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Writing & Reading Center

Welcome to the Oxbridge Academy Writing and Reading Center (WRC), the only high school peer-to-peer tutoring center in the South Florida region.

At the WRC, you will find resources to assist you with your class assignments and opportunities to participate in workshops and community events. You can even learn how to become a tutor. Tutoring appointments are only available to Oxbridge students.

Our Mission

The WRC is a student-centered program in which students tutor students. Our goal is to improve and celebrate all aspects of literacy and communication across the curriculum. We encourage students to seek assistance on any writing or reading assignment at any level and at any point in the creation process. Our center believes in writing, thinking, and reading as a creative and multi-step process, and through academic discourse, we encourage students to work, reflect, and grow as effective and confident communicators.

Our Philosophy

We have modeled our center on those that currently exist at almost every American college or university. We are the only high school in the region with a writing center. Every semester, a group of students are trained via an elective course called Peer Tutoring. While in the center, Peer tutors engage with writers for thirty-minute sessions with the intention not only of creating better writing, but of creating better writers.

Before opening the WRC, we consulted with Dr. Jenn Wells, whose writing program at New College of Florida provided the model for both our center and the tutor-training program.

The Write Place to Go

Location: Main building, room 212, across from the IT department. 
Hours: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Appointments recommended, but walk-ins welcome.
Tutoring is only available to Oxbridge students.



Our peer tutoring staff is available almost every period of the day as well as after school. Please visit the WRC to set up a time slot that works best for you. Although we prefer appointments, walk-ins are welcome if the staff is available. Tutoring is only available to Oxbridge students. If you have any questions or comments, contact us at
What to bring when you come:
  • At least one hard copy of your essay in progress
  • The prompt or task
  • A computer or notebook and pen to take notes