Havant Sixth Form College

Students love Havant

Everyone has their own reasons for choosing Havant Sixth Form College. We asked some of our students to tell us why they decided to come here and what they’re planning to do after they leave. Hover over the image to see what they had to say…
Emma Katsoulidou
“I chose Havant because it is a great way to get the kind of academic education you need whilst making strong friendships that last a lifetime. I’ve really enjoyed the Psychology based enrichment days. I would like to go to university to study psychology or criminology. I would undoubtedly recommend Havant to anyone who wants to achieve their dreams.”
Emma Katsoulidou
(St John’s College)
Psychology, Sociology and Spanish
Pawel Majewski
“I chose the College because it seemed to be the most promising choice and I believed it would be a great launch pad to any future careers I’d wish to pursue. I enjoy the freedom that I’m given at Havant.”
Pawel Majewski
(St Edmunds Catholic School)
History, Mathematics, Physics and Psychology
Melissa Day
“I chose Havant because of the atmosphere, it’s friendly and relaxed. The support is amazing and it has allowed me to know what I would like to do after College has finished.””
Melissa Day
(Horndean Technology College)
Applied Science, Physical Education and Psychology
Keri-Louise Northover
“I chose Havant because it gets students to work hard and has a good atmosphere. I enjoy spending time with my friends and support from teachers. Once I leave I want to go onto university and become a lawyer.”
Keri-Louise Northover
(Horndean Technology College)
English Literature, Law and Psychology
Oliver Rose
“I chose Havant because of the great reputation it had for teaching academic subjects. I enjoy studying my subjects and the good access to extra curricular material.”
Oliver Rose
(Priory School)
Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics
Tahir Kanani
“I chose Havant as it was quite close and had a great reputation. All of my friends who had come here really enjoyed it and when I joined the College I really liked the atmosphere. The teachers are lovely and really supportive. One of my favourite things is the Debating Society because it is great for widening your world view. I would like to study medicine and hope to become a Doctor Without Borders. I’d also like to travel the world and immerse myself in different cultures.”
Tahir Kanani
(St Edmunds Catholic School)
Biology, Chemistry, French and Spanish
Callum Thorne
“I chose the College because of the wide range of subjects. I’ve enjoyed the freedom and independence of the College and studying Business. I want to go onto a career in business.”
Callum Thorne
(Cams Hill School)
Business, Sociology, Travel & Tourism and GCSE English
Autumn Valentine
“I chose Havant because I liked that it was a smaller campus and easier to find your way around. I also thought it had a good atmosphere and the people were very welcoming.”
Autumn Valentine
(Mayfield Secondary School)
Religious Studies, Sociology and GCSE Mathematics
Yang Xiao
“I chose the College because it is close to home, it’s a smaller sized campus and has a great academic reputation. I enjoy the social aspect of College, the freedom and the teachers are funny.”
Yang Xiao
(The Petersfield School)
Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics
Alia Moorhouse
“I chose the College because of the wide variety of courses with high A Level scores. Mainly, I enjoy the people as everyone is friendly and open. The lessons are interesting too.”
Alia Moorhouse
(Swanmore College)
English Literature, Law and Psychology
James Loveday
“I mainly chose Havant because of the amazing results they produce every year. From what I heard from friends and family it sounded like the best opportunity for me and offered the courses I wanted to do.”
James Loveday
(Bourne Community College)
Biology, Geography and Physical Education
Andile Ncube
“I chose Havant as it has a lot of diversity and offers different opportunities. My favourite experience so far is the Travel & Tourism trip to Madrid. I want to go to university and study events management.”
Andile Ncube
(Oaklands Catholic School)
Health & Social Care, Sociology and Travel & Tourism
Kiera Easen
“I chose Havant because it had a great community feel. I have really enjoyed working with the Student Union. I want to go to university to study criminology.””
Kiera Easen
(Purbrook Park School)
English Language and Literature, Law and Psychology

 

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