Understanding the due process of law could be taught through a textbook, but this wouldn't be Oxbridge Academy way.
It's no secret our girls basketball team has been on fire winning back-to-back state titles in 2018 and 2019.
The U.S. History Honors class, led by Mr. Ken Posner, trekked back to 1787 as they explored the Constitutional Convention, one of the most significant events in American history.
Congratulations to our 11 student-athletes who committed to play a sport at the collegiate level on National Signing Day.
Welcome to the Oxbridge community, Mr. Tyler Grimes. He joins us as our Distinguished Visiting Artist in musical theater for the 2019-2020 season.
At Oxbridge, we prepare students for college, career, and beyond. Lexie Webel, class of 2017, discovered her passion when Oxbridge math teacher, Mr. Michael D'Edigio, recommended she enroll in a computer science class.
We are pleased to announce that Ms. Shannon Duff joined Oxbridge Academy as our new Associate Director of ASC (academic advising, student services, and college counseling) on November 1.
Dr. Jennifer Bird is getting ready to publish her latest book in 2020, "Using Narrative Writing to Enhance Healing."
Accepted to four-year colleges & universities
Student-to-Faculty ratio; Average class size of 16 students
Course electives offered to foster student inquiry, innovation, and ideas.
Need-based financial aid invested in bright young minds.
3 state team and 2 individual titles
Varsity sports teams
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. Click HERE to read our alumni profiles.