Grade 11

Down the Home Stretch!

Junior Program

Checklist for Juniors

Junior Notebook Class of 2022

Preparing for college heats up! Because of your involvement in Crosby Scholars, we believe that you expect to go to college and we want to help you get there.

Expand your resources and establish your team. Attend college fairs, talk with college students, and ask questions.

Make every effort to attend your Crosby Club Meetings (formally known as the Grade Advisor Program). Involve your family as your support system, and visit your high school counselor often. It’s not too early to start looking for scholarships.

  • Scholars who completed the Program in 10th grade are automatically enrolled in the program for their junior year.
  • There is not an application for the junior year.
  • Students must enroll in the Program by the beginning of their sophomore year of high school. (Exceptions may be made for newly enrolled students in Iredell-Statesville/Mooresville Graded School System. Contact the Crosby Scholars Executive Director by October 1 of the junior year for more information.)

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  • Academy

    COVID-19 Update- online academies are being offered for the 2020-2021 school year. Please email, High School Program Coordinator with questions.

    The Crosby Scholars Academy offers students academic and personal development workshops on a variety of skill enhancement topics that support student achievement and college planning.

    Juniors are required to attend one Crosby Scholars Academy offered in the summer, fall or early winter. Scholars must register to attend an academy session through their Crosby Scholars Student Portal. Virtual options are being offered during Covid-19 pandemic.

    Students can select from a number of sessions that include:

    • Career Choice and Personality
    • College Admissions
    • Growth Mindset
    • ACT/SAT Prep
    • Financial Basics
    • Engineering 
    • How to Get Your First Job
    • Career Exploration

    Parents please note by allowing your student(s) to attend the Crosby Scholars Academy, you are agreeing to the terms of the partnership agreeement located in your student's portal. This agreement will remain in effect for the duration of your student’s participation in the program.

  • Community Service

    Crosby Scholars are required to complete two hours of community service every school year, although five are recommended.  Click here to access the form and learn how to turn it in.

    *Head to the community service page in the link above to read how COVID-19 has affected this requirement.

    Scholars must submit their form documenting their hours that includes a signature of the person in charge of the service activity by the deadline noted above.

  • College Fair/Visit

    College Fair/College Visit Requirement:

    *COVID-19 Update*- If you go on a virtual college tour, this counts as one of your signatures. Please keep record of an email confirmation or screenshot of you taking the online tour to turn in with the rest of the form.

    To fulfill the college fair/college visit requirement, Crosby Scholars must speak with four college admission reps about their respective schools.

    Students typically fulfill this requirement by attending one college fair. That way, they can speak to numerous college represenatives in one evening and receive all the signatures necessary for the form.  Students in grades 10-12 can also meet this requirement by going on four college tours.

    Details are posted below and are outlined in the Crosby Scholars Student Portal. This requirement must be fulfilled by October 31st of your senior year.

    Click here for the College Fair-Visit form.

  • Think Like a Senior Meeting

    This meeting is held in the Spring semester of your junior year. There will be numerous meetings held, you just need to sign up for one. Scholar's TLS Confirmation of Attendance- must be completed at the end of the meeting in order to receive credit for attending - form is only available at the end of each meeting and should be completed before leaving.

    Crosby Scholars Class of 2022, you're almost at the finish line! This is your final Junior Program requirement before you transition to the Senior Program.

    During this meeting, you will learn about the Crosby Scholars Senior Program requirements, and how Crosby Scholars works with you throughout the college admissions process, financial aid process, and finally, through making your BIG enrollment decision! We will also discuss the Crosby Scholars Senior Advisor Program in detail, so you can make an educated decision when choosing your Senior Advisor.

    Juniors must attend ONE mandatory meeting. 

    Think Like a Senior Meetings for the Class of 2022 will take place in January of 2021.  This year meetings will be virtual.  Upon completion of the meeting, the class of 2022 students will receive a Senior T-Shirt and Crosby Senior Notebook.  Sign up on your student portal for a meeting and give your t-shirt size. 

    1/5/2021 6 pm

    1/7/2021 6 pm

    1/16/2021 10 am

    1/17/2021 2 pm

    1/20/2021 6 pm

    1/21/2021 6 pm

    1/30/2021 10 am 

    Register in your student portal 

    This is a program requirement! Juniors who do not meet this requirement will be dismissed from the Program. You must log in to your Crosby Scholars Student Portal to register.

    Each high school junior must complete all Junior Program requirements to be eligible for the Senior Program. The Crosby Scholars Program does not accept new applications to join or rejoin the Program during the senior year.

  • Crosby Club Program

    Click here to visit the Crosby Club page on the website

    COVID-19 Update: The Crosby Club Program went virtual this school year. In spring of 2021, High School Program Coordinator will offer live zoom sessions for all students. If visitors are welcomed back on school grounds, classroom sessions will take place.

    Crosby Club Program (formerly known as Grade Advisor Program) helps underclassmen begin preparing for their post-secondary goals

    • Topics discussed at Crosby Club meetings help prepare scholars personally, financially, and academically for post-secondary success.
    • The Crosby Club Program was established to offer underclassmen the opportunity to meet with an advisor during the Spring semester of each school year.
    • These meetings are group meetings and therefore are not rescheduled unless school is closed or after-school activities are canceled.
    • Meetings are held monthly beginning in January.  The program concludes in May with an end-of-year reception. Scholars are required to register online to attend meetings #1 and #5 only (snacks are provided). 
    • Online registration is not required to attend meetings #2, #3, and #4.
    • Meetings are held most often during smart lunch or after school, at school, and last approximately 30-40 minutes. This is at the discretion of the high school.
    • Attendance is taken at each meeting and is recorded in our office
    • We strongly encourage students to attend as many meetings as possible!

    Contact Kristen Montgomery, High School Program Coordinator with additional questions related to the Crosby Club Program.