At Hautlieu we offer a wide range of A Levels as well as the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme and the new Career Programme, so you can find a course that best suits your future.
Our A-Level courses cover a wide range of core subjects like English, Maths and Science through to humanities and the arts, so no matter your field of interest you’ll find it here. Criteria to join Hautlieu is based on our 16+ entry process, with a requirement to have English Language at Grade 4 and a further four GCSEs at Grade 4, one of which can be GCSE Maths.
Hautlieu are also proud to offer students the opportunity to study an International Baccalaureate course. If you want to push boundaries and are looking to develop expert knowledge in topics that interest you, consider studying one of the two world-leading IB programmes on offer at Hautlieu.
The IB Diploma Programme is perfect for students who are looking for breadth in their sixth form studies, as well as having the option to balance subject choices at standard or higher level.
The IB Careers Programme, which includes work experience at Deloitte, is specifically tailored to students who wish to engage in career-related learning, as well as gaining valuable work experience and the opportunity to study for their Certificate in Finance, Accounting and Business qualification (CFAB).
Visit hautlieu.co.uk to view our online prospectus and find out more about the courses on offer.
Apply online for 16+, which closes on 18th December 2020. To apply, please click here (https://apply.hautlieu.co.uk/). Should you have any further questions please contact our Admissions Administrator, Mrs Fromage at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the school office on 736242.
"I was delighted that Hautlieu decided to offer the IBCP course in conjunction with Deloitte, one of the leading accountancy firms in the world. This course couldn’t have come at a better time for me, as I have wanted to pursue a career in accountancy for a while now. The course requires dedication throughout however having passed all my accountancy exams first time so far, has been very gratifying. I really feel like I am achieving something concrete towards my career. By not having to go to university, at age 18, I will have a significant head start in the workforce, unfortunately, due to the pandemic, I was not able to do my work placement, however we have had regular support from Deloitte staff either at school or in the workplace. The requirement of this course to study other IB subjects and collaboratively conduct community projects, has also been invaluable in helping me to become a more rounded person. I have enjoyed this course very much so far and would highly recommend it." – Yann, current Hautlieu student.
“My name is Jordan Stott, I’m an Assistant Manager at Deloitte Jersey and I lead our relationship with Hautlieu and the IBCP program. I joined Hautlieu In June 2011 to complete my GCSE’s and A-Levels, leaving to begin my career with Deloitte in August 2015. At the time, many students were planning on continuing their education at university. However, that option didn’t feel like the right fit for me, so I opted to seek a career locally, and was very fortunate to be able to accept a place on the BrightStart Scheme at Deloitte. This scheme enabled me to earn a full salary, whilst Deloitte paid for my professional tuition towards either my ACA or ACCA qualification. The beauty of the International Baccalaureate Careers Program (IBCP), is that students who are looking for a career in finance have the best platform to begin their professional careers. Students who choose the IBCP, have the opportunity in partnership with Deloitte, to study their first six ACA exams. Additionally, students get the opportunity to develop their employability more holistically through masterclasses in CV writing, social-media management and interview preparation. This gives students a huge competitive advantage when applying for jobs and universities, as well as building upon the softer components that the IB already offers, with a professional spin. The first iteration of the scheme commenced last September, and feedback from students to date has been amazing. I know that I would have jumped at the opportunity to be part of a scheme like this, so I’m extremely proud that we’re able to do our part and open doors into finance for Hautlieu students today.” – Jordan Stott, former Hautlieu student now working at Deloitte