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Lets be great

while unhurried days come and go, let us turn to each other in quiet affection, and walk in peace to the edge of old age.

In the Nile Valley , beauty and personal adornment were important to rich and poor and not just for vanity’s sake. Needed protection from sun , dust and winds, that Egyptians developed formulas for countless unguents and oils. From plant extracts—and using cat, hippo, or crocodile fat as base—these ointments smoothed and softened the skin.

great smelling oils and lamps

Learning is key to opening up doors and windows nobody`s wants to be lock behind doors and windows , learning  unlocks you with the key to success.


Individual Attention

The classroom environment at Stratford allows your childs’ educators to give them the time and attention that they need in order to succeed. We believe in keeping class numbers low to maximum learning potential.

Fantastic Facilities

Each student has access to the best possible learning technologies, as well having guest classes from industry professionals. We believe this better prepares your child for their careers or own businesses.

Life Long Learning

We believe in equipping your children with the skills to be able to learn for the rest of their lives! By instilling in them a method of analytical thinking, we believe they will be able to be independent thinkers and be high performers in their chosen careers.

What other parents say

My son struggled with mathematics during his school years – until we enrolled him at Stratford. That has been the best decision we made, and his educators have worked hard to get his mathematics to a level we never thought possible!

― Anthony, Grade 8 parent

My daughter has loved being at Stratford for the last 5 yeras. The learning environment makes the difference and I’m so proud that she has been accepted into University next year!

― Megan, Grade 12 parent

About us

place of educational excellence.

We equip for chosen field of study with lifelong learning skills.


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