South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE)
Students have the opportunity to complete their Modified SACE at Adelaide East Education Centre. Students are offered a Modified SACE curriculum structure that best meets their learning needs and the requirements of the SACE Board of SA. The Modified SACE Curriculum enables students with a range of physical, cognitive and sensory disabilities to demonstrate their learning in a range of subjects.
Requirements of SACE
There are two stages of the SACE:
- Stage 1, which usually begins in Year 10 with the Personal Learning Plan, and continues through Year 11.
- Stage 2, which is usually undertaken in Year 12.
Each subject or course that is successfully completed earns ‘credits’ towards the SACE. To qualify for the SACE students must: complete a minimum of 200 credits which are gained over 3-4 years.
All students at Adelaide East Education Centre access a SACE curriculum that is developmentally appropriate and personally challenging.
Please note that Adelaide East Education Centre provides a Modified SACE program. This does NOT attract an ATAR (Australian Tertiary Admission Rank) and cannot be used to enter University.