OXFORD — Planning could begin as early as next month on a $26 million project to expand and renovate Oxford High School.
The Oxford Board of Education unanimously approved its fiscal 2008 budget Monday night, and it includes spending the first $10 million from a city bond issue next year.
Eric Burrage, director of operations for the school system, said Oxford will let bids next week to begin site planning for a new freshman academy on the high school campus.
Burrage said the school system hopes to open the academy by January 2009.
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