Regent High School

Ambition • Inspiration • Opportunity
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Your Sixth Form experience

Your role

As role models for younger students at Regent High, Sixth Formers are presented with countless opportunities to take on additional roles and responsibilities in the form of mentoring, volunteering, leading extra-curricular activities and acting as positive ambassadors for the school. Not only do these enhance CVs and UCAS applications, they have proven to develop desirable skills for employment such as initiative, confidence and leadership. 

An exciting future

Following the completion of building works in 2014, our Sixth Form provision boasts state-of-the-art facilities and innovative learning resources for students to excel in their chosen areas.

Expanding year on year and with sustained improvements and exam success, Regent High Sixth Form is increasingly successful, with students progressing onto university to study a wide range of subjects. We invite you to become part of our success.

A personalised approach

Our staff offer unrivalled support and guidance in completing university applications and offering career advice, as well as promoting a host of initiatives to further ambition and career development. These take the form of career days, academic booster sessions, and masterclasses and mentoring schemes with our partners, including University College London (UCL), Rothschild, British Land and many more. These unique and inspirational experiences, part of our Aim Higher programme at Regent High School, have proven to benefit our students and raise aspirations. Upon joining the Sixth Form, each student is assigned a UCAS tutor and is given the opportunity to go on a residential trip, designed to prepare students for university life. In addition to this, post-16 students also have the opportunity to attend a Higher Education Conference with a number of universities and employers, providing information about a number of future options. We encourage every student to consider Higher Education and support them in looking at their future choices to ensure they choose the right for them and go on to study a subject they feel passionate about.