MyOxbridge

Campus Updates

Quicklinks

Tuition & Affordability

Family Empowerment Scholarships

Oxbridge Academy will participate in the Family Empowerment Scholarship Program (FES-EO, FES-UA) beginning in the 2024-2025 school year. The State of Florida offers approximately $7,800 for private school (K-12) scholarships regardless of household income to Florida residents. 

Parents are encouraged to apply for these scholarships by visiting Step Up for Students or AAA Scholarships. In addition to the Florida Scholarship Program, families can also apply for Oxbridge Academy financial aid.

2024-2025 Tuition and Fees

Tuition and fees are reviewed annually and are published in January for the following school year.

Tuition

Upper School: $41,500
Tuition includes breakfast, lunch, snacks, textbooks, learning support services, and college counseling services.
 
Middle School: $34,500
Tuition includes breakfast, lunch, snacks, textbooks, and learning support services.  
 

Fees

Please note: the fees listed below are due at the time of enrollment.

  • One-time new student enrollment fee: $1,575
  • Annual student fee: $2,500 
    • Covers health & wellness services, transportation, security, and Oxbridge-licensed software for student laptops*.

*Laptop requirements - all students new to Oxbridge are required to provide their own Apple laptop.

Student laptops must meet or exceed these requirements:
13" MacBook Air (M1 or M2 models)
16GB Memory
512GB Storage
AppleCare+ is strongly recommended.

Financial Aid

Oxbridge Academy is committed to providing financial aid to make Oxbridge financially feasible for qualified students. We offer financial aid to approximately 36% of our students each year. Financial aid awards are applied toward tuition. Payment of student fees is due at time of enrollment. Visit the Financial Aid page to learn more.

Merit Scholarship Program

Oxbridge Academy Upper School offers Merit Scholarships. These scholarships expand our commitment to putting a world-class education in reach of the most qualified and deserving applicants entering grades 9, 10, and 11. Visit the Merit Scholarship Program page to learn more.