The Crosby Scholars Program

Crosby Scholars is available to all public middle and high school students in Forsyth County. The Crosby Scholars Program helps students achieve in and out of the classroom and contribute to the community. Students must join and complete all program requirements no later than their sophomore year of high school.

Since 1992, Crosby Scholars has provided career and college exploration, admissions and financial aid workshops, advising services, college campus visits, community service opportunities, cultural experiences, and over $980,000 in scholarships and Last Dollar Grants for college tuition annually, Crosby Scholars now serves more than 11,000 students each year and has assisted over 35,000 Forsyth County students for college and for life.

Program Overview


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Why Join the Crosby Scholars Program?

Preparing for college starts early! Crosby Scholars is here to ensure that every public school student in Forsyth County has the opportunity to attend college. 

Join over 11,000 middle and high school students in Forsyth County on the path to College, and experience the Crosby Scholars Advantage: 

  • Career and College Exploration
  • Community Service Opportunities and Crosby Scholar Perks to Get Involved and Have Fun
  • Advisors, College Campus Visits, Admissions and Financial Aid Workshops for High Schoolers
  • Parent Workshops
  • Over $900,000 in Scholarships and Last Dollar Grants for College Tuition Awarded Annually
  • And more! All at no cost to you.

Parent Partnership Agreement

Student Partnership Agreement

How to Join

Students in grades 6-10 attending a Forsyth County public school or partnering charter school can join the Crosby Scholars Program by completing a brief application, for informational purposes, on the Crosby Scholars website. Students and families are enrolled into the Program upon receipt of the application.

Please contact us at or (336) 725-5371 with any questions.