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Stratford School Names Morrissey Head of School at Santa Clara Pomeroy Campus

August 10, 2017

Stratford School, an award-winning private preschool through 8th grade school founded in Silicon Valley, is proud to announce the appointment of Ms. Susan Morrissey as the Head of School for the Santa Clara Pomeroy campus.

Ms. Morrissey brings to Stratford School more than 20 years of private, K-12 leadership experience in this new position. As Head of School, she embraces an emphasis on staff and program development, as well as ensures a positive experience for a growing school community.

“I am thrilled to join the Stratford School team as the first Head of School at the Pomeroy campus,” Ms. Morrissey said. “My commitment to growth, learning and excellence aligns well with Stratford’s core beliefs and I am thrilled to be a part of the Santa Clara Pomeroy campus.”

Ms. Morrissey began her work in education in Massachusetts. Over the course of her career, she notably served as Senior Director of Academic Support at The Cambridge Institute of International Education in Waltham, Mass. Most recently, she was Principal at a leading private school serving preschool through 8th grade students in the Sunnyvale area.

“We are so pleased to welcome Susan Morrissey to the Stratford School family,” said Sherry Adams, Stratford School Founder. “The Head of School role is an important strategic position for us as it allows Stratford to consistently deliver academic excellence across our campuses. Maintaining standards of teaching excellence and supporting student achievement in a nurturing, positive environment are key elements of our culture. Susan will help us continue that mantra at our Santa Clara Pomeroy campus.”

Read the full press release here