If you don't mind alpine strawberries, Alexandria seems to do quite well in partial shade, especially on its second year. I grew it from seed last year. They're very small fruits, though. The plants look really nice.
They seem to fruit over a longer season than other strawberries in my area. I mean, they've started fruiting in early May, and last year I they were still fruiting after the last frost.
Although they can fruit the first year, don't expect to have much more than a little snack now and then, the first year. I'm waiting to see how they do this year, but they're looking more prolific, and the plants are a lot bigger and nicer.
They don't produce runners, typically. People usually grow them from seed.
I tried Yellow Wonder, too, which is similar, except it's yellow, and didn't sprout as many plants from the seeds I planted. We got more fruit from Alexandria, though, but maybe that's just because of the number of plants.