Q: What is a charter school?
A: A charter school provides parents with a choice in the
education of their children. The schools have open enrollment
with no discrimination, no religious association, and no
Q: How much would it cost to attend OPHS?
A: Charter schools are tuition free. Public tax dollars
are the primary funding sources for charter schools. Local,
state, and federal dollars follow the child to a charter
Q: Where will OPHS be located?
A: 6041 Landis Rd. Oxford, NC 27565 - This is a
new site under development. A temporary modular campus will
be used for the first two years and a permanent building will be
constructed for the third year.
Q: How is OPHS different than other schools in the
A: OPHS is not only centered on a college preparatory curriculum
but has a unique focus on the arts and community service in order
to develop well-rounded students.
Q: Do you have to live in Oxford or Granville County to
A: No. As a NC charter school, Oxford Preparatory would be
open to any student who is domiciled in North Carolina. If
there are more applicants than spaces, a blind public lottery will
Q: Will OPHS offer athletic programs for its
A: Yes; at first, only limited JV sports would be offered
(Volleyball, Men's Basketball, Baseball, and Women's Soccer), but
additional programs will be added with demand and availability of
Q: When does enrollment start for students?
A: All remaining seats will be filled on a first-come
basis. Parents can download and the complete the application
Q: How can I receive information about
A: All positions, descriptions, and application procedures are
posted on the school's website.