Westwood High School

 The Oxford Program

“The Oxford Program” is a partnership between Westwood High School and Bridgewater State University through which Westwood students have an opportunity to participate in the Bridgewater-at-Oxford study abroad program as college students.

The program is open to WHS students in the summer following their senior year. Students must be eighteen years of age by July 6th to be eligible. WHS English teacher and Program Coordinator, Mrs. Karen Brackman, works with the BSU Director of Study Abroad, Mr. Mike Sandy, to identify students who would be successful participants in the program, which includes a college accredited course, "The Oxford Fantasists" (offers 3 English Literature undergraduate credits), several educational trips and walking tours that supplement their studies. They participate in scheduled trips to Wales, Bath, Stonehenge, Blenheim Palace, and Stratford-Upon-Avon.

As a liaison to Bridgewater State University, Mrs. Brackman communicates with AP and honors English students about the program during the spring of their junior year, working with their English teachers and administrators to identify candidates who demonstrate the academic strength, maturity and character that are required of program participants. Please contact Mrs. Karen Brackman with any questions. See: "About the Program" page for more information.

Contact Mrs. Brackman for more information: kbrackman@westwood.k12.ma.us.

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