News & Academic Achievements
Worldwide, 300 million people cannot afford shoes. I learned this after visiting Nicaragua and witnessing the extreme poverty of hundreds of people who were not wearing shoes.
For the third year in a row, The Oxbridge Research Team, led by Dr. Thornton, beat all college-level students to take home top awards at the Southwest Florida Water Resources Conference yesterday.
Congratulations to Oxbridge Math Modeling team members Ricky Coelho, Jonathan Prokos, Terrell Seabrooks, and Marcus Young,
Cristina Casas is participating in the Kravis Student Critic Program at The Kravis Center.
Twelve students have been selected to participate in Oxbridge's first study program in China.
Cambridge University will for the fourth consecutive year partner with Oxbridge Academy to offer a two-week interdisciplinary program of study at the university in Cambridge, England.
As of Friday, December 16, 2016, 65 Oxbridge seniors have received 150 distinct acceptances from colleges and universities.
Oxbridge Academy students Alex Wong, Asia Smith, and Alyson Brusie, are no stranger to volunteer work. Along with a group of fellow Oxbridge students, Alex established Worldizen.org, a volunteer directory.
Using funds awarded by the Innovation Grants Program, over 100 students have begun work on a 9-hole miniature golf course.
Anne Goss Scholars have established the school's first academic club focused on women's leadership and entrepreneurial activity.