Cardiff Sixth Form College
The present site at 21-27 Newport Road
|Motto||Academic Excellence Inspire, Reach and Achieve|
|Type||Sixth form college|
|Principal||Dr Liam Hughes|
|Location||Trinity Court, 21-27 Newport Road
|Website||Cardiff Sixth Form College|
The college was established in 2004 as a private tutorial centre in 2004 with charitable status. By 2008 it had become private company limited by guarantee and was still known as the Cardiff Centre of Excellence, abbreviated to CCOEX, but was soon renamed to the Cardiff Sixth Form College. Students study A Levels or attend summer school.
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- "A Level Passes Grade A* and A". Education Advisers Ltd. Retrieved 2014-06-07.
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