Within a culture of mutual trust and respect, where teachers and students are partners in education,
The Oxford Academy challenges each young man to reach his potential through individualized
learning experiences that encourage self-awareness and a growth mindset.
Every year a team of Oxford faculty and staff led by Phil Cocchiola takes the train from Westbrook, CT to NYC for our annual alumni and friends event. On December 4th, a group of twenty enjoyed a reception with food and drink and shared stories about fond memories while at Oxford. Phil discussed the exciting things happening around campus and the proposed plans in the near future.
Thanks to all who attended and made this such a great event. Be on the lookout for upcoming gatherings held in Chicago and Boston!
Two teams of students and teachers faced off in a timed cooking contest! Congratulations to Mr. McKibbens team, Tom, Martin, and Noah for winning the title of this year's Oxford Iron Chef. Enjoy your lunch at Five Guys!
Our varsity soccer players was honored for their great spirit of sportsmanship and teamwork at the Fall Sports Banquet. This year, the team earned a spot in the semi-championship game with a record of 6-1-4. Coaches Pachniuk and Maragliano recognized each player for their hard work this season.
Special achievement went to Max B. '19 (MVP), Bailin P. '19 (Unsung Hero Award), and Noah L. '20 ( Most Improved).
Congratulations to everyone for your outstanding performances this season. Great job guys!
Oxford was thrilled to welcome TIm Mousseau to campus to further educate our students on combating sexual violence, redefining masculinity, and provoking change. We are so glad to offer this program that instills healthy life skills and strong values in our young men.
We are so very proud of our soccer team for a great 2018 season! Though OA will not move on to the championship game, we would like to congratulate the Charge for earning a spot in the semifinals. So glad to see all of the support from the entire OA community. Huge thanks to coaches Mr. Pachniuk and Mr. Maragliano.
Happy Halloween! We're celebrating with ghosts, goblins, and 80's classic movie characters. Congratulations to the Samson '20, Jacob '19, Mr. Maragliano, and the faculty from the math department (The Breakfast Club) for winning the costume contest. They were rewarded with an opportunity to come to school dressed casually.
Great job, everyone!
The Career Paths Program took an all-access tour of Water's Edge Resort led by the resort's proprietor who is an alumnus of OA and member of our Board of Trustees. Our students received an exclusive glimpse into the various department manager's careers and how they were established. So proud of this group for their intriguing questions. Thanks to the Datillo family for hosting us and College Counseling by Cartier for coordinating this trip.
Another wonderful Parents Weekend for the books! Oxford hosted 25 families on campus for a weekend of conferences, a lovely reception, presentations, and chef Dave's incredible luncheon. Finally, everyone cheering on our talented Oxford Charge soccer team outfitted in their pink socks for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. So glad everyone had a great time. Thanks for joining us. We can't wait until Spring Parents Weekend!
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