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The College was founded on the King Edward VI Grammar School and our history traces back to 1552 through centuries of academic excellence. King Edward VI College is the only specialist Sixth Form College in Warwickshire, offering over 45 A levels. New subjects on offer this year include: AS Archaeology; AS Music Technology and AS Dance, BTEC Diploma in IT and also in Business. We are small enough to provide a personalised approach to each student and large enough to provide a range of social, developmental and academic opportunities.

Our teachers are experts in their fields and we have long established links with Oxbridge and Russell group universities. We work hard and play hard together and our College has a productive yet familial, happy atmosphere. Many of our students go onto achieve great things in life through both sporting and academic excellence.
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