NEWS:
  • The last day of classes for students is Wednesday, May 31st!
  • Be sure to check the website calendar for upcoming end of the year events!
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Struthers High School

Important ACT Updates for Junior Students & Parents

As part of Ohio’s Graduation requirements for the class of 2018 and beyond, students are to be given a state-funded college readiness test. Struthers City Schools has selected the ACT as the test to be given to the current junior class. Therefore, on April 19th the junior class will be taking the ACT test during the school day.

Students will report to school and homeroom on Wednesday April 19th as normal. The junior class will then meet in the cafeteria to be transported to St. Nick’s hall to take the ACT Test. The test will take roughly 3 ½-4 hours to complete. Once the test is completed, the students will be provided lunch. Following lunch the juniors will return to Struthers High School for dismissal.

All students that drive and those being picked up will be dismissed at that time (approximately 1:30pm). Any student requiring district transportation or those not able to be picked up will be provided a study hall for the remainder of the school day.

If you have questions about the testing or the schedule for April 19, please contact Principal Roger Day (330) 750-1062, ext. 41312, or a school guidance counselor.

Upcoming Events

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Middle School

High School

Athletics

Struthers District

May 2017

Thu 25

Underclassmen Exams

Fri 26

Underclassmen Exams

Fri 26

Senior Class Trip - Cedar Point

Sun 28

Commencement

Mon 29

No School - Memorial Day

Wed 31

Last Day of Classes

Wed 31

End of 4th Nine Weeks/2nd Semester

June 2017

Mon 12

Summer OGT Testing

Mon 12

Band Booster Meeting

Tue 13

Summer OGT Testing

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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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