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History

INTRODUCTION OF OXFORD CITY SCHOOLS

Established in 1970, the Oxford City School District is a thriving school system operating in one of Alabama’s most economically successful cities. Situated in the retail hub of northeast Alabama, the Oxford School System has mirrored the growth of its founding city and has expanded from three schools serving 2,700 students in 1998 to six schools serving 4,200 students today. Even with its tremendous growth, Oxford City Schools has stayed true to its original roots as a small-town school district that is the focal point of the communities it serves.

 

DESCRIPTION OF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT

Located in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in east Alabama, the Oxford City School System proudly serves Pre-K through 12th grade students. It ranks as the 19th largest out of 69 city school districts in the State of Alabama. The District’s schools are as follows:

Coldwater Elementary (grades K-4) serving the western portion of the district; 

DeArmanville Elementary (grades K-4) serving the eastern portion of the district; 

Oxford Elementary (grades Pre K-4) serving the central portion of the district;

C.E. Hanna Elementary serving all 5-6th grade students district-wide;

Oxford Middle serving all 7-8th grade students district-wide;

Oxford High serving all students grades 9-12 including the district’s Career Technical Center.