About Our District


Oxford Community Schools is located in the rolling hills of northern Oakland County reaching into five townships and two villages. It is one of the largest districts, geographically, in southeastern lower Michigan.  

The district sits on the M-24 travel corridor, just nine miles north of I-75 and 13 miles south of I-69. Oxford is an ideal destination for the Detroit commuter offering a small town feel within the metro Detroit area.  

Oxford Community Schools consists of one early learning school, five elementary schools, one middle school, a high school that includes an early college pathway, two alternative schools, and one virtual academy.


Map of Oakland County

As of 2023 Spring Count
County:  Oakland
Superintendent: Dr. Vickie Markavitch
Estimated FTE: 7,042
Full-time Teachers: 430
Student/Teacher Ratio: 20:1
Per Pupil Foundation Allowance: $9,150
Schools in District: 11
Primary Schools: 5
Middle Schools: 1
High Schools: 1
Alternative Schools: 2
Virtual Schools: 1
Early Learning Schools: 1