Tresham College is under pressure to change its mind over plans to scrap A Levels.
The move comes after a drop in applicaitons in recent years.
All students that have already completed their AS Levels at the 6a Academy this summer will be counselled by the college to find alternative options to progress.
All school leavers who have applied to begin their A Level study at the college from September have been contacted and advised of the alternative school options or about alternative vocational provision offered by the college.
The issue’s been raised in Parliament this week by Kettering MP Philip Hollobone.
The government’s vowing to hold officials to their obligation to find alternative courses.