Profile For King Edward VI College, Stourbridge
King Edward VI College, is a highly regarded sixth form college, located in Stourbridge town centre. Specialising in the delivery high quality A levels, in over 30 subject areas providing students with a wide range of course opportunity.
The College has ancient origins; the chantry school of 1430 was re-founded as a boys’ grammar school by Edward VI in 1552; this in turn became a co-educational voluntary aided sixth form college in 1976.
In 1992, King Edward’s was designated under the Further & Higher Education Act and its status was confirmed with incorporation in the 2001 Learning & Skills Bill. The college recently concluded the national area review process and will remain as an independent standalone sixth form college.