Wed Nov 5

Professional Tours

Time: 12:30am - 2:00pm

Parent/Guardian Admission Tours

Time: 9:00am - 12:00pm
Wed Nov 12

Breakfast with the Head

Time: 8:00am - 9:00am
Fri Nov 21

Book Fair (Viewing Day)

Stratford Friends School educates elementary and middle school-age students with language-based and similar learning differences through a structured, multisensory program that celebrates students' strengths, builds self-esteem, and develops self-advocacy.

Guided by Quaker principles, the school provides individualized attention and instruction in an intimate, caring environment.

Core Values

At Stratford Friends School, we believe in:

  • Finding that of God in everyone
  • Our Quaker values (Simplicity, Peace and Harmony, Integrity, Community, Equality, and Stewardship)
  • Providing students with the skills to be successful learners
  • Educating the whole child
  • Respect for individuals and their learning styles
  • Teaching students to advocate for themselves
  • Providing children with a voice in our community
  • Supporting children's creativity
  • Keeping up with current education research
  • Fostering a love for learning
  • Never giving up.

Stratford Friends is a coeducational Quaker day school for students in Kindergarten-8th Grade who have been diagnosed with language-based or similar learning disabilities.

  • Founded in 1976
  • The first Quaker school for students with learning disabilities in the United States
  • Multi-sensory education
  • Average class size: 6
  • Athletics: basketball, soccer, cross country, tennis and golf
  • After school clubs: art, basketball, chess, cooking, crafts, drama, tennis, woodworking, yoga
  • After school care provided until 5:30pm.
Student Profile

Our classes and structured program work best for students diagnosed with -- or who have needs in -- the following areas important to academic success:

  • Dyslexia
  • Executive function
  • Working memory
  • Auditory processing
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Average to above average intelligence
A Friends School for Elementary and Middle School-age children who learn differently.
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