Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School

Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School is a public high school in South Paris, Oxford County, Maine. Part of Maine School Administrative District 17, the school serves Oxford, South Paris, Norway, West Paris, Waterford, Hebron, Harrison and Otisfield.[2]

Oxford Hills High School
256 Main Street

Oxford County

United States
Coordinates44°12′42″N 70°31′38″W
School districtM.S.A.D. 17
SuperintendentRick Colpitts
PrincipalTed Moccia
Age range14-18
Number of students1,039 (2016-17)[1]
Color(s)Green and gold
Team namethe Vikings
RivalLeavitt Area High School, Brunswick High School, Edward Little High School, Mt. Ararat High School


Oxford Hills High School was founded in 1961 as part of a consolidation plan statewide for small schools. It combined Norway High School and Paris High School, then rivals. The school operated in the previous school buildings until 1966-67, when a new school was built nearby. In 1998, the school integrated local technical classes and the core curriculum, creating the current institution.[2]

The School now encourages excellence in various technically diverse aspects of profession to allow training in many fields through the tech programs.


  1. "Oxford Hills Comprehensive H S". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved February 19, 2019.
  2. History Official Web Site

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