Crosby Scholars News

Winter 2018-19

Happy Holidays from Iredell County Crosby Scholars

Please enjoy this video message created for us by Paige Cook, one of our talented Scholars at South Iredell High School. She provided us with the music credits shown below.

Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies Kevin MacLeod (

Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

A New Way to Help Iredell Crosby Scholars

If you do any shopping on Amazon, you can now choose Iredell Crosby Scholars as part of the AmazonSmile program. It's easy! Go to and search for Iredell Crosby Scholars. (Don't be alarmed that we show a Winston-Salem location--it is us!!) Choose us and a portion of your purchases will be donated to help us fund programs like Last Dollar Grants, College Visit Trips and Career Camps. Spread the word!!

Winter/Spring Academies

Below is a list of our scheduled winter/spring academies. To register, use the Student/Parent Log-in on the homepage of our website. Once in the portal, you are able to choose the session you'd like to attend. Don't wait until the last minute--space is limited and some sessions may fill up.

Reminder- Scholars in grades 6-11 must attend ONE academy each school year as a requirement to remain active in the program.

Juniors should choose a January academy to ensure that all of your requirements are met prior to the start of rising-senior meetings. This is critical (especially for ISS students) due to this year's extremely short summer break!!!

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Tickets available now for Casino Aspire

Support Iredell Crosby Scholars and go to to purchase tickets for our Casino Aspire on November 2, 2018! Individual tickets are available as well as reserved sponsorship tables for you and seven of your best friends or co-workers!
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Senior Summary

Our 2018 graduates are readying themselves to begin their college studies soon. Top school choices for our students include App State (16), NCSU (16), UNC-Chapel Hill (12), Mitchell Community College (9), UNC Charlotte (9), Lenior Rhyne (7), UNC Greensboro (5), University of South Carolina (5), East Carolina (4), UNC Wilmington (4), and NC A&T (3). In all, they plan to attend 43 different colleges and universities in NC and across the US.