League tables show Colmers Sixth in 8th position, only behind King Edward VI group & Sutton’s Bishop Vesey’s Grammar

A Level results league tables, published in the Birmingham Mail, see the new Colmers Sixth Form College among the top in the city.

Screen Shot 2016-01-31 at 12.33.02100% of the first cohort of students to sit A Levels at the Sixth Form centre, which opened in 2013, achieved at least two A Levels at A* to E in 2014. 

The results see the Sixth Form sitting 8th in the table, surpassed only by schools in the King Edward VI group and Bishop Vesey’s Grammar School, Sutton Coldfield.

Headteacher of Colmers School and Sixth Form College, Barry Doherty, told the Birmingham Mail: “We are very, very proud of our very first cohort of students who completed their A levels so successfully and are now enjoying life in a wide range of universities across the country – almost all of which are their first choices.

“This success is a reflection of the students’ individual efforts, teachers’ commitment and Colmers’ ambition to introduce a brand new university-focused sixth form, that sits in the heart of Longbridge and Northfield – serving the entire local community.”

Applications are currently being taken for the 2016 intake at the college. To learn more and download an application form, visit the Colmers Sixth Form web page

Enquiries can be directed to Head of Sixth Form, Mr Charlett on 0121 453 1778 or email:

Read the full story on the Birmingham Mail website


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