Stratford School Appoints Leadership Team at Fremont Osgood Campus

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Leading Private Educator Welcomes Experienced Faculty Members for Its State-of-the-Art Campus Opening Fall 2018

Ellie Tariverdi, Head of School at Stratford Fremont Osgood

Stratford School announces the appointment of an experienced leadership team for its Fremont Osgood campus, which will open in the fall of 2018.

Stratford School announces the appointment of an experienced leadership team for its Fremont Osgood campus, which is the first Stratford facility to be built from the ground up. Stratford Fremont Osgood will open in the fall of 2018. The campus’ leadership members include Head of School Ellie Tariverdi; Director of Early Childhood Education for Preschool – Kindergarten Jessie Channey; Director of Lower School Grades 1-5 Asita Anand; and Director of Upper School Grades 6-8 Nick Maramba.

Ms. Tariverdi has been part of the Stratford School family for more than 16 years and has extensive experience in private school administration. She will serve as the Head of School for the Fremont Osgood campus upon opening this fall. As an educator, Ms. Tariverdi upholds Stratford School’s high-quality learning environment that inspires students with a forward thinking and challenging academic STEAM approach—one that she feels prepares students to become well-rounded, socially responsible citizens of the future. "It is truly a joy for me to be connected with an organization that matches my personal philosophy,” said Ms. Tariverdi.

“At Stratford School, we approach education as an enriched infusion of traditional academics and 21st-century skills, and our strength is STEAM learning,” said Sherry Adams, Founder of Stratford School. “Our STEAM-focused approach provides depth to student learning and a strong foundation for future student achievement. We are both proud and honored to have this seasoned team of leaders who believe in providing our students with a nurturing learning environment and challenging curriculum at the new Fremont Osgood campus.”

Highlights of Ms. Tariverdi’s leadership team includes Director of Early Childhood Education, Jessie Channey, who has held various school administrative and teaching positions, including a Principal and Vice-Principal at Stratford School Pleasanton and other respected private schools in the Bay Area. Recently promoted to the leadership team is Asita Anand, who will serve as Director of Lower School for the new Fremont Osgood campus. She has spent her tenure at Stratford School as a teacher, safety leader, active STEAM committee member, and currently serves as the Elementary Vice-Principal at Stratford School Fremont. Rounding out the core leadership team is Nick Maramba, Director of Upper School. Mr. Maramba is currently Principal at Stratford School’s Fremont Middle School campus, and brings more than 14 years of education experience as a Vice-Principal and teacher of science, history, and math.

Fremont Osgood is the first Stratford School facility to be built from the ground up, and it will feature Title 24-compliant energy efficiencies, technology-enriched classrooms, state-of-the-art academic and sports facilities, a multi-purpose room with fully equipped sound and lighting capabilities, and more.

Stratford School’s Fremont Osgood campus will be located at 43077 Osgood Road, Fremont, California. The community is invited to Stratford's Fremont Curtis campus located at 5301 Curtis Avenue to view architectural renderings of the Fremont Osgood facility. For more information on Stratford School’s Fremont Osgood campus, please visit

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About Stratford School
Established in 1999, Stratford School is a leading independent private school, founded with a vision of creating a unique, multi-dimensional, educational foundation for children. Stratford offers an accelerated yet balanced curriculum from preschool through eighth grade, with an emphasis on the areas of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) and incorporates music, physical education, foreign language, and social skills development. Stratford’s goal is to prepare and mentor students for admission to competitive high schools and colleges. All students are provided the necessary tools to excel and are encouraged to participate actively in leadership, community service, and extracurricular activities. Visit for more information.

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