A record 15,175 Year 12 students have completed their South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE) this year, the board has revealed. You can read more about that here.
The South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE) is a qualification that demonstrates you have acquired a certain level of knowledge and skills important to your job, study and training goals. You’ll be awarded the SACE if you successfully complete requirements that include a range of skills and subjects you may study at school or may have acquired through other education, training or experience.
As you study the SACE, you’ll gain valuable literacy, numeracy, critical thinking and problem-solving skills, while gaining knowledge about the specific subjects you choose. The SACE also helps you learn how to work with and alongside others, and to understand how your decisions can affect people, situations and the world. These capabilities are essential to your future education, training and careers, and your role as an active and informed citizen.
The SACE is a two-stage certificate. Most people study Stage 1 in Year 11 and Stage 2 in Year 12. To learn more about how the SACE works, please go here.
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