The Oxford Community Schools Board has initiated an independent investigation into the events surrounding the November 30 shooting.

Community Forum

Guidepost Solutions has been hired to conduct an independent investigation into the events surrounding the tragedy of November 30, 2021, at Oxford High School.  As we diligently pursue this investigation, we have spoken to community members, students, Oxford High School staff and administrators, teachers, and family members.  These sessions have been invaluable. It is important that we continue to speak to anyone who wishes to share relevant information.

Should you schedule an interview? If you have information regarding the handling of the tragic events, or those events leading up to or after November 30, please schedule a time to speak with the Guidepost team.

When: On October 12, October 13, and October 14.

Where: Interviews will be held at two locations. Please choose the location and date that is most convenient or comfortable for you by selecting the link of your preferred location.

  1. Springhill Suites Auburn Hills, 4919 Interpark Dr, Orion Twp – first floor conference room
  2. Oxford Public Library, 530 Pontiac St, Oxford – private conference room
  • October 12 – SpringHill Suites Auburn Hills
  • October 13 – SpringHill Suites Auburn Hills or Oxford Public Library
  • October 14 – Springhill Suites Auburn Hills

Who: A dedicated team of trauma-informed Guidepost professionals.

If you would like to schedule an interview with the Guidepost team, please click here to register at the Springhill Suites Auburn Hills or here to register at the Oxford Public Library, for an interview time slot.  At Guidepost, we know that every report is important, and we are working carefully to ensure that all information is handled appropriately as we work to prepare our public report.

Parents are welcome to attend interviews with their Oxford High School children. 

If you are unable to find a suitable time slot or would like to schedule a virtual interview, please reach out to Morgan Maiorino at

Thank you for your time and consideration. We look forward to meeting with you. If you have any questions about the interview itself or the process, please do not hesitate to contact Laura Rogers at or 202-603-1586.


Oxford Community Schools Boards

On November 30, 2021, four Oxford families suffered unparalleled loss. Our entire community continues to grieve and seek answers. The Oxford Community Schools Board takes our obligation to help find those answers very seriously.

We commend the district administration for their rigorous response, beginning just days after the shooting with a full security examination and continuing through today with installation of some of the country’s most advanced security technologies. 

For our part, the Oxford Community Schools Board has commissioned an independent investigation into the events surrounding the November 30 shooting.

Our collective goals are to maximize student and staff safety and, specifically, to prevent another shooting at Oxford Community Schools. 

We invite you to learn more about the investigation, as well as the safety and security upgrades implemented by the district, on this website. We further invite anyone with questions about the investigation or information to share with the investigative team to contact them at 

Together, we can create an environment where students feel safe, supported and empowered to learn.

Oxford Community Schools Board

Security Updates

Newly implemented safety upgrades to ensure the future safety of our students

Our goals are to maximize student and staff safety and, specifically, to prevent another shooting at Oxford Community Schools. Our schools have taken a thoughtful and well-informed approach to school safety upgrades.

Contact the investigative team:

If you have relevant information to share or if you would like to communicate with someone on the investigative team, please contact the team at

Investigation News & Updates

Investigation Update

The Investigation Team has: interviewed dozens of witnesses, including victims, Oxford Community Schools officials, teachers,

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