Wildcat Stadium was built in 1998, with renovations taking place in 2011. The most recent renovations saw new “Oxford True Blue” synthetic Astroturf Gameday Extreme XPE turf being installed. Also, a new eight lane rubberized asphalt running track was installed along with home and visitor safety shelters. Wildcat Stadium seats 5,000 spectators, and with additional auxiliary seating, up to 10,000 spectators. The home press box can comfortably seat up to 28, and can house 3 radio broadcasts and 2 television broadcasts. Wireless internet is also available at Wildcat Stadium.
Built in 2006 and named after legendary hall of fame girl’s basketball coach Ian Smith, the competition gymnasium at Oxford High School is home to the Wildcats basketball, volleyball, wrestling and competitive cheerleading teams. With 1600 seats, the field house features a 3-lane, 1/10km running track and three auxiliary courts. Television and radio broadcasts can be originated onsite. Wireless internet is available onsite.
The Oxford Natatorium was built in 2006, and seats 500 with up to 200 additional temporary seats. The pool consists of 8 lanes, each 25 yards long, with a maximum depth of 13 feet 6 inches, and a minimum depth of 3 feet 6 inches. The moveable bulkhead can accommodate short course (25m) meets as well. The diving area also houses 2 duraflex adjustable springboards.The many fans of Wildcat Aquatics can keep track of the meets, events and games via an 8-lane Daktronics scoreboard.
Originally constructed as a middle school competition gymnasium in 1998, the East Gym was converted for high school use in 2006. Host to several large scale events such as MHSAA Class A volleyball quarterfinals, wrestling regionals and several OHS tournaments. With seating for over 500, this intimate competition arena makes for an exciting spectator experience. Media members enjoy hi-speed wireless internet access.
Oxford High School features some of the most finely maintained baseball and softball fields in Oakland County. There are two full-sized competition baseball fields and two competition softball fields. Three of the four fields have dugouts with storage. In addition, all fields have Turface MVP infields. At the center of the diamonds is a full-service concession building complete with men’s and women’s ADA accessible bathrooms.
Newly installed in 2012, OHS now features a beautiful 8-court tennis facility complete with a main concourse, two hitting walls and vinyl coated fencing. Interior fencing is three feet in height to support great spectator sightlines.
The official’s locker room located on the lower level of the Ian Smith Gymnasium features five open hardwood lockers and is used to host officials in football, basketball, volleyball, wrestling and competitive cheer. The locker room is equipped with lockable cabinets for valuables and two separate bathrooms with showers.
Formerly the site of Oxford High School, The Oxford Middle School Fieldhouse located at 1420 Lakeville Rd in Oxford has been home to some of the largest indoor sporting events in Oxford’s history. Built in 1983, the fieldhouse has hosted the 1994 MHSAA Class B Competitive Cheer Finals as well as the Oakland County Wrestling Tournament which is one of the largest team tournaments in the United States.