The Oxford Tradition | Summer Programs

The Oxford Tradition


Conducted at Oxford University, this precollege program provides a rigorous academic program in a small-class environment for students who have completed grades 10-12. Pupils take two courses during the session, one as a major and one as a minor. Major courses, which meet six mornings per week, include homework and require additional project and preparation time. Less intensive minor courses meet three afternoons weekly and demand no work outside the classroom. Faculty schedule frequent excursions to local cultural events.

General Info

Name The Oxford Tradition
Location Oxford, England
Year-round Contacts 800-828-8349
Program Focuses & Features Archaeology, Architecture, Business/Finance, Creative Writing, Debate, Drama, Economics, Engineering, English, Filmmaking, History, International Relations, Latin, Law, Math, Music, Photography, Science, Studio Art, Writing/Journalism
Grade Range (rising grades) 10-12
Age Range Residential — Coed Ages 14-17
Application Deadline Rolling
Director Michael McKinley, Director
Residential Fee $7795, 4 weeks.
Year Established 1985
Sponsor Oxbridge Academic Programs
Dates & Sessions July-Aug; 1 session, 4 weeks long


Michael McKinley, Director