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Highfield Leadership Academy
We would like to welcome all Highfield Leadership Academy School students to your dedicated Blackpool Sixth website hub.
On here you can find out loads of information about studying with us in 2021, transport to Blackpool Sixth, student success stories and how to contact us if you have any questions!
INTERVIEWS & ADVICE
Currently, our friendly Admissions team are busy working to provide advice and guidance for Year 11 students.
We review all applications very carefully. If we need to discuss your application, then we will contact you to arrange a convenient time for an email exchange or telephone call. This would simply be a friendly chat with one of our Admissions and School Liaison team and is nothing to be worried about at all. Under normal circumstances we would speak to you in school or in college, but this is currently not possible due to the ongoing Covid restrictions. We will, however, be in regular contact via email and this will be reviewed as the year progresses.
If you are in Year 11 and have not yet applied to us, you can do so here. Please note that our initial deadline for applications to join us in September 2021 was 1st March 2021. However, we are still able to accept applications.
After you have applied, make sure you check your emails so you don’t miss our offer of a conditional place, (click here for the minimum entry requirements for your place at Blackpool Sixth).
Any updates and news from Blackpool Sixth will be sent to you throughout the year, so please check your messages regularly.
If you need to update your email or phone number at any time you can do so at email@example.com
EXPERIENCE BLACKPOOL SIXTH!
Student Success Stories
Luke, formerly of Highfield Leadership Academy, went on to study mathematics at Lancaster University after getting two A* A level grades in maths and electronics and an A grade in statistics.
Sam Benson formerly of Highfield Humanities College, went on to study at the IMM Institute to study professional musicianship. Sam won the student award for BTEC Music at our 2016 student awards. Sam gained a Triple Distinction* in BTEC Music.
Maddi went on to continue her film and TV production studies at Edge Hill University. The former Highfield Leadership Academy student achieved a double distinction star grade in BTEC in Film and Television Production and a B in A Level Graphic Design.
Former Highfield High School pupil Natasha Boyd went on to continue her passion for law at Lancaster University where she studied law and criminology. Natasha gained an A* in A Level Law as well as an A in A Level Psychology and a Distinction* in BTEC Business.
Former Highfield High School pupil Connor Dunleavy celebrated a run of straight As in his A Levels. Connor gained A grades in PE, classical civillisation and sociology. Connor went on to Birmingham University to study sport and exercise science with the hope of becoming a physiotherapist when he graduates.