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High School and Middle School Liaisons

September 20, 2019

Each high school and middle school in Forsyth County has a Crosby Scholars liaison who supports Program initiatives by sharing information with students and encouraging their progress as Crosby Scholars.  Please feel welcome to reach out to your school’s liaison with questions or concerns.

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Crosby Scholars Community Partnership Annual Report

June 24, 2019

It’s an exciting time for our Crosby Scholars Program! Our organization exceeded its membership goal two years early as we now provide services to over 11,600 students. For this upcoming school year, we anticipate nearly 12,000 middle and high school students in our program. Parents, administrators, and community members understand the importance and benefit of… Read more »

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Congratulations, 2019-20 Crosby Scholars Officers

June 20, 2019

Congratulations to our 2019-20 student leaders who were elected by their peers. Leadership is one of the most important skills you can learn to be the best person you can be and make the world a better place. Atkins High School President: Jacqueline Nikas Junior Vice-President: Walter Sellers Sophomore Vice-President: Ellie Potts Carver High School… Read more »

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Congrats to our 2019 Scholarship Recipients!

June 19, 2019

Congratulations to… Marley Priest of the Early College of Forsyth – recipient of the $8,000 Michael Nachman Scholarship. Yareth Alonso-Camarillo of Parkland High School and Yanitza Ramirez of Parkland High School – recipients of the $8,000 WFU/Crosby Scholarship. Anthony Davis-Pait of Mount Tabor High School, Skylar Beam of Reynolds High School, Gaddy Solano Huerta of Reynolds High School, Imani Spigner of Glenn High School, and Mya Murphy of Reynolds… Read more »

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Crosby Scholars help their community – and have fun, too

May 16, 2019

By Kathy Norcross Watts    During the 2018 Crosby Scholars Community Service Fair, tables overflowed with plastic bags that students twisted into “plarn,” plastic yarn used by Operation Bedroll in Greensboro to provide insulated sleeping mats for homeless individuals.  “I just enjoy this because I’m helping people that I know need help,” said 7th-grader Elias… Read more »

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