varied interests of its member schools and believes positive competitive desire is a basic tenet of a democratic society. The conference strives to present the best in academic, athletic, and artistic programs for all stakeholders while focusing on the development of leadership skills and positive sportsmanship for all participants.
The conference exists for assisting students, faculties, and patrons of the member schools in achieving the following objectives: