In Monmouth Schools Sixth Form, we teach boys and girls together at this crucial stage of their educational journey with us, recognising their maturity and focus.
Our Sixth Form students benefit from a co-educational academic environment with excellent pastoral care; the perfect bridge between school and university.
For entry into our Sixth Form, we expect students to have at least five A*-B or 9-6 grades at GCSE, and preferably high grades for the subjects they will study at A level.
Teaching Sixth Form students together encourages a wider range of views in lessons, and allows for more flexible subject combinations.
With around 65% Russell Group entries, our students go on to make their mark in diverse areas including engineering, medicine, languages, business and the arts.
At Monmouth, we encourage each student to explore fully their academic interests and to make the most of the shared facilities, while also benefiting from outstanding opportunities for sports, culture and the arts.
Sixth Formers enjoy a vibrant calendar of speakers and societies, joint school musical and dramatic performances, trips and expeditions, social events and shared community projects.
As we pave the way for a smooth transition between school and university, we deliver extensive careers advice and careful guidance through university applications. This, combined, with excellent results, means that the vast majority of Monmouth students gain places at their first or second choice university.