HCS Sixth Form by HCS Sixth Formers

Hampshire Collegiate School is situated in a fantastic location

The school has an outstanding reputation for art and a creative environment

HCS Sixth Form provides opportunities for you to develop your leadership skills

I was offered a scholarship, which was a great incentive

Class sizes are small and I receive individual attention

The food is excellent!

HCS Sixth Form provides very good pastoral support

I receive individual attention that I would not receive elsewhere

My timetable provides me with the flexibility for me to gain valuable work experience

Here I have the opportunity to play rugby and receive great coaching

The working environment helps me to focus

The support from my teachers is excellent

HCS provides me with the opportunity to persue my own projects

Small class sizes mean I get individual attention

The pastoral support at HCS means I always work hard

Small class sizes

Pupils have good working relationships with subject teachers

The school is friendly and pupils get on with each other

There are fabulous open spaces for sport

Senior School News

HCS Hosts Oxbridge Conference
On Wednesday HCS hosted its thirteenth annual Oxbridge conference. 75 Year 11 and Year 12 students and 12 teaching staff from five schools enjoyed two hours of presentations, questions and responses ...
Biology students get a taste of University
Below is an account by Ellie (Year 12):  On Tuesday 24th January Year 12 biology students were given a chance to go to Southampton University.  At the university, we were informed about all ...
Boarders celebrate Chinese New Year
The boarders all enjoyed a night of Chinese tradition at the Chinese New Year celebrations on Friday night.  The two chefs who were busy cooking in the school kitchen delivered a tantalising five ...

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About Hampshire Collegiate School

Hampshire Collegiate School near Romsey is an independent school for boys and girls 2–18. Our 130 acre site – once home to Florence Nightingale – includes beautiful Grade II listed woodland gardens, sports pitches and educational facilities. We combine an ‘academic ambition’ programme with development of a wide range of skills and interests for every pupil.

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