The Sixth Form College Farnborough


The Sixth Form College Farnborough is open to students aged 16 to 19 years offering A Level & Vocational courses at Level 3 (equivalent to Key Stage 5). The majority of students study level 3 courses in any combination over two years. All students are actively encouraged to take advantage of opportunities which extend and deepen their subject expertise and, where appropriate, go beyond the limit of the subject specifications. For those students with ambitions to study at the most competitive universities, they offer many opportunities to help reach their full potential. The college provides support through their team of Personal Tutors, Study Support team and counsellors. For further information please visit the website or contact the Student Support Services team on 01252 688201.

Please visit their website for more information about the college including entry requirements, courses available, guidance and college prospectus.

About The Sixth Form College Farnborough

The mission of The Sixth Form College Farnborough is "to be a distinguished provider of the highest quality education, enriching the lives of all students within a lively, caring community and enabling all to develop the skills to meet the demands of a changing world with confidence."

The college works closely with partner schools to ensure a smooth transition for students from school to College. The college's partner schools are: Alderwood School, Ash Manor School, Calthorpe Park School, Court Moor School, Cove School, Farnham Heath End School, Fernhill School, Frogmore Community College, Kings International College, Robert May's School, Rowhill School, St Nicholas' School, Tomlinscote School, The Wavell School, Weydon School, Woking High School, The Winston Churchill School.

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The Sixth Form College Farnborough

01252 688200




Prospect Avenue
Hampshire GU14 8JX

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