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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Clubs (Grades 9-12)

There are many extra-curricular clubs available where students can gain valuable experience and contribute to the school community with friends.

Central Athletic Association
Central Athletic Association (C.A.A.) is comprised of Central's student athletes from grades 9 - 12. The student-run hierarchy includes executive and general members. Executive positions include Co-Presidents, Vice-Presidents, Secretary, Treasurer, Fund Raisers and Spirit Committees.

Main activities are fundraising and operating school sports teams at Central. Members volunteer their time and effort to scorekeeping, organize tournaments, help officiate, and all other activities required to facilitate Central's team sport programs. Major fundraisers include the annual Halloween dance and the Student-Teacher hockey game.

Contact Mr. McCutcheon for more information.
Central Screenings
So you know a good film when you see one? During Central Screenings, we will watch, discuss, and debate all aspects of the best films ever made. If you love film, this is the club for you.

Contact Mr. Connolly for more information.
Community Central
Dance Central
JoinDance Central to discover your dance talent, to choreograph and create, or to gain further dance and performance experience. We choreograph, rehearse and perform various styles of dance: hip hop, contemporary, jazz, acro, ballet, tap, belly dancing, and lyrical for the Dance Central Show, the Central Arts Gala, and various school assemblies. We are open to students in grades 9-12. We meet and dance in the Dance Studio, room 212.

Contact Ms. Jenner for more information.
Furry Fridays
Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA)
Gender Sexuality Alliance Club will be meeting every Tuesday at lunch in the Fashion Room (130).  Please bring your lunch. Everyone is welcome to attend!  See Mrs. Brine in Student Services for more information.
Me to We
This club strives to create social change, and is centred around youth empowerment and the idea that our choices will make a difference in the world. This group organizes events and fundraising campaigns that help raise money for Free The Children, as well as other causes. Have fun while giving back!
Visit the Music Department homepage for more information
Stratford Central's "Ontario Students Against Impaired Driving" club strives to raise awareness in order to prevent impaired driving, and in turn, save the lives of students, friends, and family. Join this club and learn how to take action and influence your peers to live safe and drive smart. There are many fun filled events and fundraisers involved with being a member, as well as an amazing conference.

Contact Ms. Richmond for more information.
Photography Club
Learn to take amazing photos and use Adobe Photoshop to create magic. Participate in photo challenges, document school events, and have your work published online and in the yearbook!

Contact Mr. Bradshaw for more information.

RamCare is a dedicated group of teachers and students that promotes self-compassion and mindfulness in the school in order to improve resiliency, decrease stress and anxiety and provide outlets for self care.

In 2016, RamCare brought informative modules to homeroom classes once a month, started Furry Fridays where therapy dogs came into the school for a visit, as well as offered a health and wellness week where informative sessions and self care activities were presented to the students.

This year, with the creation of the Zen Den, the group hopes to offer a calm and inviting alternate space in the school where self care can be practised on a regular basis. The following activities will be offered in the Zen Den and in the auditorium in 2017:

  • Board games and cards
  • Reading
  • Yoga
  • Meditation
  • Wooly Rams (knitting and crochet)
  • Gratitude wall
  • Journaling
  • Meditative colouring
  • Furry Fridays (therapy dog visit)
RamCast has a long history of providing news and entertainment for the school community. We make films. Entertaining films. Ideally, films with a purpose.

So, if you're into filmmaking, this is the club for you. Actors, editors, sound technicians, cinematographers...you are invited!

Follow us on RamTube and like us on Facebook.
RamsCuisine runs daily from 8:00 - 8:15 am in Room 128. All Rams are invited to get something free to eat, learn cooking skills and develop healthy food habits.

Contact Mr. Wilson for more information.
RamsFit is a daily after school program of high intensity functional movements for all physical fitness abilities at Stratford Central Secondary School. RamsFitters refine kinetics in a supportive and challenging environment that encourages individual and group success. We promote healthy and active lifestyles, improve general physical preparedness, and engage in activity that is fun.
Rams Radio
We DJ dances, do the morning announcements, play music in the halls before school and in the Cafeteria. Students also get to organize live shows showcasing local talent.

Contact Mr. Booker for more information.
If you like running sound or light equipment, this is your club! We do live shows/concerts, dances as well as assemblies.

Contact Mr. Crumback for more information.
Students' Council
Interested in becoming more involved with your school? Looking for scholarship opportunities? Students' Council provides opportunities for leadership and allows you to become integrally involved in many social aspects of school life. General Council meets Thursdays in room 318.

Contact Mr. Booker for more information.
Theatre Central

Theatre Central represents all drama and non-drama students who participate in extracurricular drama activities. These activities can include acting, directing, technical and various production responsibilities.

Theatre Central annually produces a fall show, a Sears Drama Festival competition piece, and a spring school show. Past activities have also included a murder mystery, cabaret nights and of course, the TC Gala at the end of the year.

A majority of the productions are student written and directed. The fall show especially is a great opportunity for a variety of pieces and talent to be showcased.

Contact Ms. Niescier for more information.

Wooly Rams

Woolly Rams meets weekly on Fridays at lunch in the ZenDen. Students
gather in a relaxed environment to learn how to knit alongside an
encouraging group of students from all grades. Knitting is a craft
that is easily learned and can develop into a creative and challenging
life-long pursuit. Students gain a real sense of competency and
accomplishment as they create their own fashion items from a simple
strand of yarn. Knitting is a fantastic stress reliever, proven to
help with emotional issues such as anxiety, depression,
obsessive-compulsive tendencies and other mental health challenges.
Any student is welcome to drop in, borrow a pair of needles and a ball
of yarn, and learn a new skill. Staff advisor Mrs. van Leeuwen is
always excited to share her favourite hobby and demonstrate a new

wooly rams