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|Deputy Principal||Andrew Kaye|
|Local authority||South East England LSC (although in Hampshire LEA)|
|DfE URN||130693 Tables|
|Ages||16 (GCSE Students Studying Vocational Courses 14 - 16)–19+|
Fareham College was formed in 1984 as a merger between an earlier technical college (Fareham Technical College) on the same site and the sixth-form college at the historic Price's School, a boys' grammar school on Park Lane, (before the latter's site was sold to developers) in 1984, and became the sole state provider of tertiary education in Fareham. Price's School became a sixth form college in 1976. Fareham Grammar School for Girls was on Birdwood Grove, and became Cams Hill School.
- Peter Watkins, Principal from 1980-4 of Price’s Sixth Form College (Head from 1974-9 of Chichester High School For Boys and from 1969-74 of King Edward VI Five Ways)
- Carl Groves (2002-2011), Carl had to step down as principal due to ill health.
- Nigel Duncan (2012-present)
The latest Ofsted report (2017) rated Fareham College as an 'Outstanding' college, with inspectors praising the excellent quality of teaching and highly motivated and professional students.
- Neil Astley, who founded Bloodaxe Books
- Rear-Adm Roger Dimmock CB, commanded HMS Hermes from 1982-3, and RNAS Culdrose from 1980-2
- Robert Goddard (novelist)
- Peter Long, Chief Executive since 2007 of TUI Travel, and former Chief Executive of First Choice from 1999-2007, its predecessor
- Prof Marcus Miller, Professor of Economics since 1974 at the University of Warwick
- Oliver Neville, Principal from 1984-93 of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA)