History

Oxford Schools were established in 1996 near the Martyr's Memorial, the Sport city, Amman.

For over twenty years we have extremely served Jordan and its community. The schools were established by an elite group of Jordanian, who had deep insight to realize how important it is for the future of generations to incorporate modern education into the Arab Muslim identity.

Since our inception, the schools have strived to provide quality education to all students and pursued the goal of developing standards aligned with our philosophy.

The Schools' buildings have been expanded to meet our education requirements and to include all facilities of a modern well-equipped school.

Apart from spacious and comfortable classrooms, we have modern science labs and state of the art computer labs. The Schools believe in inoculating the habit of reading early in life. There are several well-stacked libraries that have an extensive academic collection as well as a varied collection of fiction to suit the reading interests of all patrons.

Since the schools' establishment, Oxford Schools have been keen to produce graduates with education for life, who are accepted at top universities worldwide and are well acquainted with information technology and its applications.