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Aboriginal student Blayne O’Loughlin has found the flexibility of the SACE has helped him pursue his AFL football dream and thrive in his studies.
Learning remotely for two months due to COVID-19 hasn’t stopped David Olijnyk from succeeding in his SACE.
A global pandemic was not going to stop regional student Georgia McCleery from continuing her learning in the final year of her SACE.
The challenges of COVID-19 are nothing compared with the dangers that Ilhal Abdullahi faced in a Kenyan refugee camp.
Student leader Jessica Bottcher overcame the combined challenges of a serious illness and COVID-19 to complete her SACE.
Regional student Kailem Dahmes has successfully rode the COVID-19 rollercoaster during the final year of his SACE.
The flexibility of the SACE has allowed Kirilly Pendergrast to take the perfect flight to her dream job – working with injured birds-of-prey at a native Australian wildlife education centre.
Boarding student Leticia Robertson has seen the inside of many of Australia’s major airports during her travels home through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Meenakshi Pramod Nair did not let COVID-19 dampen her spirits during the final year of SACE.
School captain Michael Trezise Donald has not let the distractions of COVID-19 get in the way of completing his SACE.
Determined Saalik Kalaniya was not going to let COVID-19 get in his way of pursuing his medicine dream.
Learning remotely with poor internet connection during a global pandemic in rural South Australia is going to be challenging for any SACE student.
A global pandemic was not going to stop Oscar Puz from following his passion in the SACE.
Falling pregnant during a global pandemic while trying to complete Year 12 is a tough proposition for any student.
Jamestown Community School student Zoe Wells channelled her passion for baking – by baking delicious gift packs for older residents living alone during the COVID-19 lockdown.