Oxbridge offers unique and distinctive signature programs that provide students with comprehensive and challenging educational experience. Oxbridge Signature Programs include The Free Enterprise Institute (FEI), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Aviation, Cambridge Scholars, and Independent Research, courses that provide our students with practical skills, experiential learning opportunities, and a deeper understanding of real-world issues. Students are challenged to think critically, solve complex problems, and develop the skills necessary to succeed at Oxbridge and beyond.
Benefits to signature programming include a more focused and tailored educational experience where students can delve deeply into a subject area; unique opportunities for experiential learning, such as internships, fieldwork, or research projects; a sense of community and belonging within an educational institution by working closely with faculty and other students who share similar interests and passions.
Overall, the Oxbridge signature programs provide students with a rigorous and challenging educational experience that prepares them for the complex and dynamic challenges of the real world.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the fastest-growing and most influential fields globally, affecting almost every aspect of daily life. Oxbridge saw early on the dynamic impact and influence that AI would have on society and has been on the cutting edge of teaching the subject for several years. The AI and Computational Modeling course prepares advanced math, statistics, and computer science students to work with AI-related areas such as machine learning and natural language processing, tools to analyze data, build models, and solve real-world problems.
Free Enterprise Institute
Established in October 2022, Oxbridge’s Free Enterprise Institute (FEI) is a learning hub for the next generation of business leaders and entrepreneurs. Offering an environment rich in expertise in entrepreneurship, finance, economics, and new product development, FEI provides formal and informal opportunities for students to come together with peers, teachers, and industry experts to learn about capitalism and its global influence.
Oxbridge Academy's Aviation program has been a training ground for future pilots, with at least half a dozen graduates now flying professionally. This program also supports aeronautical engineers and other fields.
Using a full-motion Redbird MCX Flight Simulator under the guidance of an instructor who is also a certified flight instructor, students can accumulate hours towards their pilot's license. With a nationwide decline in pilots, this program gives students the foundation in aviation to assess the industry as a career path, build their resumes, gain training hours, and improve confidence. As one of the only high schools in the country chosen to implement the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) curriculum, Oxbridge's aviation curriculum combines math, science, geography, government, and economics coursework, industry expert lecturers, and field trips.
The Cambridge Scholars Program
Cambridge Scholars is a rigorous two-week course offered to 15 qualified juniors each year to spend two weeks studying British history and literature at the prestigious Cambridge University in England. An Honors Seminar on British Literature prepares the participants for the experience. Launched in 2014 by Oxbridge English Department Chair John Klemme, select students participate in activities that enhance critical writing and thinking skills, build confidence, and better understand the world and global issues.
One of the most significant initiatives differentiating Oxbridge Academy is the opportunity to explore individual research. In classrooms throughout campus, students are diving into various topics of interest in science, humanities, mathematics, and English. Students taking an Independent Research class can conduct research projects in collaboration with prestigious organizations, such as Scripps Florida, Max Planck, Ecology Project International, and Florida Oceanographic Society. Students attend collegiate research conferences to present their work, with some published in scientific journals.