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Oxbridge Academy clubs are student-designed and student-led, with a faculty advisor who offers guidance and mentoring. We encourage our students and faculty to join or form clubs and activities that reflect their interests and passions. Unless otherwise indicated, all of our clubs and activities are active during the full school year. At the beginning of each academic year, students have the opportunity to join or start clubs based on their own personal interests. To petition to start a new club, fill out the New Club Petition form.
The Oxbridge Autism Coalition is committed to increasing opportunities for teens with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The club befriends students from the Renaissance Learning Academy, a local charter school. Equally important, RLA students need to practice holding conversations with typical teens. At Oxbridge, they practice interpersonal skills in a real-world setting. It’s a win-win situation; Oxbridge students learn to develop empathy and flexibility.
The purpose of the FCA club is to see the world impacted for Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes. It is a fellowship of students that share their experiences and daily challenges in life. We strive to serve the Lord in our relationships and the fellowship of the church. We will honor and glorify God in all we do.
GURLS (Generating Unified Relationships and Loving Support) Up has three objectives:
1. To break social divides among girls at all grade levels and establish a strong community that is not aligned with a sport or academic pursuit
2. To promote friendships through exercises, activities, discussions, and volunteer opportunities
3. To provide a safe environment where girls can discuss the many issues that young women confront in today's society: i.e., bullying, sexual harassment, academic pressures, and demands of social media.
Club Advisor: Ben Matzen
Have you received your acceptance letter to Hogwarts yet? Neither have we, but we're still hoping. Join Harry Potter Club to meet fellow Potterheads, discuss the books and movies, and share magical treats. Witches and wizards of all skill levels are welcome.
The Mental Health Awareness Club meets to focus on developing action plans and getting people to talk about how we can support one another. The club strives to create an environment that it is comfortable and safe to talk about any issues. The club's goal is to make sure no one is alone in their internal struggles.
The Oxbridge Academy Gay-Straight Alliance is a club that offers a safe space on campus for all LGBT+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender+) students and allies where they can meet and discuss current issues in their lives, communities, and the world. The club focuses on promoting an accepting and friendly environment throughout the student body and mainly exists to form friendships with like-minded students and create support systems for students still discovering their sexualities.
The Sewing and Art Club focuses on creating art, learning basic hand stitching and machine sewing methods, discovering new techniques, and collaborating with other creative-minded individuals. Students are encouraged to bring work they have already begun and spend time simply creating. In addition to monthly creative projects, students also sew costumes for the spring musical and participate in the annual Catwalk Student Fashion Show event held in Palm Beach County every spring.
The Veterinary Club advocates for the humane treatment of all animals and hosts guest speakers. Past club activities have included behind-the-scenes tours at the Palm Beach Zoo and local animal clinics, collaborating with other schools for animal-themed events and hosting guest speakers. Seventeen club members have had summer-long internships at Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League.
The Brain Bee is an annual neuroscience competition hosted by the Max Planck Institute for Neuroscience. Participants train all year for a single day event by learning and teaching one another about the anatomy and physiology of the brain and other aspects of neuroscience. The competition is judged by actual researchers at Max Planck.
The International Thespian Society (ITS) is the Educational Theatre Association’s student honorary organization. Oxbridge Thespian Troupe #7866 is an active contributor to our district and state affiliates. Students earn points toward induction (and then additional honors) through participation in performing arts activities at school. Select members participate in competition events that make them eligible for a varsity letter in theater. The troupe also sponsors performances—including a fully-student produced piece—community service opportunities, and social activities.
The Model United Nations (MUN) is an academic competition team that addresses international affairs from the perspectives of member nations in the UN. Students play the roles of delegates sitting in UN committees, developing positions on issues and problem solving through dialogue and debate, formulation of alliances, development of working papers, and the writing of resolutions. Participation in the Model UN requires reading and research, public speaking, and a challenging level of critical thinking. Teamwork and leadership abilities are essential for members of this group.
A Tri-M Music Honor Society chapter opens up a world of opportunities for students who have already shown themselves to be academically capable and musically gifted. Through performance and community service, they’ll develop confidence, creativity, critical thinking, compassion, and a host of other leadership skills sure to serve them well in school and beyond.
Special academic criteria as well as faculty recommendations and approval by the Oxbridge Faculty Council are required for membership. Students must attend Oxbridge at least one semester in order to be eligible for membership. Eligible students are invited to apply in the spring. Click HERE for more information.
Selections for membership in the Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica (SHH) are made by the SHH advisor and the cabinet. The criteria for membership are character, leadership, honesty, and commitment. Information about prospective members is gathered primarily from the SHH application, teacher recommendations, and grades. After careful consideration of the candidates in all respects, the Chapter Advisor will then send acceptance letters to the ten students selected.
Students can take Debate I to try different types of debate, and then take advanced debate courses to specialize in the type(s) of debate they like the most.
Students can compete at local, state, and national debate tournaments across the country.
Students see universities (Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Emory, UF, and more) as they compete, and make friends who share similar interests from all over the country.
Click HERE to learn more about Speech and Debate.
The Student Government Association (SGA) is an effective and efficient governing body that serves the collective interests of the school’s students. Its purpose is to provide a voice for the student body and to serve the community through collaboration, leadership, and trust. The Oxbridge Academy SGA Council consists of a President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, two (2) Class Representatives from each class, and at least two (2) non-voting, non-student advisors. The President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer are the Executive Committee for the Student Council.