Struthers High School offers numerous opportunities for students to get involved in a leadership role during their 4 years of high school. Below is a list of available organizations for students in grades 9-12. Specific pre-requisite requirements are listed below, as well as eligible grade levels. Students are encouraged to reach out to the adviser for more information.
Link Crew is a freshman transition program that helps prepare incoming freshmen for high school. The incoming freshmen are paired with a current Junior or Senior student. These upperclassmen are known as the Link Crew and serve as mentors for their freshmen. The transition program starts with freshman orientation and throughout the school year, there are various academic and social follow-up opportunities where the freshman can meet with their Link Crew. Students meet once a month at the end of the school day on adjusted schedule.
Contact Person: Megan Nicholas
Phone Number: (330) 750-1062, ext: 41362
National Honors Society
To be selected to this prestigious society, you must exemplify high standards of Character, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service. You must maintain a 3.5 GPA or higher and have at least 20 service points to be voted on by SHS faculty and staff for membership.
Contact Person: Stephanie Mickler
Phone Number: (330) 750-1062 ext. 41389
National Art Honors Society
To be selected to this prestigious society, students must display a comprehensive, balanced, and sequential learning in the visual arts.
Contact Person: Sarah Herrholtz
Phone Number: (330) 750-1062 ext. 41350
Société Honoraire de Français (French National Honors Society)
Société Honoraire de Français is an organization that recognizes high school students who have maintained excellent grades in at least three semesters of French language courses.
Contact Person: Patricia Romeo
Phone Number: (330) 750-1062, ext. 41370
Junior Class Officers
Students interested in joining the Junior Class Officer staff need to meet eligibility requirements as set by the Struthers Board of Education and personally secure petition signatures and agree to the stipulations required for the desired position. Students are elected by their peers into positions of President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer.
Junior Class main projects: SHS Football programs, planning Jr/Sr Prom. Find below applications for each position:
Senior Class Officers
Students are elected by their peers into positions of President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. There are also representatives that serve in the Senior Class as well as Student Council.
As officers, students meet to plan and decorate for the Homecoming game and Homecoming dance, as well as working the concession stands during Friday night football games, and fundraising for a variety of things during the year. Senior Class Officers are also responsible for helping to lead the senior class in activities such as the senior breakfast, graduation practice and the senior class trip. In addition, the senior class officers help designate a senior class project that they are passionate about in order to help their underclassmen or school.
To obtain a petition for an officer position, please see Mrs. Mickler or Mrs. Edwards.