For 16-19 year olds wishing to study at The Cheadle College we currently offer a variety of subjects at A Levels and a similar number of BTECs.


These are available across a wide range of subject and vocational disciplines and have been designed to not only meet the needs and expectations of our students but also those of employers and universities.

To find out more about our academic and vocational programme and to access our searchable 16-19 courses guide click here.

Adult Study
If you are over 19 and are seeking occupational training, evening classes, part-time courses and other types of adult study we have a wide range of options. For more details click here

Accessibility Programme
If you have learning support needs we offer CHOICES, specialist provision for students with learning difficulties and disabilities. For more details click here

Find Out More
We recommend that all prospective students, parents and carers visit the College, meet our students and staff and explore our facilities before deciding on which courses to study. One of the best ways of doing this is through one of our open days or open evenings.

Our next virtual open event is on:

  • Course Fest 2021 –  Live Lesson Taster Event – 22nd April 2021


Financial Assistance
Some students may be eligible for financial support in the form of loans, grants and bursaries. For more information please click here.

Ready To Apply?
You can apply online here or download an application form here.

At The Cheadle College we often add new courses, or change aspects of a current course, to reflect the needs of our students, universities and employers. We therefore recommend you check this section of the website regularly to see our latest study options. However if you cannot find the course you are looking for, or want more details on any current course, please contact us.