Oxford Area High School

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  • In the event of inclement weather, please refer to our Quick Link to our Bell Schedules for delays and early dismissals.

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  • Winter Try-outs

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  • Cap & Gown Orders

    Orders for Class of 2019 Cap, gowns, and graduation materials are now overdue.  Information packets are available in the high school office.  Orders can be placed online at www.SSCGradStore.com. No orders will be accepted in the school office after November 21st. 

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  • Attention Parents!   Orders for Student Tribute ads in this years' yearbook are now being accepted.  Tell your student how proud you are of all they've accomplished!!  Order online at sscyearbooks.com or by submitting the order form.

    Yearbook Orders

    2018-2019 Yearbook orders are still being accepted.   Yearbook order form.

    As in the past, we ask that you support our efforts by keeping within the following guidelines

    • Teachers and office staff are not to take yearbook orders from students – all orders are processed with a receipt.  Students should take their orders directly to Mrs. Moran in room 113.
    • Please DO NOT send students to room 113 to turn in their order during class time.  If a student must come see Mrs. Moran because they can’t place their order in lunch – before homeroom or after school is when she will be available. 
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  • PA High Priority Occupations

    The Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry provides information on High Priority Occupations (HPOs). The purpose of the HPO lists is to align workforce training and education investments with occupations that are in demand by employers, have higher skill needs and are most likely to provide family sustaining wages. Combining statistical data with regional expert input allows for a complete picture of the actual workforce needs of the commonwealth. Click here to visit the High Priority Occupations webpage.

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