Oxford School District
Our Schools

Our Schools

The Oxford School District was selected by SchoolMatch for inclusion in the 2004 Thirteenth Annual “What Parents Want Award.”

Strong support is evidenced by successful school bond referenda and by parent-teacher associations, band boosters, and athletic boosters who have provided funds for playground equipment, instructional materials, and extra-curricular activities.


Bramlett Elementary School

Grades Pre-K – Kindergarten

Bramlett Elementary School serves prekindergarten and Kindergarten students with Suzanne Ryals serving as principal. The school’s mission is to shape the future by developing lifelong learners in a safe and nurturing environment where diversity, creativity, and respect are valued through a partnership with the school, students, parents, and community. All students participate in music, art, physical education and spend educational learning time in the library. Each classroom has at least five iPads and Promethean boards for the students to use daily. Also, 30 teachers have advanced degrees and eight are National Board Certified.

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Oxford Elementary School

Grades 1 – 2

Oxford Elementary serves first- and second-graders with Mary Ruth Wright serving as the school’s new principal. The school’s mission is to teach and inspire, reach and transform, every student, every year. Oxford Elementary teachers and staff help each child grow academically and socially. There are 30 teachers with advanced degrees and 10 are National Board Certified.

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Della Davidson Elementary School

Grades 3 – 4

Della Davidson Elementary School serves third- and fourth-grade students with LaTonya Robinson serving as the school’s new principal. The school has separate wings for each grade, a new wing completed in 2012 for gifted classes, remedial classes, science lab, a gymnasium, cafetorium and media center for its students. There are 29 teachers with advanced degrees and nine are National Board Certified.

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Oxford Intermediate School

Grades 5 – 6

Oxford Intermediate School serves fifth- and sixth-grade students with Steve Hurdle as principal. The school is the newest school in the Oxford School District and is housed at the former Oxford Middle School campus. The mission of Oxford Intermediate School is to provide an inspiring and caring environment that continually strives to attain the highest educational achievement for each student and leads every student toward the goal of excellence in every endeavor, while recognizing that each child has unique abilities and challenges.

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Oxford Middle School

Grades 7 – 8

Oxford Middle School serves seventh- and eighth-grade students with Jeff Clay as principal. The school’s goal is to provide a caring, stimulating learning environment where children are challenged with rigorous standards. School officials are committed to their responsibility of fostering learning through meaningful instruction within a balanced and interactive curriculum. Ultimately, teachers and staff want students to have a strong academic foundation and the ability to apply knowledge to think critically and communicate effectively. Middle school students may participate in Latin, Spanish, art, choral music, strings, computer literacy, drama, STEM, physical education and band. There are six sports programs available to students. There are 49 teachers with advanced degrees and 12 are National Board Certified.

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Oxford High School

Grades 9 – 12

Oxford High School serves students in grades nine through 12 with Mike Martin serving as principal. The school’s mission is to promote academic excellence by providing a safe and supportive environment and by teaching students to make independent decisions. During the 2013-2014 school year, the school had 12 National Merit Finalists, eight STAR students and one United States Presidential Scholar. The high school offers 17 Advanced Placement (AP) courses and four foreign languages to its students. The high school journalism program and the Oxford Charger student newspaper are considered among the best in the nation. Also, the school has a very popular theater department, which was chosen as only one of 37 schools in the nation to represent the district nationally at the Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland. The school did so well it was invited back to perform at the Fringe Festival in 2014. The school has a strings program, in addition to award-winning band and chorus programs. The school also has 16 sports programs; for the second year in a row, has been selected by the Clarion-Ledger as the winner of the 2013-2014 MHSAA 5A All-Sports Award winner, an award the Oxford Charger athletic program has won eight of the last 11 years. There are 44 teachers with advanced degrees and five are National Board Certified.

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Oxford Learning Center

Grades 6 – 12

The Oxford Learning Center helps students whose needs are better served in an alternative academic setting. The students served are in sixth through 12th grades and each have individualized instructional and behavior plans that address key areas: academic performance, behavior modification, functional skills, career education, character education and employability skills. The school, which is overseen by Principal Kathy Howington, also offers classes to help students earn their GED. The program focuses on job shadowing, internships and the students passing the GED test. The school has four teachers with advanced degrees.

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C.M. Scott Center

Special Needs

The Scott Center’s mission is to produce educated responsible citizens who are capable of taking an active role in society. Kathy Howington serves as principal. There are four teachers with advanced degrees and one is National Board Certified.

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The mission of the Oxford School District is to challenge every student to reach his or her maximum potential, thereby
developing highly educated, responsible, college or career ready citizens who will take an active role in society.