About The Oxford School
WHO WE ARE
The Oxford School’s journey
In 1984, we opened our doors by providing English language courses to children and adults. As time passed, the demand for a regular school grew and as a result we started to provide provisions to preschool students and from there on, it grew to secondary levels. In 2000, The Oxford School, built its first building known today as Edison Park, Transistmica in Panama City.
There was also a growing need of English schools offering an international curriculum in the country’s interior; The Oxford School opened the second branch in the city of Santiago, province of Veraguas. Today we have additional branches in David, Azuero, Pedasi and Paseo Del Norte. Our vision to continue growing to provide excellence in education nationwide.
The Oxford School follows the regular Panamanian school calendar defined by MEDUCA. Classes are divided in three terms with two weeks of school breaks in between of them.
School calendar for 2020 will be as follows:
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