Our mission is to promote academic excellence
by providing a safe and supportive environment and by
teaching our students to make independent decisions.
Welcome to Oxford High School for the 2014-2015 school year. We anticipate another outstanding year. The OHS faculty is excited to meet the incoming freshmen class as well as our returning sophomores, juniors and seniors. Oxford High School has always been a dynamic place for learning. There is a long tradition of excellence, which we are dedicated to continuing.
Oxford School District students will make up only two inclement weather days out of four school days missed because of an exemption covered under Mississippi Code 37-13-64. Oxford schools were closed for four days due to recent winter weather this school year. Click the news headline for more information.
Mississippi students will begin taking the first part of a two-part test that will measure what they know under Mississippi College- and Career-Ready Standards. This is the first year for assessments that align to the new standards. Click the headline for details.
The Child Nutrition Program wins the Bronze Award for creating a healthier school environment for students. Click the news headline to read more.
The Oxford School District announces Bradley Roberson as the new Oxford High School Principal, effective July 1, 2015. Click the headline for details.
Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi presented $1,000 to the Oxford High School P.E. program as the Class 5A winner of the 2014 Gridiron Classic “Text to Win” Contest. Click the headline for details.
Click the news headline to read how PowerSchool gives parents real-time access to their child’s information in one spot.
Oxford High School football players participated in National Signing Day on February 4 at Oxford High School. Click the headline for details.
Effective July 1, 2015, Oxford High School Principal Mike Martin will become co-athletic director for the Oxford Chargers athletic program and share athletic director duties with Head Football Coach Johnny Hill. Click the headline for details.