Stratford students go on to do amazing things.
Our goal is to prepare and mentor students for success beyond Stratford, and we have a reputation for a superior academic program with excellent results. Each year, over 90% of Stratford graduates are admitted into top choice private high schools or place into advanced placement classes in public high schools.
Our graduates have been accepted from the following public and private high schools in the Bay Area:
- Harker High School
- St. Francis High School
- Archbishop Mitty
- Presentation High School
- Valley Christian
- Notre Dame
- Basis Independent
- College Preparatory
- Menlo School
- Los Gatos High School
- Pinewood Academy
- Palo Alto High School
- And more!
After high school, our graduates have gone on to prestigious colleges and universities including:
- Harvard University
- Stanford University
- Cornell University
- Brown University
- Georgetown University
- Rice University
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Carnegie Mellon University
- University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
- University of Southern California
- University of California, Berkeley
- University of California, Davis
- University of California, Santa Barbara
- Purdue University
- And more!
Stratford Middle School students are ready to take on new challenges. Read, listen, and watch more direct from our talented and accomplished Stratford alumni!
Anuv Gupta, Class of '14
Anuv and two of his classmates from St. Francis created an app called Peer2Peer that won the 2016 Congressional App Challenge for California's 18th congressional district. The app connects students with other students for peer homework help. The team is heading to Washington D.C. in April for the #HouseOfCode reception. They will have their work honored, meet Congressional Representatives, important members of the tech community, and see their winning app displayed in Congress. Watch a video about his app!
Snigdha Banda, Class of '11
Snigdha Banda, who attended Notre Dame High School and now attends Rice University in their elite pre-med program, started a program to bring science into low income elementary schools which grew to include ten schools and reach over 600 students. Watch her TedTalk, titled: "Stories That Matter: Collapsing Human Barriers."