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SACE Merit Ceremony

8 & 9 February 2023

The outstanding academic achievements of South Australia's Year 12 students are recognised every year at the SACE Merit Ceremony.

The event has been held annually since 1989 and is hosted by the Governor of South Australia at Government House.

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  • Teachers, Coordinators

    To support schools and students in 2023 with any potential pressures associated with COVID the SACE Board has approved adjustments for 2023.

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  • Teachers, Coordinators

    The Summary of subject outlines changes for 2023 is now available.

    Download Summary of subject outline changes for 2023 [PDF 272KB]

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  • Everyone

    The policy for recognition of VET in the SACE has been enhanced to recognise Skills Sets from nationally endorsed training packages. From May 2022 onwards, the SACE Board will be including Skill Sets in the VET Recognition Register and in Schools Online.

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  • Students

    Past students can apply for a replacement copy of their results.

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Congratulations, Class of 2022!

Celebrate the 14,571 students achieving their SACE. Take a minute to reflect on the achievements of the Class of 2022 in our celebration video.

Press play to view the video.

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2023 subject adjustments

To support schools and students in 2023 with any potential pressures associated with COVID the SACE Board has approved adjustments for 2023.

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Strategic Plan
2020-2023

Our Strategic plan 2020-2023 outlines our vision and mission to shape education so that students thrive.

The SACE Board is connecting school leaders, educators, and students with dedicated SACE project teams to transform the SACE and achieve our vision of thriving learners.

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Resources for teachers

Teaching Stage 1 and Stage 2

All you need to know about teaching a Stage 1 or Stage 2 subject. Learn about subject outlines, performance standards and grades, learning and assessment plans, the quality assurance cycle, school assessment and moderation, external assessment, and more.

Marketing Showcase | The new VET Recognition Register

The new and improved

VET Recognition Register

Use the register to help students plan their future career and pathways to employment, traineeships and apprenticeships. The new and improved VET Recognition Register delivers on the State Government’s reform to strengthen the role of VET in the SACE, and is a key part of the SACE Board’s strategic vision to develop a connected qualification.

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Introducing...

Subject outlines online

We consulted with over 600 teachers, SACE coordinators, and school leaders to learn how we could best transform our document-based subject outlines to digital content.

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Achieving your SACE

How to build 200 credits

Here’s a short video on how the SACE works and how students can achieve the necessary requirements through subjects, VET and other recognised learning.

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  • SACE International

    SACE International is the international department of the SACE Board, and since the 1980s has been responsible for developing, growing, and maintaining SACE Board educational products and services outside of Australia. 

    The SACE is currently delivered through a growing network of accredited schools across ASIA.   

    To deliver the SACE outside of Australia please contact our international team for support and guidance. 

  • Prescient

    Prescient is the professional learning service of the SACE Board. We empower educators to drive the future of education by providing transformative professional learning across all sectors and levels of teaching. Using local, national and international expertise, we share ideas, problem-solve and empower teachers in their vital role as change agents.