Cambridge Centre for Sixth-form Studies
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|Cambridge Centre for Sixth-Form Studies|
The school logo
|School type||sixth-form college, boarding school|
|Age||15 to 21|
|Campus||Station Road, Tenison Road, Bene't Place|
|School colour(s)||White, Blue|
The Cambridge Centre for Sixth-form Studies (CCSS) is an independent sixth-form college located near the centre of Cambridge.
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