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Christ the King Sixth Form College

A Levels

At Christ the King, we have a long tradition of academic excellence, reflected in our outstanding examination record.

At all three sites, you can study almost any combination of A Level subjects. Our teaching staff and career advisers are here to help you select the ones that university admissions tutors, and employers, favour. It is absolutely essential that you receive the correct advice at the start of your studies - and at Christ the King you will. The decisions you make now can affect the rest of your life, so it is vital that you have the information you need to make an informed choice about your studies and your future career.

In addition to studying their chosen subjects, all our A Level students are enrolled on our Scholarship Graduate Programme, Advanced Graduate Programme or Extended Graduate Programme, which will develop your skills far beyond the demands of A Level and help to make you 'stand-out' candidates when you apply to some of the country's most prestigious, and selective, universities.

And you don't have to take our word for it!

Mary Curnock Cook, Chief Executive of Ucas, the university applications body, recently said on BBC Radio 4's Today programme: 'I was talking to a group of teachers at Christ the King Sixth Form College... and they gave fantastic advice and support [to students]. They have some really impressive candidates getting through to the top universities and a whole range of institutions.' 

At Christ the King, you will find that we work very hard to develop our academic high-achievers. There's nowhere better to pursue your ambitions to reach the very top of your chosen profession.

I enjoyed every minute of my time at Christ the King and my teachers were always there when I needed them. Whether it was in the classroom or outside of lessons, if there was something I didn’t understand I could always approach them.

Vincent Lai, Christ the King alumnus.

After achieving an A* in Maths, an A in Economics and a B in Further Maths, Vincent is now reading Economics and Maths at Bristol University.