60 St. Andrew Street
Stratford, ON N5A 1A3
Phone: 519-271-4500
Fax: 519-273-7118

Principal: K. Mills
Co-Principal: R. MacSorley
Vice-Principal: S. Richardson

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This is the Home of the Rams!

Stratford Central Secondary School has a long history of excellence in academics, athletics, and the arts. We are dedicated to providing a positive learning environment and opportunities for students to be successful while also encouraging them to be responsible, productive, and ongoing learners, as well as well-rounded individuals capable of leadership and good citizenship.

RamCast is a popular news\fun video podcast that is directed and produced by students. Here is the most recent RamCast episode!

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Specialist High Skills Major

The Avon Maitland District School Board and staff at Stratford Central Secondary School are pleased that Stratford Central was selected in 2007 as one of the launch sites across the province to offer the Arts and Culture (AC) Specialist High Skills Major programs. Central was chosen again in 2009 for the Information & Communication Technology (ICT) Specialist High Skills Major program (SHSM).

The artsCentral & digitalCentral programs at Stratford Central Secondary School were chosen based on evidence of an established program, strong community and post secondary education partnerships, the delivery of sector recognized certifications, and a cooperative education component.

Learn more about these fantastic programs and the incredible opportunities they provide.

Advanced Placement
Stratford Central is pleased to offer Advanced Placement options, which were previously known as the Enriched Program. Advanced Placement offers enrichment to senior high school students as a way of connecting them to greater success and wider opportunities when they enter university. At certain universites a student who has successfully completed AP in a subject area may be permitted to bypass the first year university course in that subject and directly enter a second year course. At some universities they may actually be granted a first year credit in the subject. Research has demonstrated that AP students are more likely to succeed in their first year of university and beyond because AP encourages students to be more independent and self-motivated.

Learn more about this opportunity in the Advanced Placement brochure.
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