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The college was founded in 1532 under the terms of the will of a prominent member of the Mercers Company in the City of London. Our links with the foundation remain, as does our original purpose to provide free education for young people in Horsham and the surrounding area.

Collyers is committed to providing excellent education for the success of every student and provide a well-resourced college environment that encourages learning. Top priority is placed on high quality support and guidance to students in their academic and personal development.

Our well qualified staff aim to prepare students to learn through exciting and challenging teaching, aided by first class facilities and modern technology. The college has consistently achieved amongst the best A level results of any sixth form in the region with a high proportion of students successfully going on to university or employment of their choice as a result of the progress they have made at Collyers.
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