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Oxford Area School District is a public school district located in Oxford, PA. It has 3,688 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 41% of students are at least proficient in math and 60% in reading.
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Oxford Area School District Reviews
Just as any school district is, Oxford is not perfect, but it’s staff and administration do their best to make learning a positive experience. Questions/suggestions are not ignored and are always taken into consideration, and appropriate security is present at the schools to make students feel safe. Teachers are considerate and kind to students, always making sure that they know they are there for support. I have gone to Oxford throughout the entirety of my education, and although not all of my teachers were the best, it has been an enjoyable experience for me. This has not stopped since I’ve begun high school. Since we have started to learn from home, teachers have been understanding about technical difficulties and other questions we have, and are a great help to students who need it. I am looking forward to the remainder of my high school career.
I think the school needs to change how the staff treats their students who are of color or different race. I have seen multiple complaints from other students and find the behavior of the staff/teachers actions towards certain students are horrible and should be taken care of. Everyone deserves to be treated equally and do not deserve any kind of cruel punishments. The staff should also punish white people for something they are doing remotely wrong. Students should also be allowed to show their rights of free speech in however way they want and the school should not punish the students for that. Every child deserves to be heard and deserves the ability to express themselves. Students however, should not feel the need to go too far with that right and put harm upon themselves or others. The staff should respect us as students and should not tell us not to do something because of the color of our skin. We are all people and the staff did not treat a lot of us students as such.
I really enjoyed all the opportunities you can grab at throughout high school, like dual enrollment, TCHS, and allied health. All the staff there is helpful and willing to work with you through any issue you may have!