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Crosby Scholars

Crosby Scholars began in the 1992-93 school year at Carver and Glenn high schools to provide funds to students who pledged to remain drug-free. It is now a comprehensive college access program at 20 high schools and 23 middle schools!

This program is available to all 6th-10th grade students who attend public and public-charter schools in Forsyth County. The college access program includes students of all academic ability. Students must join and complete all program requirements no later than their sophomore year in high school to be eligible for junior and senior year membership.

All Crosby Scholars:

  • Sign and agree to a Student and a Parent/Guardian Partnership Agreement
  • Attend Crosby Scholars Academy
  • Complete 2 hours of community service each year
  • Maintain good disciplinary standing in their schools, with no suspensions
For more information, please reach out to School Counselor Alexis Long or visit

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