Stratford Chefs School’s approachable Instructors and Guest Chefs are experts in their fields, bringing diverse experience and culinary backgrounds to our collaborative, real-world learning environment.
Stratford Chefs School provides the training to create world-class chefs who are comfortable working in any kitchen environment. Its immersive, approachable, interactive curriculum provided me with the tools and confidence that I needed early on in my career to make the transition from the school setting to the workforce.– ALONDRA GALVEZ (Class of 2003)
One of the best educational experiences of my life. I will always recommend Stratford Chefs School for a great place to learn how to cook. It changed my life!– CARRIE RAU (Class of 2004)
Stratford Chefs School was where I knew I wanted to get my training to move myself forward in my career and culinary experiences. The intimate ratio of student to instructor is one, among many, of the best things Stratford Chefs School has to offer. I made the most amazing connections with classmates and instructors. The community of the School is one you’ll have for a lifetime. Stratford Chefs School was a life changing experience that set me on a new path in a world of possibilities.– SHANE JEFFERY (Class of 2019)
“Training under Michelin starred chefs at the top of their game is what first attracted me to SCS; understanding the skill set of a Michelin star chef gives students the ability to be in that world!”-RUTH KLAHSEN (Class of 1985 | Owner and Master Cheesemaker, Monforte Dairy)
Canadian Guest Chef Nuit Regular (left), co-owner and Chef of several acclaimed Thai Restaurants in Toronto, works with Student Chefs during her Dinner Lab.
Chef Instructor Randi Rudner works with Student Chefs during a Dinner Lab.
Canadian Guest Chef Rich Francis (Class of 2008) (right), contemporary Indigenous chef of The Seventh Fire, works with Student Chefs during his Dinner Lab.