We have a reputation for excellence and offer the widest choice of A Levels in the county. Our students achieve high A Level pass rates that lead to places at the country’s top universities, including Oxford and Cambridge.

A Levels will suit you if you perform well in exams, you want to study a range of subjects or if you know that you want to follow a particular career path or study a particular subject at university. A Levels are two year courses with the whole of the course assessed through exams at the end of the two years. A Levels are mostly assessed by exams though some A Levels include coursework.

You can choose from a variety of A Levels as well as three BTEC/CTEC courses which are each the equivalent of one A Level.

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Megan Farmer

Megan Farmer

A Level Drama & Theatre (Law, English Combined)
Previous Institution: Shrewsbury Academy

I didn’t have a lot of confidence at school, but I took the opportunity of a new environment and new peers to study Drama & Theatre. The teachers are brilliant and really make you feel comfortable. I will be going on to do a Law degree, but the confidence I have gained in Drama & Theatre has helped me pursue this path.

Robert Leith

Robert Leith

A Level Politics (Economics, History)
Previous school: The Priory School

I enjoy the debates that we have in class and learning how the government works. Politics can be so relevant to everyone and you learn about current affairs all over the world. I also enjoy looking at political parties and their ideologies. I will be joining the Navy when I finish college, to become an Officer.

James Marshall

James Marshall

A Level Music (Business, Economics, Psychology)
Previous school: Church Stretton School

I will study Music at Durham University and then do a PGCE as I would like to become a college Music teacher. This has been inspired by the great teachers at SCG and all the hard work they have put in to help me. I learnt composition and theory and truly developed my skills as a Musician. I play classical guitar and never thought I’d be able to consider it as a future career. I also take part in the MaDA performances and am a member of the college choir - these are great confidence builders.

April Neale

April Neale

A Level Physical Education (English Language and Psychology)
Previous school: Priory School

My sister came here and loved it – she gave it rave reviews, so that piqued my interest. PE was my best subject at school, so it was logical to carry on at A Level. You learn things you’d never expect like the history of physical activities. I’ve enjoyed learning about biology in PE and I’ve also learnt loads of great life lessons at this college.

Sophie Hodge

Sophie Hodge

A Level German (French and Politics)
Previous school: Overseas School

Modern foreign language A Levels are in high-demand and something you can use in everyday life – it is an amazing skill to have and not many other colleges offer German A Level. Having a language on your CV can open doors for you. The oral presentations and debates in class build your confidence. I really like the size of the classes and we have all the resources we could need. I plan to study French and German at university.