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sixth form college

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: School
sixth form collegeˈsixth form ˌcollege noun [countable]  SESa type of school in Britain for students who are preparing to take A levels (=the highest level of school exams)
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sixth form collegeTertiary colleges Tertiary colleges combine the functions of a sixth form college and a further education college.The former Branksome Comprehensive and Darlington sixth form college pupil is now doing a postgraduate teaching course in Birmingham.Entry to the profession may be either from school or sixth form college or from universities or polytechnics.The sixth form college provides an excellent atmosphere and a valuable preparation for university.These needs range across the full spectrum: from primary and secondary school to sixth form college and colleges of higher education.
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