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St David's Catholic College

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St David's Catholic College
Established 1987
Type Sixth form college
Religious affiliation Roman Catholic
Principal Mark Leighfield
Location Cardiff, Wales

St David's Catholic College (Welsh: Coleg Catholig Dewi Sant) is a sixth form college located in Cardiff, Wales. It is the only Roman Catholic sixth form college in Wales.

The college enrols students aged between 16 and 19 years from Cardiff, although admissions priority is given to students from Roman Catholic secondary schools in the surrounding area. These schools include Corpus Christi High School, Mary Immaculate High School and St Illtyd's Catholic High School.

Courses offered by St David's include GCSEs, BTECs, A levels and the Welsh Baccalaureate.

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Coordinates: 51°30′06″N 3°09′57″W / 51.50177°N 3.16578°W / 51.50177; -3.16578

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