How does the SACE work?
The SACE is made up of two parts: Stage 1 (which most students do in Year 11) and Stage 2 (which most students do in the Year 12).
Students need to get 200 credits to achieve the SACE, through a mixture of compulsory and free-choice subjects and courses.
Students work will be assessed using an 'A to E' grading system in Year 11 and an 'A+ to E-' grading system in Year 12. These systems are supported by rigorous quality assurance processes.
To be awarded the certificate, you will need to achieve a C grade or better for the compulsory Stage 1 subjects - the Personal Learning Plan and English and Mathematics subjuects. You will also need to achieve a C - grade or better in 60 credits of Stage 2 subjects including 10 credits for the Research Project.
Senior secondary students learn through a combination of Open Access, eLearning and face-to-face delivery models.
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