The William H. Pitt Stadium
Our 54-acre campus features the 1,500-seat William H. Pitt Stadium complete with the same synthetic turf used in Ralph Wilson Stadium, home of the Buffalo Bills. The stadium is used for soccer, lacrosse and flag football and features a full display video board as well as a scoreboard.
State-of-the-art weight room
Located at the center of our North Building, our 4,500 square foot weight-room complex is home to our strength and conditioning classes as well as after school activities. All Oxbridge students have access to the state-of-the-art facility that features weight stations as well as speed and agility equipment and stations.
HEALTH AND WELLNESS CENTER
The Health and Wellness Department is committed to the promotion of healthy living as well as the prevention of injury and illness. The department is comprised of medical, healthcare, and fitness professionals, working as a collaborative team. The center consists of a 5-person cold tub to assist with reduction of injury recovery time and decreased inflammation and swelling. The rehab facility features 10 treatment tables, agility and balance equipment, ultrasound/electrical stimulation machines, and recumbent bikes.
north building athletic wing
In 2015, the athletic wing of the North Building received a major renovation. As a part of the renovation, wall graphics were installed by the company Fathead to highlight our teams. Additionally, the North Building features two-locker rooms with over 120 sit-in wooden lockers equipped with locks that are used by our boys’ and girls’ team who compete on the north side of campus. The wing also has a full-sized cardio room that is utilized by our Wellness Department for classes, teams and staff.
The Oxbridge Gymnasium is home to our girls’ volleyball team, boys’ and girls’ basketball teams and our physical education classes. Between the 2014 and 2015 season, the gymnasium went through a complete renovation with a new floor design and the addition of 247 upholstered seats to provide a better game-day experience.
The Pixellot Camera was installed in 2018 to capture all of our home contests in the gymnasium and live stream them through the NFHS Sports Network. The Pixellot Camera is a fully automated sports filming camera that produces high-quality game video and streams it to fans, players and coaches, live or on demand.
Prior to the start of the 2018-19 basketball season, the main entrance to the gymnasium was completed to improve the crowd flow. With the new entrance design, fans have easier access from the parking lot to the gymnasium.
MAIN BUILDING LOCKER ROOMS
Prior to the start of the 2017-18 winter sports season, the boys' and girls' team rooms were renovated to equip our indoor teams with an improved environment to create an attractive atmosphere. Each locker room is now equipped with a television, white board and 15 branded stools.
The Oxbridge boys’ and girls’ tennis teams debuted their brand new courts in the Spring of 2019. The six-lighted courts, located in a picturesque campus setting, received an upgrade to the facility which included resurfacing the courts, a new walkway and viewing area for the teams and spectators as well as new branded windscreen around the courts.
During the Fall of 2018, the softball field was given a complete renovation to provide a better game experience. The entire field is enclosed with fencing that gives proper softball dimensions of 200 feet down the lines and 208 feet to dead center, which offer some excitement for the long-ball hitters. The red windscreen around the outfield fence adds the cardinal touch to the field, and the new dugout color scheme fits the ThunderWolves brand just right. The field was also equipped with an electronic scoreboard beyond the left field fence, as well as new infield clay and an improved viewing area behind home plate for the fans.
The North Field became a fully functional competition facility in the Fall of 2013 upon the completion of William H. Pitt Stadium. The field features a 120' by 70' natural grass playin surface. Prior to the start of the 2018 winter sports' season, the scoreboard from the Lake Field (non-competition) was relocated to the North Field to improve the game experience.
The Lake Field was the lone, original playing field on campus when the school was created in 2011. The field measurements are 100’ by 70’ and features a natural grass surface. The Lake Field is used by our wellness department for physical education classes and our seasonal teams as a practice facility.