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11.5 hour continuous rehearsal at weekend, 10 minute break for lunch. Working young people to point of exhaustion. In any other setting this would not be tolerated but Sixth Form shows little regard... More »
Don't get me wrong at points i hated hills. Too much pressure and expectation to exceed a place where AAA at A2 was considered ordinary but what an experience made some of... More »
. Many of their policies and attitude to those with any form of disability /illness would clearly fall short of acceptable standards under equality legislation if not outright discrimination. They only want... More »
Overrated. With around 2000 students Hills Road fails to provide care and support for every individual. They are more interested in the people who CAN ALREADY, rather than the ones that have... More »
Hills road is defiantly the right college to go to but I have not enjoyed it one bit. The majority of teachers are good. But the college puts too much pressure on the... More »
I agree with the first name thing. I don't want my teachers as my buddies. But it just seems natural to call Dr Mike "Dr Mike".... More »
Hills Road, is safe to say an absolutely amazing place!! I mean academically it is incredibly challenging and hard! But if you are prepared to put a lot of work into it, you... More »
Hills Road sixth form college. One of the best rated sixth form colleges in the country, they have plenty of money and plenty of people who want to go there. Every year six... More »
Despite a reputation for only being an academic hot house I have found that pastoral care at Hills Road is outstanding, and the staff are kind, generous and supportive. As an earlier reviewer... More »
I came to Hills as an out of catchment student, not knowing anyone at all. Having always been a pretty hard-working student, I found that for the most part I could deal... More »
Having come from a school in Hertfordshire where only 40% of pupils achieve 5 GCSE's A*-C with very mixed abiliy A level classes and few subject options I was thrilled to get into... More »
After reading some of the comments posted on this page I have realized that there is certainly a mixed opinion to HR in terms of its academic rigor, social life and other related... More »
So many of the reviews of Hills Road are bare negative. Many put forward their view that Hills Road is full of snobs and public school kids, which is really untrue. As a... More »
I disagree totally with the opinion that you will only find Hills great if you are rich, pretty and a boffin genius type since you were born etc. I look at my time... More »
In a word, yes. Hills Road produces students that are incredibly capable in the exam room, but it's dubious as to whether high achieving students can think outside the box. They work extremely hard,... More »
Hills is the place to go to reinvent yourself. Whatever people may say, you can go there with the ideal that you can be who you want to be, as the majority there... More »
One of the negative reviews mentioned that Hills Road is not the place to go for a confidence boost. I would like to congratulate this person in being astute enough to point out... More »
I think your time at Hills Road is what you make of it - obviously (looking at some reviews) it's not for all. Overall, I enjoyed my time at Hills, and have... More »
I don't know about other sixth forms, but at hills road our a levels are practically spoon fed. Teachers tell us EXACTLY what to write and how to write it in exams. There... More »
Its alrite, Sometimes it stupid and annoying because of the colleges attitudes and the fact that there is loads of people whom have had everything bought for them by Daddy. There is also some really... More »
Don't assume that just because you are ambitious you should got to HRSFC. I took it for granted that i would go to Hills, yet am now regretting this as it has... More »
It's been years (too many years) since I left Hills Road and I am still using the same study skills and essay writing technique I learned from my sixth form days to tackle... More »
As mentioned in other reviews Hills does work you amazingly hard, Iâ€™ve had four essays due in on one day and coursework in all my subjects at once. It can be very fatiguing... More »
I think it's a great shame that people did not find their years at Hills as fulfilling and engaging as they should have. It's academic and extra-curricular opportunities are incomparable, this was perhaps highlighted... More »
Dear Sir/Madam, I am an international student in England.Would you please tell me some imformational about A-Level course fot the international student in your college?And have you got the language course in this year... More »
Hills Road Sixth Form College is great, if not very demanding. Hard work is inevitable here but if you follow requirements and guidelines then so are good grades. Everyone is friendly, staff and pupils,... More »
A very clever and observant teacher at secondary school looked at me in horror when I told him that I was going to HRSFC. "It's an A level factory, you'll hate it!" he... More »
My two years at Hills were brilliant. I made great friends and most of my teachers were very friendly. I was definitely the best choice for me. Hills does seem to work it's... More »
I disagree Joe. I'm sorry to hear that you had a bad time at Hills Road, but I didn't. Of course, some things weren't perfect (a certain history teacher) but the atmosphere was great... More »
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