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sixth-form college

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Definition of sixth-form college in English:

noun

British
A college for pupils in their final years of secondary education, starting at the age of 16.
Example sentences
  • He was identified as a pupil studying for his A-levels at a sixth-form college.
  • The sixth-form college has 1,400 full-time students.
  • My party leader has sent me to a local sixth-form college to apologise.

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