Regent Independent College was launched in 2000 and is part of private education provider Regent Group. It draws upon 40 years of academic excellence, outstanding results and experienced teachers to deliver a personalised learning experience for its students.
Regent Independent College comprises three independent colleges. Regent Independent College Harrow and Regent Independent College London act as sixth form colleges whilst Regent Independent College Southall (formerly known as Acorn House College) offers education to compulsory school aged children as well as sixth formers. Regent Independent College also offers its full time programmes virtually via Regent College Online.
Together, the independent colleges offer full-time education to students aged 14 years upward with a variety of GCSE and A Level programmes available. Tuition is offered internationally via Regent College Online.
The end RESULT of education is CHARACTER.
From full time GCSE and A-Level courses, to part-time tuition delivered digitally internationally we provide a range of services for students.
Whilst Regent Independent College has a robust and highly experienced professional team, the proprietors acknowledge the immense benefit that external perspective, insight, experience and challenge can bring and therefore are supported in the management and oversight of the College by an Advisory Panel which meets twice each year.
THINKING INTO CHARACTER
In addition to academic success, it is important that students become productive members of modern British society. We also recognise that personal renewal is a process that takes place over the course of a person’s entire life and, in line with our ethos, ‘the end result of education is character,’ we want our students to develop their own personal skills that will enable them to move onto the next stage of their education as well-rounded individuals with an understanding of the laws of nature. Bearing in mind the enhancement of each student’s personal renewal, we have developed an innovative programme ‘Thinking into Character’.