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Harrow College is the largest college in the London Borough of Harrow. It opened in 1999 following a merger of two local sixth-from colleges, Greenhill College (located in the centre of Harrow Town) and Weald College in the neighbouring town of Harrow Weald.
More than 2,000 full-time and 7,000 part-time, students join Harrow College for sixth form and adult courses.
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Teaching takes place at the Harrow on the Hill campus on Lowlands Road and at the Harrow Weald campus in Harrow Weald as well as two smaller, dedicated construction-focused units; Whitefriars Centre and Harrow Skills Centre.
In 2015, the College opened two new buildings: The Enterprise Centre at the Harrow on the Hill campus and Spring House for supported learning at the Harrow Weald campus.
Harrow College has been awarded a Centre of Excellence for the Hearing Impaired, which is the only centre of its kind in North West London. The college is also a member of the Westminster Centre of Excellence in Teacher Training (CETT).
Harrow College provides academic and vocational courses for young people and a range of professional and non-professional programmes for adult students. The college is highly regarded for its ESOL (English for speakers of other languages) and EFL (English as a Foreign Language) courses. The EFL programmes are accredited by the British Council. The Learning Links programme has set a standard in the community for providing courses for students with learning disabilities and difficulties.
The list includes former students of Greenhill College and Weald College.
- Jon Foo, actor and martial artist
- Shami Chakrabarti, former director of Liberty
- Tom Fletcher, guitarist in McFly
- Richard Hounslow, British slalom canoeist
- Matt Lucas, comedian
- Faye McClelland, British triathlete
- Mark Ramprakash, English cricketer
- Master Shortie, rapper
- Paul Staines, political blogger under the name Guido Fawkes
- Jordanne Whiley, paralympian
Harrow Weald County Grammar School
- Michael Annals, costume designer
- Sir John Baker CBE, former Chief Executive from 1990–95 and Chairman from 1995-97 of National Power
- Dudley Bright, Principal Trombone, London Symphony Orchestra
- Spencer Campbell, television producer and director
- Ken Follett, spy novel author
- Robert Glenister, actor
- Gareth Hadley, Chairman of the General Optical Council
- Christopher Isham, theoretical physicist at Imperial College London, who investigates quantum gravity
- Prof Anne Jones FRSA, Professor of Lifelong Learning from 1995-2001 at Brunel University
- Prof Roger Kain CBE, Montefiore Professor of Geography at the School of Advanced Study (SAS)
- Ronald Lacey, actor, who played Harris in Porridge
- Prof David Pearce (economist), Professor of Economics from 1983-2004 at UCL
- Merlyn Rees, Home Secretary from 1976–79 and Labour MP from 1962-83 for Leeds South and from 1983-92 for Morley and Leeds South (and later taught Economics at the school for eleven years throughout the 1950s)
- Michael Rosen, author
- Prof Anthony Thirlwall, Professor of Applied Economics from 1976-2004 at the University of Kent, known for Thirlwall's Law
- Nigel Waymouth, designer
- James N. Britton, taught English at Harrow Weald GS from 1933–38
- Harold Rosen (educationalist) (Harrow Weald Grammar School)
- http://www.educationuk.org/pls/hot_bc/bc_profile.page_pls_profile_details?x=133784075207&y=0&a=0&z=869&p_prof_id=5546&p_lang=31 British Council - Education UK
- "FE students add to Team GB Olympic medal haul". FE Week. Retrieved 22 August 2016.