The rapid growth of Oxbridge is a clear indication that our approach to education fills an important need in South Florida. From an expansive list of courses to enthusiastic faculty leading small classes; from countless clubs and team sports to a generous financial aid budget, the school is providing a life-changing educational experience.
Our success is not ours alone. It belongs to the founding students and families who took a chance on a new school. It belongs to the faculty who teach their passion. It belongs to the parents who give back with investments of time and dollars. It is this collaboration that defines the Oxbridge community. It is this community that is responsible for the future growth of Oxbridge Academy.
Close the Gap
Oxbridge tuition does not fully cover the total operating cost of delivering this custom educational experience. It is only through the help of parents, families, and community members that we can ensure the success of the school.
The Annual Fund at Oxbridge Academy provides crucial funding that directly impacts the experience of our students and faculty. Dollars from the Annual Fund support school programs from financial aid to faculty professional development, academics to athletics, technology to the arts.
The giving of our parents, alumni, faculty, staff, board members, grandparents, and friends helps bolster the school’s fiscal strength. Your gift to the Annual Fund plays a critical role in Oxbridge Academy’s plan to ensure the school’s sustainability for future generations.
Giving is who we are at Oxbridge. Our commitment to generosity and kindness along with personal discovery and initiative are guiding principles of the school. Join us in Meeting the World Boldly and give to the Annual Fund. When you choose to participate in the Annual Fund please know you are making a difference in the life of Oxbridge Academy!
The Temporary Universal Charitable Deduction is part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act (H.R. 748) that was signed into law March 27, 2020. It allows for a temporary, above-the-line tax deduction so that non-itemizing taxpayers can deduct charitable gifts of cash up to $300 in 2020. Under current law, only taxpayers who itemize can deduct charitable gifts.