2018-2019 Profile Overview
Stratford High School
45 North Parade
Stratford, CT 06615
Main Office (203) 385-4230
Main Office Fax (203) 381-2021
Guidance (203) 385-4235
Guidance Fax (203) 381-6987
- Marking System
- Ability Grouping
- Graduation Requirements
- Advanced Schooling, Class of 2018
- College and Universities to which students were accepted 2017-2018
Jack Dellapiano, Principal
Tabitha Cruz, Assistant Principal
Daniel Hicks, Assistant Principal
Samantha Pugh, Assistant Principal
- A four-year comprehensive high school.
- Enrollment: 1024
- Faculty: 75
- Average class size: 32
- Class periods: 7 periods per day, 45 minutes each, 5 times a week, 40 weeks per year
- Laboratory sciences: Chemistry and Physics have two lab periods weekly. Biology is five periods weekly which includes lab work. AP Chemistry, Physics and Biology have three lab periods weekly. Anatomy & Physiology has one lab period weekly.
- School CEEB code: 070755
Students are grouped by levels in English, mathematics, social studies and science courses as follows:
- Advanced Placement: Indicates that the subject may prepare students for CEEB Advanced Placement examination and credit.
- Honors: Indicates exceptional ability. Students are selected on basis of ability and previous achievement. Subjects emphasize research, independent projects and in-depth study.
- College Prep: Prepares students for subsequent courses and college and career opportunities.
- Grade Point Average and Class Rank
Stratford High school uses a quality Point Ratio to weigh student grades. This allows the class rank to be reflective of course difficulty as well as student grades. The Grade Point Average (GPA) listed on the student transcript is based on a non-weighted scale of 4.3 to zero. Valedictorian and salutatorian status is determined by seven semesters of accumulated grades.
21 units earned for grades 9-12.
Must include a minimum program of:
- 4 units of English
- 2 units of Science
- 3 units of Mathematics
- 3 units of Social Studies
- .5 unit of Personal Finance (starting with Class of 2019)
- 1 units of Art or Career & Tech Ed
- 1.5 units of Health and Physical Education
- 6 units of Electives
In addition, students must have satisfactorily achieved proficiency on state standardized testing (SAT and NGSS Science Test) or an alternative assessment.
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