Stratford Schools

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Stratford Schools is a chain of private independent schools which are all located in the San Francisco Bay Area, California. Stratford Schools was founded by Sherry Adams in the early 1990s. Today, Stratford has three middle school campuses and over six other campuses located all over the San Francisco Bay Area. Stratford offers education from grades 1-8, as well as kindergarten, pre-k, and preschool. Stratford has all their middle school students compete in the National Spanish Exam, Math League, AMC 8, and the Presidential Fitness Test. All Stratford students from first to eighth grade take the SAT made by Pearson Education.