•     Crosby Scholars enrollment period for the 2011-2012 is Sept. 1st - Oct. 1st                               

                      CROSBY SCHOLARS

    The Crosby Scholars program assists students throughout their high school years through a variety of programs.

    -Academic and personal development workshops in the areas of Speech & Communication, Conflict Resolution, Study Skills, Career Exploration, SAT Preparation, College Survival Skills, and Scholarships.

    -Workshops by college admission and financial aid professionals.

    -Trained volunteer advisors.

    -College visitation trips during school breaks.

    -Leadership skill development.

    -Annual recognition for students who complete the program and the Crosby Scholars designation on the high school transcript for each year of participation.

    -Graduating senior Crosby Scholars may apply for renewable Last Dollar Grants for up to $1200 to help finance their college education. (Grants are awarded to Scholars with an unmet need as determined by federal guidelines.)

                         Program Requirements
     -Sign up for the "It's Our Call" program. (It's Our Call is a voluntary drug testing program.) -Strive to maintain a 2.0 or higher GPA.
     -Perform at least 2 hours of community service and provide documentation. -Attend one Saturday Academy sponsored by Crosby Scholars.
     -Fulfill the terms of the Partnership Agreement by demonstrating good citizenship in your school and community.
                              How do I join?
    -Grades 9-10: All students in grades 9&10 submitting an application by the deadline are accepted into the program.
    -Applications will be available online or in the guidance office after September 1st of each year. -Application deadline is Oct. 1st of each year.
    -Sophomores: This is the final year for admitting 10th grade students into the program. There is no junior or senior application.
    Currently there are 178 Crosby Scholars at Reynolds. Our students have earned a total of $314,380 in Last Dollar Grants since 1997