Carmel College Sixth Form

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Carmel College Sixth Form
Carmel College Sixth Form Logo.svg
Motto Academic Strength, Spiritual Depth
Type Sixth Form College
Religion Roman Catholic
Head Tim Madeley
Location The Headlands
Darlington
County Durham
DL3 8RW
England England
54°31′28″N 1°35′10″W / 54.5245°N 1.5861°W / 54.5245; -1.5861Coordinates: 54°31′28″N 1°35′10″W / 54.5245°N 1.5861°W / 54.5245; -1.5861
Students 200 (approx.)
Ages 16–18
Telephone 01325 254525
Fax 01325 254525
Website Carmel College Sixth Form

Carmel College Sixth Form is a sixth form college on The Headlands in Hummersknott, Darlington, England. It is a post-16 extension of Carmel College, A Catholic Academy of which the college is attached to.

Admissions[edit]

Carmel Sixth Form College admits around 150 students each year, mostly aged between 16–18. It offers full-time courses of around 30 AS and A-level courses and several BTEC and enrichment courses.

General entry requirements are 5 GCSEs at grades A*-C, however, many courses may request at least a grade B in specific subjects.[1]

Academic performance[edit]

The most recent A-level exam results (summer 2011) were outstanding with a pass rate of 99.4% and an average of 922 points per student.[2]

Carmel Sixth Form College performs in the top twenty state schools at A-level in the North East.

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