We know you are all feeling the impacts of the changing academic environment due to the impacts of COVID-19. Check out this post to access the top resources that we trust to help you through this time. Here you will find the most commonly asked questions about junior class schedules, college admission information, AP/IB tests, ACT/SAT tests, and more. We will frequently updates this post as we learn more current information.
The spring semester of the junior year is an important prep-time for all that is to come in the following months. Admissions offices are typically busy hosting events and interacting with students to help them decide where they will apply in the fall. Spring of the junior year is typically busy visiting college campuses, attending information sessions, and interacting with admission reps to help them prepare for their Senior Year applications!
In an effort to share current, correct information, we will use this space to direct you to resources that we trust to help you through this time. Remember, the Crosby Scholars Program staff is available to support you.
- Crosby Scholars Think Like a Senior Presentation: We will continue to host the final junior year requirement virtually through WebEx. All webinar dates for the TLS presentation are posted in the Crosby Scholars Student Portal. Be sure to sign up now to complete this requirement early!
- Senior Advisor Forms: Every senior in the Crosby Scholars program will work with a senior advisor throughout their final year in the program. If a student would like an assigned advisor from our staff (more than 2/3 of the current senior class), NO FORM is required and students will automatically be assigned. If a student would like to work with a self-selected advisor, they must complete the senior advisor form in their Crosby Scholars Student Portal. Join us on March 30th at 4pm to learn more about the Senior Advisor Program during a virtual webinar. More details can be found in your Crosby Scholars Student Portal.
- WSFCS Updates: As you should already know, your semester is still moving forward with online learning until at least May 15th. Please be sure to stay committed to your coursework, as your effort will impact your overall performance this semester. Check out the school system website to stay up to date on any WSFCS updates.
- Campus Tours/College Visit Requirement: Most college campuses are closed this spring for campus visits, as an alternative, be sure to participate in virtual tours that many colleges offer. Crosby Scholars understands that a virtual visit is nothing like a feet-on-the-ground campus tour, and we urge you to embrace the best option that colleges can offer at this time. We will accept campus tour/college visit forms for virtual visits this spring. At this time we will accept parent signatures for the form where a signature is required. If are submitting a college visit form for virtual campus tours, the information must be honestly presented and we have the right to revoke this credit if the submission is not accurate. CLICK HERE for instructions to receive credit for virtual tours/visits. Click here for the College Fair/Visit ONLINE FORM.
- Common Application: The Common Application’s compilation of resources is designed to assist students with college admission and standardized testing.
- Updates from the SAT (College Board): The May 2 SAT test date has been cancelled. Check out this link to see current information regarding SAT updates.
- Updates from ACT: The April 13th test date has been rescheduled to June 13th. Check out this link for more information regarding spring ACT testing.
- Updates for AP exams: CollegeBoard announced on March 20th, 2020 that they are providing free remote learning resources for AP courses and investing in the creation of an at-home testing option for AP exams. Be sure to check out this link: for current updates on the AP courses and exams.
- Updates for IB exams: IB examinations have been canceled for 2020. Please check out this link for more information regarding IB diploma’s and requirement.