Cardiff Sixth Form College

Cardiff Sixth Form College
Address
1&3 Trinity Court, 21 - 27 Newport Road
Cardiff
CF24 0AA
Tel
02920 493121
Fax
02920 493122
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Cardiff Sixth Form College, Cardiff is an independent school for boys and girls aged from 16 to 19. Takes boarders.

Local authority:

Cardiff

Pupils:

146

Religion:

Non-denominational

Fees:

Tuition only £12,000; Boarding £24,000 pa

Open days:

Admission evenings - appointment based


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With a reputation for outstanding educational achievements, excellent facilities and enriching extra-curricular activities, Cardiff Sixth Form College (CSFC) focuses on individual care, and inspires students to make the most of their unique talents. CSFC is ranked one of the top A-level providers in the UK. Our 2011 results were outstanding, with 98% A*–B grades being achieved. In 2012 the college... Read More

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