Welcome to Stratford School Morgan Hill Campus
With a focus on STEAM curriculum and becoming life-long learners, Stratford students achieve inside and outside of the classroom and truly care about the community where they live and learn. As part of our Vision Statement, we know that each child has a unique set of skills, passions, and dreams. We encourage our students to pursue their curiosities and we are committed to supporting them in achieving those dreams.
Our goals for our students are to challenge themselves academically, embrace the arts and science, and always be good citizens. It would not be unusual to walk into a class and witness students asking “why” and engaging in the challenge of figuring out the “how.”
The Morgan Hill campus is a historical building. It originally housed Morgan Hill Elementary School, which opened in 1923. Our school has all the charm of a small-town school with its high ceilings and hardwood floors. There is only one classroom per grade, kindergarten through fifth. We take pride in our school’s hometown community feel — this a school where friends become families.
At Stratford, high expectations yield extraordinary results. We start early with an intentionally balanced curriculum that challenges students and accelerates achievement. Our ever-evolving, STEAM-based (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) curriculum ensures students develop the diverse set of problem-solving skills and creative talents they’ll need in today’s world. Our passionate teachers cultivate a nurturing and fun classroom environment, where children feel safe and eager to try new things. Beyond the classroom, we help students discover and define their passions through a variety of extracurricular activities, personal development, and enrichment. This carefully orchestrated approach prepares students to become tomorrow’s creative problem-solvers, imaginative innovators, and confident, insightful leaders. Learn more by visiting www.stratfordschools.com!