Oxford Sixth Form College

Location Oxford, England
Established 1988
Famous Courses GCSE, Pre-A-level, A-level, BTEC
Key Information
Location Oxford, England
Established 1988
Famous Courses GCSE, Pre-A-level, A-level, BTEC

Overview

Established in 1988, Oxford Sixth Form College is one of the UK’s leading independent sixth form colleges for students aged 15 - 19. Formerly named Oxford Tutorial College, we sustain the tutorial tradition through an average class size of four students and through having no more than eight students in an A - level class. We offer greater flexibility than mainstream schools with over 30 subjects on offer across A - level, GCSE and BTEC.

Our students progress to a wide range of degree programmes at top UK universities including business management and economics; mathematics, engineering and computer science; medicine and law; art and creative media; history and international relations.

Our location in the very heart of the city of Oxford, with neighbours including University of Oxford colleges Oriel and Christchurch, is steeped in academic history and one that serves to inspire our students and us to build a successful future.

Oxford Sixth Form College Facts

  • Top 1% school in England
  • “Well above average” value added score
  • 79% of A-level grades were A*/B (2021 results)
  • Flexible course options: 1-year, 2-year and 18-month A-level available with January, April and September start dates

Accommodation

All our boarding houses offer single rooms with ensuite bathrooms. They are conveniently located close to Oxford city centre. A further option is for students to stay with one of our approved host families.

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