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Oxford Area School


Oxford Area School

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Oxford Area School
52 Bay Road

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Phone number

+64 3 312 4197

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A new international educational experience

  • Only 40 minutes north of Christchurch
  • Nestled in a recreational paradise of mountains, forests, rivers, plains
  • Outdoor Education, Agriculture and Astronomy specialists
  • A boutique sized school with a culture of excellence, innovation and creativity
  • Many sporting and cultural opportunities
  • Semi-rural homestays on school bus routes

The Southern Alps, Mount Oxford, Oxford Forest and rivers are all close to our village which is found on the northern Canterbury Plains, meaning there are a wide range of outdoor recreational opportunities on our doorstep.

Cycling, mountain biking, climbing, hiking, fishing, horse riding, skiing and farm activities like quad biking and shooting, are just some of the activities you can easily participate in here.

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Key information

  • Male and Female

    Male and Female

  • 497

    Total number of students

  • 6

    International students

  • Canterbury Region

    Canterbury Region


  • School features
  • Academic guidance
  • Accommodation advisory service
  • Banking facilities on campus
  • Career guidance
  • English language support
  • Homestay placement service
  • International student services
  • WIFI on campus
  • Accommodation options
  • Boarding hostel
  • Halls of Residence
  • Homestay
  • Onsite apartments
  • Religious Facilities (on-site)
  • Chapel
  • Mosque
  • Multi-faith
  • Muslim Prayer Space
  • Synagogue
  • Temple

More about Oxford Area School

  • Oxford Area School Observatory

    Oxford Area School Observatory

All students have had multiple school experiences as juniors in the outdoors. They will have completed a water skills based course, a week in a mountain environment with tramping, river rafting, ropes courses, confidence building and team work activities, as well as a snow experience with snow skills including snowboarding and/or skiing. Senior students specialising in Outdoor Education often assist on the junior programme so that leadership skills can also be practised. The senior Outdoor Education programme involves travel over the South Island.


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