Stratford Gazebo


Who We Are

The Gazebo is the student newspaper of Stratford Academy in Macon, Georgia.

iphone fall-summer 2012-2013 365All news at the Gazebo is reported and written by the paper’s student staff, which is composed of upper school students in grades 9-12.  The newspaper is published as part of Journalism, an elective course offered through the English Department and advised by Mr. Chris Loomis and Ms. Robin Schorr.

The Gazebo is named after the gazebo on the grounds of Woodruff House, the antebellum mansion that served as Stratford’s original campus.

The paper went online in 2013.

About Stratford Academy

Stratford Academy is a nonsectarian pre-K-12 independent school. Founded in 1960, Stratford enrolls more than 900 students and employs 150 faculty and staff. The school is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, and its athletic teams currently compete in the Georgia High School Association. The head of school is Dr. Robert Veto.

Our Opinions

All news and editorial content on this website solely represents the reporting and opinions of the individual authors and does not reflect the views of Stratford Academy.




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