Reopening and Reuniting at Stratford in the Age of COVID-19

As California counties have begun to allow schools to reopen for in-person instruction, many of Stratford’s schools are in the process of welcoming K-8 students back to campus, with stringent health and safety protocols in place.  Prospective families are invited to schedule a tour and learn more.

Online Programs

Online Academy for K-8
Stratford School Online Academy is an option designed for families reluctant to send their children back to an on-campus environment in the fall.

Stratford Online Academy for Students in Grades K-8

Stratford School Online Academy is an option designed for families reluctant to send their children back to an on-campus environment in the fall.

The Stratford School Online Academy will be an extension of our school, our campus community, and our teachers. Children enrolled in this program will still feel a primary connection to Stratford School, as they will be taught primarily by Stratford School teachers, they will have the opportunity to take the same specialty courses, and they will participate in virtual campus events throughout the year.

How will the Online Academy work?

The delivery of the fully online, year-long curriculum will combine our school’s teaching with the interactive learning platform supported and powered by our partner school, Laurel Springs School (LSS). Leveraging the Laurel Springs’ platform allows us to draw upon proven online curriculum content and teaching mechanisms, yet do so in a way that is tailored for our Stratford School students.

About Laurel Springs: 

Founded in 1991, Laurel Springs was the first online school in the U.S. The school holds two accreditations, WASC and AdvancEd, and currently serves more than 4000 students around the world. Every year, Laurel Springs School seniors matriculate to the most prestigious colleges in the country. More important for us, Laurel Springs’ curriculum meets our standard of academic challenge and excellence and is designed to be taught online. We have designed the joint courses to maximize flexibility for children learning from home.