How does the Crosby Scholars Program assist middle school students?
- Offers academic and personal growth workshops
- Provides opportunities to participate in community service activities
- Exposes students to local college campuses and career exploration
- Encourages a drug free lifestyle
- Provides annual recognition for students who complete program requirements
What is required of middle school Crosby Scholars each school year?
Crosby Scholars Academies provide an opportunity for students to participate in academic and personal enrichment workshops which may include: Note Taking (Made Easy & Fun), Building Self-Esteem, No More Excuses, Express Yourself, Leadership, Time Management and Tearing Off Labels
- Perform at least 2 hours of community service and provide documentation
Community service or volunteer work during the academic school year may be completed individually or with a club or group at school, church, or in the community. Middle school scholars are required to volunteer for at least 2 hours and then submit a signed Community Service Form by the posted deadline. Forms signed by parents will not be accepted. Community Service Forms are available in school guidance offices or can be printed from the link on the Student Community Service page on this website.
- Fulfill the terms of the Partnership Agreement by demonstrating good citizenship in your school and community. (You may not receive out of school suspension.)
Rising 8th Grade College Tours
All rising 8th grade Crosby Scholars are encouraged to participate in any free college tours arranged by the Crosby Scholars Program. College tours are a great opportunity to start early on exploring colleges and catching a glimpse of your college future.
College tours for rising 8th graders are held during the summer after the 7th grade year. Scholars will have the opportunity to visit various nearby colleges. Early college visits provide Scholars with the chance to meet with college students and college staff, while also receiving information on college admissions processes, academics, and college life.
Here is a list of websites with information about what middle school Crosby Scholars (and their parents) can be doing to prepare academically and financially for college.