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Leadership Council Training in August

July 28, 2022

Dear Leadership Council Members, Save the Date for Tuesday, August 16, 2022 for the Leadership Council Training. This training will prepare you for tabling at your school’s Open House as a Crosby Scholars Leadership Council member. During this training, you will meet the Leadership Council for the 2022-23 school year, meet the other members of… Read more »

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Seniors: Complete Senior Academy NOW over the summer!

June 14, 2022

Seniors!  Senior Academies are available NOW!  You can complete your Senior Academy before your Senior year begins.  Seniors must complete 1 Senior Academy by December 12, 2022.   Check the Crosby Scholars Student Portal for details on each Senior Academy option.  Questions?  Please contact seniorprogram@crosbyscholars.org. Read about Senior Academy and other Senior Expectations in our newsletter, DestinationCollege2023!… Read more »

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2022-2023 High School Leadership Council Results

June 13, 2022

Congratulations to the High School Leadership Council elected members for the 2022-2023 school year! Each student self-nominated and then elected by their peers through a voting process. We still have some space available for self-nominations! If you see your school is missing a member for your grade and you are interested in joining, email us… Read more »

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Crosby Scholars holds Breakfast of Champions event in Bermuda Run

June 2, 2022

BERMUDA RUN, N.C. — WXII 12 News — A special breakfast was held on Tuesday morning in Bermuda Run in honor of Crosby Scholars, the free college access program that serves all of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Public Schools for students in grades 6-12. Tuesday’s “Breakfast of Champions” welcomed the class of 2022 to the Crosby alumnae… Read more »

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Crosby Scholar Joshua Cloud never missed a day of school! Headed to NCCU.

June 1, 2022

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Winston-Salem Journal — Until this year, Joshua Cloud, a graduating senior at Atkins High School, didn’t even realize he’d never missed a day of school. His perfect attendance means he went to school for approximately 2,340 days, starting in kindergarten. He’s one of just a few seniors to do so this year.… Read more »

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