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Struthers High School

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    The Girls Basketball Team had a great time caroling to residents of the local nursing home!
  • Students working with Vex Robotics in class

    The students in Mr. Donatelli's Robotics class are hard at work creating with Vex Robotics equipment. This is all thanks to a generous donation from the Struthers Foundation.
  • EMOJI READS Bulletin Board

    Here are some great suggestions of titles at the High School Library to get your favorite EMOJI feeling going.
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    Congratulations Emily for receiving the Award of Excellence at Future Medical Leaders Conference in Boston, MA!
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Super's News & Events

BOE Agendas & Meeting Minutes Now Available Online

As the new year begins, we have begun posting our Board of Education agendas and meeting minutes on our website. These can… Read More

Struthers High School News

Parents and Community Invited to Attend Winter Concerts

The Struthers City School District will present its annual holiday winter concerts that will feature a selection of holiday… Read More

Playoff Tickets On Sale for Friday Night's Football Game

The Struthers Varsity Football Team will be playing in the first round of OHSAA Division IV playoffs at Perry High School on… Read More

Join Us at A College Credit Plus Informational Meeting

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The Spanish Club Stands United to Help Countries in Need

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Struthers Students Get Creative at “Coffee and Canvas” Event

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The Spanish Club Stands United to Help Countries in Need

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The Spanish Club at Struthers High School went above and beyond to help victims of the recent hurricane and earthquake in Puerto Rico and Mexico!

From October 2-6, the Spanish Club collected food and toiletry items to donate to Loving Touch Ministry in Youngstown to help the victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Spanish teacher and club advisor, Carly Giancola, said, “Maria has left Puerto Rico completely devastated and they are quickly running out of the necessary supplies. We wanted to do our part to help those in need.”

Various items collected include: canned goods, toilet paper, batteries, water, diapers, shampoo and more.

The SHS homeroom that donated the most items will receive a Chick-fil-a breakfast in the coming weeks. As part of the fundraiser, SHS was “competing” against Poland Seminary High School for a chance to be highlighted on WKBN.

The Spanish club also collected $450.86 to donate to victims of the recent earthquake that struck Mexico. The money with be sent to the United Way in Mexico to help with relief efforts.

“Our students members are very passionate about helping others and getting the community involved in their projects,” said Giancola.

Recent Struthers School District News

Struthers Students Get Creative at “Coffee and Canvas” Event

The Art Squad at Struthers High School spent an afternoon showing off their creative side at a “Coffee and Canvas” event. Students enjoyed donuts and sipped on coffee and hot cocoa, while painting a fall pumpkin canvas. The SHS Art Squad is a creative group of students who enjoy doing art projects… Read More

Struthers High School Seniors - Apply for the New $8,000 Scholarship

The Guidance Department at Struthers High School announces a new $8,000 scholarship available to one graduating senior. The Otis R. Heldman Sr. and Jr. Scholar-Athlete Awards and Scholarship recognizes achievement in both academics and sports over four years. “This scholarship is a wonderful opportunity to help one graduating senior. We also feel it is an excellent way to provide incentives to underclassman to keep working hard both in the… Read More

Graduation Requirements for the Class of 2018

As a student who entered grade 9 between July 1, 2014, and June 30, 2015, you have multiple pathways to earn a high school diploma so that you can move on to your next steps in education or a career. Be sure to talk with your school counselor early in the school year about your path to graduation and your future success.Please review the Class of 2018 Graduation Requirements document… Read More

Upcoming Events

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Struthers District

January 2018

Tue 16

Start of 2nd Semester

Fri 19

Report Cards

February 2018

Mon 12

Band Booster Meeting

Thu 15

Early Release

Thu 15

Parent/Teacher Conferences

Fri 16

No School

Mon 19

President's Day

Mon 19

No School

Tue 27

ACT Testing Day - Juniors

March 2018

Thu 8

OHSAA Spring Sports Meeting

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STRUTHERS CITY SCHOOLS MISSION

The Struthers City School District in cooperation with family and a community founded on tradition, recognize our role as a catalyst for change to enhance student achievement and develop good character as we create appropriate academic, technological, and vocational opportunities for all students.

Based on the needs of our students, we are dedicated to providing a diversified, integrated, and flexible curriculum that develops independent and responsible citizens capable of making critical decisions.

As a primary partner in providing educational leadership, we will create links with family, business, and community agencies to ensure the continuous improvement of teaching and learning.

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