Opened in September 1912 as The County School, Whitby, the College began life as a co-educational grammar school, with about 300 pupils. In 1972, it received its first comprehensive intake and a newname - Whitby School. At this time, students also began to transfer at age 14, rather than age 11 as in the past. In 1993, we became Whitby Community College.
A school with a positive, welcoming, warm atmosphere, in which students take pride in their achievements. Where we ensure each individual pupil achieves academically through consistently goodteaching, in an environment that seeks to nurture their love of learning and challenges them to excel.
Net provides modern student homes near the University of York, York St. John, York College and Askham Bryan College. We can suit all budgets from a room in a house at £60 per week, to a luxurypenthouse flat within walking distance of the universities. Net we are the landlords, so we do not charge any fees. We want to make it as easy for you as possible. We only rent to students, so we know what you want.
We have a strong reputation for high standards, outstanding facilities and a real commitment to helping you, as an individual, to be as successful as you possibly can be. We want you to be happy here.We specialise in full time courses for the 16-19 age group, providing a very wide range of Advanced level and Intermediate courses which can be taken in any combination. We also offer an extensive range of adult education courses.
Located next to Heslington village, mid-way between Heslington East and West campuses, Halifax College is the largest and most diverse college of University of York. Our beautiful setting, locationand membership give Halifax College a unique atmosphere of a thriving student village. As the largest college at York, Halifax College has over 2,700 members and 970 residents - with backgrounds as international and UK undergraduates, postgraduates, and students with families.
To achieve this, the College works closely with leading external organisations from sectors including museums, galleries, archives and libraries; arts and heritage organisations; creative industries;design, manufacturing and retail; publishing and performing arts; media; and charities and the public sector.
Established in 1988, the Northern College of Acupuncture is a registered educational charity. We offer a BSc and MSc in Acupuncture and an MSc in Nutritional Therapy. Each of these is a completetraining equipping you to become a confident and competent practitioner with the skills you need to run your own practice. On the BSc in Acupuncture applicants who do not already have a degree are usually eligible for student loans.
For nearly 50 years students have come to Melton College to learn English in York. The College is in a residential part of the City, away from the crowded shopping area, it is the only IELTS Centre inYork. We are also a Cambridge ESOL exam centre. We have a range of courses for students of all ages and abilities. We provide homestay accommodation and offer support for those who prefer self-catering. Our Student Services staff are committed to helping you get the most out of your time with us.
Trinity Catholic College, formed September 2009, is the amalgamation of two of the area's long established schools;Newlands FCJ Specialist Maths and Computing School and St David's Roman CatholicTechnology College. Both schools have been held in extremely high regard by the immediate and wider community. That position has been built up over many years as they established themselves as caring and inclusive schools that celebrate high academic attainment.
Please note, Selby College is currently experiencing difficulties receiving and making telephone calls. The college has reviewed transport arrangements for students getting to and from college,including the use of Arriva service buses, contract buses and minibuses.