Archway School is a comprehensive co-educational school for pupils aged 11 to 18 in Stroud, Gloucestershire, England. The headteacher is Colin Belford.
Set in at the western edge of the Cotswold town of Stroud, the school takes its name from a sandstone arch set close to the School's northern entrance. It is believed to be the only contemporary monument to the abolition of slavery in the British Empire. The residence of Henry William Wilberforce in Stroud is understood to be the main reason behind its construction. Taking its cue from this monument, the school maintains a progressive liberal approach to teaching, setting it in slight contrast to its more traditional grammar school counterparts Stroud High School and Marling with whom the school has an unfriendly rivalry. Notably the school has in the past experimented with elective subjects for its pre-16 pupils, but has since dropped these policies.