Stratford High School
245 King Street
Stratford, Connecticut 06615
Office (203) 385-4230 Fax (203) 381-2021
Guidance (203) 385-4235 Fax (203) 381-6987
Stratford High School held its 131st commencement on June 22 and 23, 2020. From that, we can easily deduce that this educational institution has been in existence for over a century. Two threads are interwoven throughout the school's fabric: tradition and pride.
Tradition. There are many traditions associated with Stratford High School, not the least of which are two of its publications, the Quill and the Red Devils' Advocate. The Quill, the students' literary magazine, and the Red Devils' Advocate , the student newspaper, have been a part of the school since its inception.
Pride. A sterling example has been class several reunion groups that have taken a tour of the building to relive their good times and memories. These alumni who attended these tours spoke of their alma mater with pride and marveled at the changes which had occurred since they were here last.
Much, much more could be said relative to all that is good about this institution. We will strive to maintain our traditions and to be a continued source of pride for our alumni and our community.
John Dellapiano, Principal
Tabitha Cruz, Assistant Principal
Jack Petion, Assistant Principal
Samantha Pugh, Assistant Principal
The town of Stratford, population 50,000, is both a residential and diversified industrial community with a broad range of economic groups. Stratford is located east of Bridgeport Connecticut in Fairfield County, 55 miles from New York City, 5 miles south of the Merritt Parkway, Exit 53, ½ mile north of the Connecticut Turnpike, Interstate 95.