Stratford High School 45 N Parade St, Stratford, CT06615 Stratford High School is located in the center of Stratford, across the street from Town Hall, and serves the central…More and south ends of town. The school serves grades 9-12 and is one of two public high schools in Stratford. The school offers a comprehensive and diverse curriculum, as well as clubs, music, arts and athletic programs. The high school plays its major outdoor sports at nearby Longbrook Park.
Located in the North End of Stratford on Chapel Street, Flood Middle School serves grades seven and…More eight and is one of two public middle schools in Stratford. The school was named in honor of Stratford resident Harry Barlow Flood. Barlow was Town Manager of Stratford from 1945 until 1963, and under his leadership both the Boothe and Longbrook parks were established, as well as several schools including Bunnell High School.</p>
<p>Flood Middle School opened in 1972 and offers a diversified and comprehensive curriculum.</p>
Frank Scott Bunnell High School 1 Bulldog Blvd, Stratford, CT06614 Frank Scott Bunnell High School is located in the north end of town serving grades 9-12 and is one of two public…More high schools in Stratford. The school mascot is a bulldog. School colors are gold, white and blue. The school was founded in 1960 and has had several renovations since then, including an all-purpose sports stadium and track. The Bunnell Marching Band has won numerous awards. The school has more than 1,300 students.
A.L.P.H.A. High School 468 Birdseye St, Stratford, CT06615 The A.L.P.H.A. High School alternative program is located at the Birdseye Municipal Complex and offers a more…More personalized academic program in the least restrictive environment for students who may not experience success in the more traditional mainstream high school program due to social, emotional or other qualifying circumstance. Enrollment is ongoing and open to students from Bunnell and Stratford high schools through a referral process from the guidance department or an administrator, and also to qualifying students from Milford's two high schools. The curriculum is modified from the existing programs but high school graduation requirements are not. For more information, contact the guidance department or administrators.