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Global Scholars helps prepare young people to participate in the global workforce. In collaboration with Akron Public Schools leadership, high school students enroll in the program and prepare with ACWA curriculum to  meet and dialogue with Foreign Diplomats in a formal briefing session.

Being a member of the senior class is a school wide responsibility.  Students help fix problems that may exist within the school as well as shaping memories they will have for the rest of their lives.

Seniors are also encouraged to work with other classes, lending their experiences to the next group of seniors.  Some of the senior class responsibilities are the creation and running of the Talent Show, Maintaining a Senior Advisory meeting every two weeks, and planning activities like Prom and the Senior Class Picnic.

Key Club is a volunteer organization that does service projects for the community as well as the school.
To be a member you need a total of eight volunteer hours by the end of the year.

Student council is an organization at Ellet High School that works on improving the school and the community.

Seniors are also encouraged to work with other classes, lending their experiences to the next group of seniors.  Some of the senior class responsibilities are the creation and running of the Talent Show, Maintaining a Senior Advisory meeting every two weeks, and planning activities like Prom and the Senior Class Picnic.

National Honor Society (NHS) is a recognition program for high school students in grades 10-12.

NHS honors those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. One of their main focuses is volunteering, but they also do many fundraisers for the school.

Tallmadge Photography and Robert Williams are the yearbook's contracted yearbook photographers – handling sports candids, group photos, and other tasks -  including all professional senior photos for the color section of the yearbook.

Each yearly student staff is decided in late spring through application process. Current staff members must reapply every year along with new candidates. A single day workshop is held in August, where students are trained on page design basics. This is also where the annual ad sales efforts are kicked off. For each new book, the editors and staff decide on a new "theme," which they attempt to portray throughout the book.

The yearbook staff is faced with 5 to 6 separate page deadlines throughout the school year, usually 25-30 pages per deadline, with the final batch submitted in June.

Orders/Sales for the new book starts in mid November to underclassmen (seniors' books are part of their senior dues.)

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