at Belbroughton Road, Oxford, 48371-3715 United States
Oxford High School is a public secondary institution located in Oxford, Michigan within the Oxford Community Schools district. The school draws from an area of The Village of Oxford and Oxford Township, as well as portions of Orion Township, Dryden Township, Metamora Township and Addison Township. It is one of the largest districts, geographically, in southeastern lower Michigan.HistoryThe current site for Oxford High School opened in 2004. Prior to that, the current site was a middle school. When renovations were completed, the middle school and high school swapped buildings, with the middle school now located in the old high school building on Lakeville Road.Since opening the most recent building in 2004, OHS has added over 500 students to its enrollment.EducationOxford High School is an authorized International Baccalaureate World School for the Diploma Programme.AthleticsOxford High School offers 24 different varsity sports. Teams participate in the Oakland Activities Association, a high school athletic conference whose member schools have similar enrollments and are all located in the Oakland County area. The statewide class designation (based on enrollment) is "Division 1" or "Class A".
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