Seniors ~ This is it!
Welcome to the Crosby Scholars Senior Program. A high school junior who has successfully completed the requirements of their Junior year in Crosby Scholars, including attending a Mandatory Rising Senior Meeting is eligible to become a senior Crosby Scholar.
The first step of the Senior Program begins during the summer before Senior year, when each Senior will meet with his/her Senior Advisor for your first 1:1 Senior Advisor Meeting. Scholars who do not attend this meeting are dismissed from the program in their senior year. At this meeting, Scholars formulate a plan for senior year for college admission.
As an active participant in the senior program, Scholars are required to continue to comply with the Student Partnership Agreement and Random Drug Screening Program as well as complete the program requirements outlined in their Crosby portal, like attending Crosby Scholars Academies and submitting a Community Service Form. Additionally, Seniors are required to meet monthly with their one-on-one Crosby Scholars Senior Advisor. Seniors who complete the Program receive a special designation on their transcript and their graduation program. They are also honored at a Senior Gala reception held in the Spring and given the opportunity to apply for a Last Dollar Grant scholarship.
- Click here if you are a Student-Athlete to research the NCAA requirements for students wishing to play DI or DII collegiate sports.
- NCAA Eligibility Center
National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA)
National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA)
- Get in the Game brochure
Here is a list of links to helpful college planning tools and resources:
- College Board (SAT/AP)
- 2014-2015 SAT Fee-Waiver Directory of Colleges
- American College Testing Program (ACT)
- Comparing ACT & SAT Scores
- College Foundation of NC (CFNC)
- CFNC NC College Application Week 2014 Participating Colleges
- The Common App
- 2015-16 Common App Member Institutions
- Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
- How to Create your Federal Student Aid ID
- Dependency Status Worksheet 2015 2016 FAFSA
- FAFSA Tips and Common Mistakes to Avoid
- 2015-16 CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE College and Program List
- Funding Your Education, The Guide to Federal Student Aid
- College Affordibility Guide