Years 10-12 students study towards the South Australian Certificate of
Education (SACE). Students can choose to incorporate SACE studies with:
- a school based apprenticeship or traineeship
- an Industry Pathway Program
- flexible learning options through ICAN.
Students working towards the South Australian Certificate of Education study
SACE provides pathways to
further education with some subjects counting towards higher qualifications
offered through vocational
education and university.
School based apprenticeships and
Senior secondary students may incorporate a
school based apprenticeship or traineeship in their final two years of
schooling, whilst studying towards their SACE.
Industry Pathway Programs
Industry Pathway Programs enable students to combine secondary school
studies with vocational education and training (VET) to achieve a nationally
accredited vocational qualification and their SACE at the same time.
Flexible learning options - ICAN
ICAN is a community based education program for young people aged 12-19
years, who are more suited to flexible learning options than conventional
classroom learning. Students work towards their SACE as part of the ICAN
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SACE - South Australian Certificate of Education