Victoria College has been serving the Island since 1852, delivering high quality education to boys from Year 3 to Sixth Form and helping them to build successful futures.
We have a thriving Preparatory School that opened in 1922 where 300 boys (aged 7 to 11) from Years 3 to 6 have access to a huge range of exciting opportunities and educational experiences.
The boys continue to their secondary education at the College from Year 7 to Year 11, when they take GCSE examinations, and then on to our unique Sixth Form in Years 12 and 13 for A levels.
Victoria College aims to create well rounded, resilient young men who have skills, attitudes and values to be successful individuals who make a positive contribution to society.
The aims of Victoria College are:
To maintain a safe, happy and caring environment based on mutual respect and tolerance.
Pass rate at A level 2020 (A* - E grade)
A* to C grade at A level 2020
students taking A levels in 2020
co-curricular opportunities available at VCJ
co-curricular opportunities at VCP
students currently enrolled at VCP
students currently enrolled at VCJ
boys supported by a full or partial bursary
It has been a very close battle throughout the first half of spring term in our house point competition. The reintroduction of our inter-house sports competitions played a vital factor in the final results. Congratulations to Braithwaite, who won both the Thomas Harris Trophy (most points for the half term) and the Hopewell Cup (most overall points) in a very close fought competition!
Huge congratulations to Luke who has won the Woodwind category in the PwC Junior Young Musician of the Year Competition! Luke is a fantastic player and won on the saxophone, one of his many instruments as you can see!
Due to an equipment failure in the Bistro late this afternoon the Bistro will be closed tomorrow whilst repairs take place. Students will need to bring their own food into school tomorrow (Thursday 4 March). We will update parents and students tomorrow on the situation ahead of Friday. We are very sorry for the inconvenience and are doing all we can to resolve the problem as soon as possible. This does NOT apply to VCP.
"I think that the most amazing thing about learning a woodwind instrument is that you make the sound with your mouth, not just fingers, because I play the piano but I don't use my mouth unless I'm singing at the same time. Also, another great thing about learning the clarinet is that it's quite hard to play really fast. The quavers and semi quavers are the most challenging parts of the grade 1 pieces that I've learnt." - Year 7 Orchestral Challenge Student Our Year 7's are putting in effort every week, working hard towards their Grade 1 of an instrument of their choice! #VCOC #orchestralchallenge #year7 #musiclessons #aspire
PwC Young Musician of the Year Competition is a big annual competition on the island with Jersey Music Service. With the final looming next month, we are delighted to announce that three of our boys have been named winners of their heats: Singing: Yanis Woodwind: Cosimo Brass: Leo Well done boys!
2/2 We will update parents and students tomorrow on the situation ahead of Friday. We are very sorry for the inconvenience and are doing all we can to resolve the problem as soon as possible.
1/2 Due to an equipment failure in the Bistro late this afternoon the Bistro will be closed tomorrow whilst repairs take place. Students will need to bring their own food into school tomorrow (Thursday 4 March).
Our Year 7's are putting in effort every week, working hard towards their Grade 1 of an instrument of their choice! #musiclessons #aspire
The Old Victorians' Association is comprised of all former students who have graduated from Victoria College Jersey as well as serving and former teachers.
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