SACE stands for South Australian Certificate of Education.  The SACE is an internationally recognised qualification that paves the way for young people to move from school to work or further training and study.

Students complete the SACE over two years of full-time study, which most students spread over three years.  There are two stages:

Stage 1 – Students undertake in Year 11 apart from the Personal Learning Plan in Year 10

Stage 2 – Students undertake in Year 12 apart from the Research Project in Year 11

Each successfully completed Stage 1 and Stage 2 subject or course earns ‘credits’ towards the SACE, with a minimum of 200 credits required for students to achieve the SACE.

For more information see video below

Assessment in the SACE may take the form of written tests, oral presentations, journal writing, practical experiments, student participation, self-evaluation