The Oxbridge Academy, an independent secondary school in West Palm Beach, has received accreditation from the Florida Council of Independent School’s (FCIS) Board of Governors following an extensive, multi-year review process.
The decision reinforces that Oxbridge adheres to the most rigorous standards for academics, ethics, innovation, leadership, financial stability and more.
Founded in 2011, Oxbridge continues to redefine excellence in high school education with its challenging curriculum and project-based approach that allows students to learn by doing while using their talents to explore new areas of interest. Graduates not only gain entry into some of the most competitive colleges in the country, but they leave prepared with confidence, curiosity and skills built over countless hours of teamwork and collaboration.
“This original accreditation is the result of a four-year effort that involved self-assessments, strategic planning and numerous visiting committee evaluations,” Oxbridge Academy President & CEO Bob Parsons said. “We strive to provide students with a life-defining educational experience and we’re honored to be a member of FCIS.”
FCIS is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) Commission on Accreditation, an international authority on independent school accreditation, representing thousands of schools in over 100 countries. The NAIS Commission accredits 19 independent school associations worldwide.
ABOVE: The entrance to the Oxbridge Academy in West Palm Beach.