We hope you enjoy the Sixth Form experience at HCS.

 You can expect to join a friendly, purposeful environment in which you will take more responsibility for your studies, develop independent work habits and also have opportunities to hone and refine your personal interests.

The Sixth Form represents a vital staging post in your education, your career and, ultimately, the future path of your life. With that in mind, we will support you in deciding your educational or vocational path via careers guidance and offer good advice to help you achieve the grades you need.

There is a bigger picture to Sixth Form study. Your success will depend upon your ability to be self-disciplined and self-motivated with your studies, qualities which you will need in the world of work. The great advantage of the Sixth Form at HCS is the support offered to make an effective transition from GCSE study and the help we can provide in adjusting to the demands of advanced learning.

Being able to effectively manage your time will enable you to invest more energy into your other interests and, hopefully, the overall life of the school. Your contribution to the harmony of the school will be enormously important.

Mr Joe Hillier, Head of Sixth Form
joe.hillier@hampshirecs.org.uk

  

Senior School News

HCS senior golf team compete in the (ISGA) National Finals
28/04/2017
The HCS senior golf team competed in the Independent Schools Golf Association (ISGA) National Finals on Sunday 23 and Monday 24 April. This is a very prestigious competition, where the best junior ...
HCS pupil crowned NSEA Champion
25/04/2017
Congratulations to Hampshire Collegiate School pupil Callum (Year 11) who was crowned National Schools Equestrian Association ‘Pop-Up Dressage Champion 2017’ after gaining the highest overall % ...
First Event for HCS Ski Racing Team
25/04/2017
On Monday 24th April, history was made at HCS with our ski racing team competing in their first event. The team travelled to Hemel Hempstead Snow Centre to take part in the British ...
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