Bexhill College

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Bexhill College
Type Sixth form college
Principal Karen Hucker
Location Penland Road
East Sussex
TN40 2JG
United Kingdom
Students c.1500 students[1]
Gender Both
Ages 16–19

Bexhill College is a sixth form college located in the south-east of England. In September 2004, the college moved into brand new buildings situated in Penland Road, Bexhill-On-Sea. As of 2006 the college attained a grade 3 in its OFSTED report.


The college became an IB World School in May 2006.[2] In 2011 Ofsted awarded the college a good grade.

General information[edit]

As of 2016, the school enrols about 1500 full-time students.[1]

Nearly all the college’s day-time students are between 16 and 19 years old although there are students younger than the age of 16 attending the college.

The college is co-located with post-16 students of Glyne Gap School. The Glyne Gap students have been given their own open-air space within the college grounds.

The current principal is Karen Hucker.

The Bexhill College Theatre was opened by the comedian Eddie Izzard in December 2013. The theatre comprises a performance space of 13m by 5m with seating for 200. The seating may be retracted.

Notable alumni[edit]


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  2. ^ "Bexhill College". IB World Schools. IBO. Retrieved 2009-04-23. 

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Coordinates: 50°50′50″N 0°29′28″E / 50.84722°N 0.49111°E / 50.84722; 0.49111