Perhaps one of the biggest initiatives differentiating Oxbridge is the focus and opportunity to explore individual research. In classrooms throughout our campus, students are diving into various topics of interest in science, humanities, mathematics and English. Under the guidance of their teacher, students are tasked with complete responsibility for the project from beginning to end. Students must call and schedule appointments with outside experts; they collect, tally, and interpret their data; and they develop their conclusions.
Oxbridge students have the opportunity to conduct research projects in collaboration with prestigious organizations, such as Scripps Florida, Max Planck, Ecology Project International, and The Florida Oceanographic Society. Oxbridge students attend collegiate research conferences to present their research, and some have had their research published in scientific journals. These students point to their research work as a skill they will carry with them through college and into their professional careers.