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About Us

Mission Statement

The mission of the Oxford School District is to produce educated, responsible citizens who are capable of taking an active role in society.


We strive to produce educated, responsible citizens who are capable of taking an active role in society as measured by:

  • Academic Performance
  • Behavior Modification
  • Functional Skills
  • Career Education
  • Character Education
  • Employable skills in a learning environment that offers  high expectations and support.

The Learning Center's environment allows each individual to take responsibility for his/her behavior while also allowing them to view themselves as being in control of their future. The focus is to educate each student and eventually prepare the student to re-enter the home school, when appropriate. Individualized Instructional Plans will be developed for each student.


  1. Any student with a documented need for placement in the school by the parent, legal guardian or custodian of such child due to disciplinary problems;

  2. Any student sent to the alternative placement by dispositive order of a chancellor or youth court judge, with consent of the school superintendent;

  3. Any student whose presence in the classroom, in the determination of the school superintendent or principal, is a disruption to the educational environment of the school or a detriment to the best interest and wellfare of the students and teacher of such class as a whole; and

  4. Fifth year seniors who have not met graduation requirements.

Meeting Academic Success

Oxford Learning Center follows the state curriculum and uses the same textbooks adopted by other Oxford School District schools. Our curriculum and textbooks are standardized with district and state requirements; however, our method of presentation of academic materials differs greatly from methods commonly used.

Meeting Behavioral Success

The student in conjunction with Oxford Learning Center faculty and staff meet to discuss the student's home school experience. Behavioral goals are developed from these discussions that address areas that have been identified as needing improvement in order for your child to be successful upon their return to their home school.

Last Modified on September 13, 2013