Beyond the Classroom
In and out of the classroom through academics, sports, and community involvement, the Oxbridge experience is interactive, adaptable, relevant, and anything but common.
Alejandro Vera, '23; Masse Hatcher, '21; and Nicolas "Nico" Raffinengo, '21; each finished first in their respective committees at the National High School Model United Nations Conference.
Kevin Zheng, '22, took the American Mathematic Competitions' AMC 12 test earlier this year and advanced to the American Invitational Mathematics Examination AIME round.
Congratulations to Camila Bonilla, '22, who recently qualified for the state music competition in April.
Congratulations to Masse Hatcher, Iris Hedley, Victoria Hirsch, and Alejandro Vera for their outstanding performance competing at the Florida High School Model UN Conference.
Senior Nicolas "Nico" Raffinengo and Sophomore Sabrina Keough have qualified for the National Speech & Debate Association (NSDA) tournament in June.
Membership in the National Honor Society (NHS) is one of the highest honors that can be awarded to a high school student.
The Oxbridge Ethics Bowl team qualified as one of only 32 teams in the country to compete in April in the National High School Ethics Bowl Nationals.
Senior Nicolas Raffinengo earned the Semi-Final Leadership Award at the Harvard National High School Invitational Forensics Tournament held annually during Presidents' Day weekend.
Students come to Oxbridge with kindness, curiosity, and a willingness to try new things. Together they grow into adults with new and improved skills, expanded knowledge, developed relationships, and a quiet sense of confidence. Whether in the classroom, on the stage, or on the field Oxbridge students learn to win with grace, grow from their challenges, and always support each other. When they graduate, they leave ready to make a positive impact in our community and beyond.