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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Demi Thomas

Demi Thomas

A Level Law (Politics, Sociology)
Previous school: Shrewsbury Academy

Law can be a challenging A Level, but it is worth it and I thrive when being pushed. The resources are great here and the support is amazing - I picked SCG after coming to an Open Evening. The aspect I find
most interesting to study is manslaughter cases and I have especially enjoyed learning about battered woman syndrome. I would like to become a solicitor or barrister in family law so I will be going to study Law at Edge Hill University.

Ben Beasley

Ben Beasley

Applied Science BTEC, Business BTEC
Previous school: Church Stretton School

I had heard great reviews for the College from past and present students. Coming here meant I could be on the Two Plus programme and get my English GCSE so I can complete my A Levels. After college I would like to do a higher Apprenticeship in Engineering. Applied Science gives you a good understanding of the work environment in the science industry and I’ve really enjoyed learning about protein biosynthesis.

Harry Hooper

Harry Hooper

A Level Statistics (Biology, Psychology)
Previous school: Charlton School

I came to SCG because there were more course options and they were the only College in the area who did Statistics A Level. I find Statistics a really interesting subject and I appreciate how it can be applied to everyday-life. After my studies I would like to get an Apprenticeship in banking. I have enjoyed having the chance to analyse data from the internet, it is realistic and great practice for my future career.

Abigail Nutting

Abigail Nutting

A Level Classical Civilisation (English Combined and Health & Social Care BTEC)
Previous School: Meole Brace School

I have always enjoyed Classics and the Greek gods – Percy Jackson is my favourite book series. Classical Civilisation is a bit different from other A Levels and I love studying the heroes and myths. It also looks at an element of History and is overall a really interesting subject. I am going to continue Classics at University of Winchester, then I hope to become a Tour Guide in Greece and Italy – telling all my customers the interesting things about gods and mythology.

Kelly Price

Kelly Price

A Level Media Studies (Maths, Business)
Previous school: Mary Webb School

I chose Media Studies because I enjoy the subject and I wanted something creative to study alongside my other A Level choices. This is a course that gives you opportunities and focus, plus the teachers are so engaging. After College I am hoping to study media and culture at university.