Sixth Form at Kellett, the British International School in Hong Kong, is designed to support individual personal development, enabling each of our students to make a real difference in whatever field they choose and whatever path they take.
Student wellbeing is prioritised and we offer high levels of personalised care with time built into the timetable to allow for individual sessions with tutors, teachers and guidance counsellors.
The transition from Year 11 to Sixth Form is an exciting one, but can be daunting for students, as they are entrusted with more responsibility, freedom and of course A levels. If you'd like to find out about how Kellett ensures a smooth transition to Sixth Form, click here.
Kellett Sixth Form students achieve fantastic public examination results as mature, globally-minded individuals with an appreciation of other cultures, ideas and beliefs. After their time with us, many students go on to attend leading universities around the world.
Kellett School's Talking Heads: Highly Selective University Entrance
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Kellett’s Sixth Form experience has been carefully planned to ensure that we achieve our aim of creating a love of learning and confidence for life. We prioritise student wellbeing and offer the highest levels of personalised care with time built into the timetable to allow for individual sessions with tutors, teachers and guidance counsellors. At Kellett the Sixth Form is designed to support an individual’s personal development, enabling them to make a real difference in whatever field they choose and whatever path they take.
Small classes and a low student to teacher ratio, coupled with exciting and engaging teaching, help our students reach their academic potential. Beyond the classroom, educational visits during our Global Outlook Week to countries like Mongolia, Malaysia and New Zealand help our students broaden their horizons, experience different cultures, and take a step closer to becoming global citizens. Locally, our students can participate in extra-curricular community service in support of NGOs in our neighbouring communities.
Sports and the arts play a big part in the lives of Kellett students in the Sixth Form, with numerous music, drama and sporting opportunities, from the annual House Music competition to tightly fought sports competitions held all over Asia.