Oxidative biocatalytic reactions were performed on solid-supported substrates, thus expanding the repertoire of biotransformations that can be carried out on the solid phase. Various phenylacetic and benzoic acid analogs were attached to controlled pore glass beads via an enzyme-cleavable linker. Reactions catalyzed by peroxidases (soybean and chloro), tyrosinase, and alcohol oxidase/dehydrogenase gave a range of products, including oligophenols, halogenated aromatics, catechols, and aryl aldehydes. The resulting products were recovered following cleavage from the beads using α-chymotrypsin to selectively hydrolyze a chemically non-labile amide linkage. Controlled pore glass (CPG) modified with a polyethylene glycol (PEG) linker afforded substantially higher product yields than non-PEGylated CPG or non-swellable polymeric resins. This work represents the first attempt to combine solid-phase oxidative biotransformations with subsequent protease-catalyzed cleavage, and serves to further expand the use of biocatalysis in synthetic and medicinal chemistry.