Studying with us

Why choose online sixth form with King’s InterHigh?

As well as being an accredited Cambridge International school, where you can get a high-quality education and recognised qualifications, we also offer lots of extra support too.

Extra study support

Drop-in clubs for subject-specialist support

Study skills workshops

Revision guidance during exams

A whole network of alumni students

Guidance for the future

Specialised Oxbridge and medicine guidance

Career, apprenticeship, and placement help

Support with academic and character references

Dedicated support with university applications

91% acceptance rate for 2023 UCAS applications

Fully recognised by universities and employers

King’s InterHigh’s online IB Diploma and A Levels are recognised around the world. Alongside respected qualifications, you’ll gain the skills universities and employers desire — from independent study abilities to global-mindedness. Year after year, our students are accepted to institutions like Cambridge, Oxford, and other top schools worldwide. Meanwhile, many more score apprenticeships, pursue careers in arts or sports, or become young entrepreneurs. 

A Levels or IB Diploma: Which is right for you?

Results that speak for themselves

10 of our subjects reach above national average for Grades A* -E

British A Levels were achieved in 27 countries around the world

91% of applicants received their choice of university

Student stories

Don't just take our word for it. Hear from our students.

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King’s InterHigh Student

“Learning by myself has helped me become more disciplined. I play tennis competitively, and Kings InterHigh's flexible timetables have allowed me to train as much as possible while still maintaining a high level of education.”


King’s InterHigh Student

“Since joining King’s InterHigh in 2015, I have been able to take full control over my learning. Schooling online has meant there are no disruptions, work is harmonious and I’m far more active in discussion.”


House of the Dragon Star & King’s InterHigh Student

“With online schooling, you can be yourself without the judgement of other people, which is refreshing. This is my third year at King’s InterHigh and I’m loving it.”

Meet the teachers

Meet our brilliant sixth form teachers

Teacher Bio

Alastair Summers

Head of Sixth Form

As our Head of Key Stage 5, Alastair brings with him over two decades of experience in teaching, middle leadership, and senior manager roles. He holds a European Baccalaureate and an honours degree in Biochemistry and started his career in the financial sector before diving into the world of teaching. Over the last two decades, Alastair has worked in various leading state, independent, and international schools.

As the former Vice Principal Academic at St. Clare’s, Oxford — the oldest IB World School in England — Alastair championed all aspects of the school’s academic programmes. Outside work Alastair is a keen pianist, cook, hillwalker and cyclist.

Teacher Bio

Emily Fishman

IB Coordinator

Emily is our IB Coordinator. She holds a Master's degree in History from the University of Cambridge and brings with her over seven years of experience teaching history and politics. She has taught across multiple curriculums, including UK and Cambridge International A levels and the IB Diploma. Outside the classroom, Emily has worked as an examinator for AQA and Edexcel and led the Extended Essay coordinator and the Extended Project Qualification.

Teacher Bio

Jennie Phipps

Head of Faculty Humanities

Jennie is our Head of Humanities Faculty, overseeing geography, history, religious studies, classics, law, international relations, psychology, and sociology. She holds a BA (Hons) in History and a PGCE with QTS in Secondary History, bringing with her over two decades of teaching experience. Having joined King’s InterHigh in 2017, her aim is to continue fostering critical thinking and nurturing a love for learning within an inclusive, accessible, and supportive online environment.

Teacher Bio

Rabina Ramsay

Head of Sociology and Psychology

Rabina is our Head of Subject for sociology and psychology. She has been teaching for over 15 years, spending the past five academic years at King’s InterHigh. Passionate about social sciences, Rabina loves to introduce students to these subjects and encourage new ways of thinking. As a prolific reader of all things brain-related, she always has a psychology book on her shelf. She loves sharing her newfound knowledge with students in class and seeing them develop as social scientists and inquisitive thinkers.

Teacher Bio

Rachel Rosser

Head of Year 12

Rachel is our Head of Year 12 and Leader of Learning for biology. She has a BSc (Hons) in Psychology and a PGCE with QTS in Science, specialising in Biology. A Place2Be Schools Mental Health Champion, Rachel is trained in psychological first aid for young people, and she is passionate about supporting all students to achieve their ambitions. She loves to share her passion for biology with her students and help them understand current world trends in biodiversity and climate change.

Teacher Bio

Rebecca Mclachlan

Leader of Learning for Creative Media

Rebecca is our Leader of Learning for creative media. She has been an art and design teacher for over 15 years, and a Head of Department for five years prior to joining King’s InterHigh. Rebecca specialises in illustration, which she studied at university, and loves to explore creative skills with her students. Outside of the classroom, Rebecca enjoys spending time with her family, exercising, and creating fine line tattoos as an extension of her creativity.

Teacher Bio

Tahoora Khalil Urehman

Head of Middle East and Southeast Asia

Tahoora’s teaching career began in state schools and multi-academy trusts, where she eventually progressed to a vice principal role. After several years of this, she moved to the UAE to work in school leadership positions. While here, she took on as many duties as possible, including inspection work and ministry remits.
As an experienced education leader, Tahoora is responsible for guiding King’s InterHigh’s learners on the Gulf Standard Time and the Southeast Asia timetable. By studying on any of our universal timetables students can access a British education from our UK qualified teachers, on a schedule that suits them.

What makes us different

At King’s InterHigh, students can get the very best sixth form education in a state-of-the-art online school environment. With over 19 years of expertise in online education, King’s InterHigh brings families quality learning they can trust. All of our teachers are UK and internationally qualified, highly experienced in education, and trained in online learning. Their unwavering passion for teaching and seeing students succeed sets them apart even further.

Guidance for the future

We’re here to guide you to any ambition you’re aspiring to. From independent learning to teamwork and leadership, you’ll build skills that universities and employers seek. Each year, numerous King’s InterHigh graduates go on to top universities, coveted apprenticeships, and more.

How we teach

Join live lessons and work towards your A Levels or IB Diploma from anywhere in the world. We teach lessons live and interactive for the best learning experience, but students have the flexibility to catch up using lesson recordings whenever they need to.

How we teach

Student life at King’s InterHigh

Outside of lessons, our students make friends through co-curricular clubs and build bonds through our global community events. Plus, with school trips, summer camps, and local meetups, you can connect with King’s InterHigh friends in person too.

Student life
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What's next?

Join our school at any time

Enrol today, and join lessons within days!

King’s InterHigh is open for enrolment all year round. We kickstart each student’s online learning experience with a welcoming induction process to make the transition smooth.