Grade 10

Sophomores: Staying on Course

How does the Crosby Scholars Program assist 10th grade students?

  • Offers academic and personal growth workshops
  • Provides opportunities to participate in community service activities
  • Introduces students to local college campuses and career exploration with opportunities for networking
  • Encourages a drug-free lifestyle
  • Recognizes students who complete Program requirements annually
  • Invites students to be ambassadors and develop leadership skills through the Leadership Council
  • Prepares students for the rigorous transition to junior and senior year with a more in-depth focus on higher education

What is required of 10th grade Crosby Scholars each school year?

  1. Attend one Crosby Scholars Academy (in-person and virtual opportunities).
  2. Perform at least two hours of community service and submit a community service form.
  3. Maintain good citizenship by not receiving out-of-school suspension.
  4. Sophomores may begin working on the College Fair/College Visit requirement (see below).
  • Academy

    Academy Dates for Fall 2023

    Academies are workshops that help students develop their academic and interpersonal skills. Students are required to attend one (1) Crosby Scholars Academy each school year. Academies are offered both in-person and virtually. Register now in your Crosby Scholars Student Portal.
  • Community Service

    2023-24 Deadline for Grades 6-10 is April 24, 2024.

    Crosby Scholars are required to complete two hours of community service each school year, although five are recommended for high school scholars. We appreciate that scholars are committed to completing the requirement and want to allow for students to be creative and innovative in their approach to volunteering. Please visit our Community Service page and click on Volunteer Opportunities to view both virtual and in-person opportunities.

    Submitting your Community Service Form is easy!

    1. Submit the online form here. An adult signature is not required.
    2. Email a picture of your form to our office:
    3. Fax your form to (336) 725-1321
    4. Make a copy or take a picture of your form for your records and mail it to Crosby Scholars Community Partnership at 2701 University Parkway, Winston-Salem, NC 27105.
    5. Make a copy or take a picture of the form for your records and submit it at your school's Student Services office.

    To check if you have completed the Community Service requirement for Crosby Scholars, follow the steps below:

    1. Login to your Crosby Scholars Student Portal here
    2. Click My Status on the menu bar
    3. Scroll down to Program Requirements
    4. View Community Service and Community Service Hours Received

    Questions? Please contact us!

    Call our office at (336) 725-5371 or email us at

  • College Fair/College Visit

    College Fair/College Visit Requirement:

    To fulfill the college fair/college visit requirement, Crosby Scholars must speak with four college admission reps about their respective schools. Students typically fulfill this requirement by attending one college fair and submitting a college fair form during their sophomore year, junior year, or senior year; however, juniors and seniors may fulfill this requirement by visiting four college campuses. Details will be posted with changes and updates to this requirement as we learn more about changes to the fall semester. The full details of this requirement are always outlined in the Crosby Scholars Student Portal. This requirement must be fulfilled by early October of your senior year. Submitting one college fair form or one college visit form is required to verify your presence.

    The most popular way to fulfill this requirement is to attend the local college fair, however the College Fair may look different this year. We will update you via email and in your student portal as we receive more details.

    List of Colleges who have attended in the past: Click here

    Sophomore Year

    CLICK HERE to complete the College Fair/Visit Form.

  • Enrichment and Resources


    The list below is a compilation of different enrichment programs for middle and high school students for the 2022-2023 academic year. Click on each link to find out more information. We will update this list as we continue to hear about these opportunities, so stay tuned!


    Check out the links below for information that was discussed in the 2021-2022 Parent Sessions: 

  • CrosbyPlus : Advisor Program

    CrosbyPlus: Coming Soon

    Previously known as the Grade Advisor Program.

    What is CrosbyPlus??
    CrosbyPlus is designed to help prepare Crosby Scholars for the college admission process by building a foundation that will successfully launch them into the junior and senior years. We will post 2 tik tok videos on a specific topic, and Scholars will be invited to attend a check-in group meeting at the end of each month.

    Follow these simple steps to participate:

    1. Follow @crosbyscholars on Tik Tok
    2. Watch the 5 latest videos

  • Newsletter

    Each Sophomore in the Program has access to a monthly newsletter. It is published to keep students informed of activities, deadlines, and announcements. Each newsletter offers appropriate advice and assistance for a specific period of time. The link to the newsletter is emailed to freshmen and their parents/guardians. 

    November 2023 Newsletter