Extended Day & Clubs

Extend Your Child’s Learning & Discovery Beyond the Classroom

At Stratford, we extend student learning beyond the school day by offering a wide-variety of extracurricular enrichment and leadership development activities through our optional after school clubs and extended day programs.

Clubs & Enrichment

From drama to chess, sports to speech and debate, Stratford School offers after school clubs that enable students to explore their passions and interests beyond the classroom. After school club sessions are offered three times a year for elementary students, and run for about an hour after the school day ends.

Availability varies by campus, and there is sure to be a club that suits your child’s grade level and interests!

Extended Day

Stratford offers Extended Day programs to give parents the added convenience to meet their busy schedule. Dedicated and specially trained staff, experienced in working with students, oversees homework and facilitates creative and fun activities. Available as early as 7:00 a.m. before the school day begins and after the school day ends until 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, Extended Day provides students with structured time for finishing school work and ample time to socialize, read, play games, enjoy team challenges or independent activities, and so much more. Contact us to learn about our extended day programs for enrolled students, preschool – elementary school.

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    Students explore the exciting world of science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) through building projects, experiments, and design challenges. Sharing ideas, asking questions, and making predictions are encouraged!

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    Robust outdoor free play and structured games help students learn sportsmanship and develop their physical strength and endurance. Students learn critical thinking and problem solving by participating in board games and team challenges with their peers.

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    Students express themselves by participating in hands-on visual arts, including photography, videography, drawing, and painting. Students develop planning skills by working on long-term projects with their peers and can participate in group performances or discussions.

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    Social and emotional growth is nurtured through student and teacher led activities that promote a feeling of community and belonging. Students learn through open-ended activities that give them a chance to apply problem-solving skills and collaborate with friends.

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    Some students appreciate the chance for independent activities or study after a long day at school. We provide a quiet place to work on homework, read, journal, or seek academic support from peers and teachers. Students can also work on various projects in this small group setting.