Victoria College has been aiming high, especially for Jersey’s Sixth Form students, since it was founded in 1852. We have a strong record of producing young men who excel. Our past students go on to study at Russell League universities and then become business leaders, politicians, world-class sportsmen and innovators in all sectors. Whichever career path you take, we will help you build a successful future.
We are known for our consistently excellent academic results but they are just part of the story. As a Sixth Former at Victoria College you can thrive and grow in new, more adult ways. If you are moving up from Year 11 in our school, you will notice a difference in the independence and opportunities you are given. Traditional Prefect roles are available alongside a wide range of leadership opportunities, as you’ll discover in Sixth Form Life.
Past pupils tell us Victoria College Sixth Form offers something unique. The academic excellence, camaraderie and our traditions give students a strong sense of belonging that lasts long after they have moved out into the world. Many Old Victorians return to visit us each year, often with their partners and families, recalling the fond memories which they made when they were at Victoria College.
Here, you will find a stimulating, friendly and supportive environment where you can study to the highest level the subjects which are of the most interest to you – taught by experts.
Beyond the classroom you can explore and expand your talents in a variety of other areas. Our combination of outstanding teaching and broad range of extra-curricular activities will help you develop as a whole person.
If you have your sights on achieving at higher level and are keen to work hard and contribute to our community, we look forward to welcoming you to our Sixth Form.
For Sixth Form queries, contact Alan Falle, Head of Sixth Form: firstname.lastname@example.org
Best ever GCSE results for College students. We are very proud of our Year 11 students and congratulate them on this absolutely superb set of GCSE grades. 20% of all grades awarded were at the highest possible level, grade 9 and 66% of all grades were at 7 – 9 (equivalent to the...Read More
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