Iredell Crosby Scholars

spring 2018

Congratulations ASPIRE Scholarship Winner!

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2018 Iredell Crosby Scholars Senior Gala

April 23, 2018

A steady rain didn't dampen the spirits of the large crowd gathered at the Statesville Civic Center on Monday to honor our first Iredell Crosby Scholar Senior Class. The seniors, family members, Crosby's Board of Directors, staff, and volunteers along with school personnel and community leaders attended the program to recognize this senior class and award several scholarships to the graduates.


Each of the students honored at the Gala have completed three years of program requirements which include attending at least one academy each year, completing community service, and demonstrating good citizenship. As a senior, they met additional requirements as well.


Students presented scholarships at this year's Gala include:


Ava Armstrong, $1500 Goodwill Willpower Scholarship


Nikkie Karimian, $500 Iredell County Crosby Scholars Aspire! Scholarship


Sloan Edemann, $1000 Joyce Kohfeldt Determination Award


Payne Jones, $500 Joyce Kohfeldt Determination Award

Ashley Rak, $500 Joyce Kohfeldt Determination Award

Anna Crider, $500 Joyce Kohfeldt Determination Award

MacKenzie Henning, $500 Joyce Kohfeldt Determination Award


One senior from each high school was selected to receive a $200 Board of Director's Award for outstanding program participation. Recipients included:


CCTL: Paxton Powell

Crossroads: Adriana Brokopp

iAcademy: Holly Hart

Lake Norman High School: Jacob Ramsey

Mooresville High School: Jade Spratling

North Iredell High School: Daniel Nicholson

Pine Lake Preparatory School: Conrad Phillips

Statesville High School: Nikkie Karimian

South Iredell High School: Ruth Chan-Sui

West Iredell High School: Paul Brown


(Note: Ag. Science Early College and Langtree Charter Academy do not have a senior class yet this year.)

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Community Service You Can Do at Home and Help Our Troops

Go to this website for the details, but mainly you just need to cut coupons and we will collect them and send this to this company and they forward them to the troops!

They must be manufacturer's coupons, not downloaded from the internet or from local grocery stores. Here's how you can earn Crosby Scholars community service credit:


For every 100 eligible coupons you cut and turn in, you will receive 1 hour of community service.


You may mail these to our office over the summer:


Iredell Crosby Scholars

124 Fourth Crescent Place

Statesville, NC 28625



https://www.couponcabin.com/troops/