REQUIREMENTS

Requirements of the Crosby Scholars program vary by grade level; however, all include:

  • being enrolled in a public middle or high school in Forsyth County
  • abiding by the terms of the Partnership Agreement by demonstrating good citizenship
  • attending one Crosby Scholar Academy each school year (two during the senior year)
  • completing and documenting a minimum of two hours of community service each school year by submitting a Crosby Scholars community service form by the prescribed deadline - Click here to view and print the form. 
  • following all school rules and refraining from being placed in out-of-school suspension
  • enrolling in the It's My Call/It's Our Call - alcohol and drug-screening program (high school scholars only) Click here to view and print the form. 
  • speaking with four college reps by attending a college fair (sophomores through seniors only) or by visiting four college campuses and submitting a college fair/college visit form
  • participating in other mandatory requirements as assigned by grade level, especially during the senior year

Participants in Crosby Scholars are responsible for:

  • making education a priority by striving to maintain at least a 2.0 GPA (minimum) in order to complete high school and enroll in a post-secondary institution
  • contributing to a cooperative school environment by being courteous, considerate, and respectful toward teachers, school officials, adults and fellow classmates
  • utilizing academic assistance provided by parents, school, community and the Program
  • developing leadership skills through active involvement in school and the community
  • striving for perfect attendance and avoiding unexcused absences
  • not participating in any form of bullying - verbal, physical or cyber
  • obeying the law and remaining drug free by agreeing to eschew making, selling, using, distributing, or possessing illegal drugs

 

Click below to access the program in your area

Forsyth
CountyEst. 1992
Rowan
CountyEst. 2013
Iredell
CountyEst. 2015