SACE & Senior Students

The South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE) is the qualification awarded to students in South Australia when they complete their secondary studies.

Students in South Australia, since 2010, are being educated under the ‘New’ SACE.

The specifics of the SACE, including accreditation of subjects, administration, and recognition of student achievement, are the responsibility of the SACE Board of South Australia.

Read on for some articles relevant to senior students in South Australia.

School Post: The New Work Order Report


School Post: Choosing Science

The New Work Order Report - SAASSO School Post Term 4, 2015

Summary of ‘The New Work Order: Ensuring young Australians
have skills and experience for jobs for the future, not the past’.

The significant decline in the number of high school students enrolling in senior physics, chemistry and biology.

School Post: The State of Science

School Post: Student Study Stress

Fact Sheet: Child Work Hours


Page updated: 22/03/16