King Edward VI College Stourbridge
Dudley, United Kingdom
About King Edward VI College Stourbridge
King Edward VI College is a sixth form college, operating within the further education sector, that specialises in the delivery of A levels for 16 to 19 year olds. With over 30 A Level subjects to select from and any course combination possible, across the curriculum staff strive to maintain the college’s enviable reputation as an institution where excellence is found everywhere and young, ambitious minds thrive.
Situated on a single compact campus in central Stourbridge, within the Dudley Borough, the site has been the home of a school since 1430, with grammar school status being granted in 1552 by King Edward VI, ultimately becoming a sixth form college in 1975. The well-equipped and sympathetically developed campus incorporates a range of historic buildings and modern classrooms in an environment where traditional values meet modern teaching and learning experiences. Today the college is a vibrant, inclusive and exciting community with over 2000 students from a variety of cultural and social backgrounds, all united in their enthusiasm for learning.