Thank you for considering Stratford School for your child’s education. We are committed to connecting our students with their unique futures – offering an unparalleled education that inspires them to be creative problem solvers, innovators, and leaders.

Visit Our Campus

We are excited to get to know your family through our simple and straightforward admissions process. The first step is to complete a request to schedule a tour at our campus. Our Admissions team will reach out to schedule a date and time that is convenient for you.

Schedule a Tour


After your visit, you may complete our online application form. Our team will carefully review your application and reach out with questions or to schedule your child’s interview and assessment.


Assessment & Readiness

Stratford School welcomes students throughout the school year, provided there is space available in the desired program, and the child is grade level ready. All students in kindergarten and above will be interviewed and assessed by a grade level teacher to confirm readiness.

In addition, we utilize the following age cutoffs:

  • Preschool: Students must be at least two and a half years old and toilet trained at time of enrollment.
  • Pre-K & Above: December 2 is the cutoff date for all students in Pre-K and above. For example, if entering kindergarten, students must turn five years on or before December 2 of the school year in which they enroll.


Upon successful completion of the assessment, students will be offered admission as program availability allows. If there is no availability in the desired program, the student will be added to a wait list by application date.

We are excited that you are considering Stratford School for your child’s education. If you have questions at any time during the admissions process, please call the Admissions Services team at 408-973-7321.

If you haven’t already done so, please schedule a tour at your desired campus.

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Stratford does not discriminate on the basis of race, national or ethnic origin, sex, gender, color, disability, religion, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law in the administration of its educational programs and admissions policies.