The Oxford Learning Center is a school for alternative education, grades 6 - 12. We strive to produce educated, responsible citizens who are capable of taking an active role in society. Through the individualized instruction and education plans, students,parents, and faculty collaborate to create a learning environment that offers high expectations and support. A commitment is made to provide a safe, structured environment that is conducive to helping students function in today's ever-changing society.
The Oxford School District announces its lineup of new — and a few familiar — faces students and parents will see when the 2017-2018 school year begins on Friday, August 4.
PowerSchool will be available soon to all students who are fully enrolled for the upcoming school year, parents will have real-time access to their child’s school information in one spot.
During it’s regularly scheduled July board meeting on July 17, 2017, the Oxford School District (OSD) Board of Trustees approved the Oxford School District Capital Improvement Plan.
The Oxford School District held three community meetings on a proposed bond referendum to build a new elementary school. During the community meetings, public input was gathered and below are some questions and comments community members presented.
The Free and Reduced Lunch Program Application for the 2017-2018 school year is now available online for parents to complete.
Oxford parent Marcia Bibbs says when it comes to Oxford school students she loves helping whenever and wherever she can.
Good Food for Oxford Schools will continue its efforts to engage student learning in gardens, provide families with cooking lessons and much more this upcoming school year, thanks to the United Way of Oxford & Lafayette County.