Word forms: sixth forms
countable noun [usu sing] The sixth form in a British school consists of the classes that pupils go to from 16 to 18 years of age, usually in order to study for A levels. ⇒ She was offered her first modelling job while she was still in the sixth-form. ⇒ The couple met at a sixth form college in Solihull.
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