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Star in our Class of 2022 video

We need your help as a talent scout!

Schools are invited to send us still images that we can include in our popular end-of-year video celebrating the achievements of the Class of 2022.

What we need

 What we want are visually interesting images that feature Year 12 students enjoying their SACE experience. This year we are not accepting any video clip submissions.

Suggested images might include students:

  • In the Lab – students conducting science experiments
  • In the field – agriculture
  • In the community
  • In the Library
  • Student performance – music, drama, dance
  • Art or design classes
  • Zoom or Teams class meetings
  • Sports action shots
  • Together interacting socially at school
  • School formals or assemblies
  • VET placement 
  • Group classroom shots.

Technical requirements

Technical specifications for the photos are:

  • Include name of school in image file name
  • High quality images - minimum size 1MB
  • Landscape orientation preferred
  • Do not compress the image.
Can I submit through email?
No, this year we are only accepting submissions via our Google Drive. View instructions

How we will use the video

The completed feel-good video will be the highlight of the SACE results release promotions in December and will be shared on SACE Board’s website, YouTube channel and social media. 

Permissions needed

Each school is responsible for ensuring that the images supplied have students/parent permissions to be used for external marketing purposes.

Deadline

Please submit your images via Google Drive by Friday 14 October 2022.

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Previous videos

Check out our previous end-of year videos.

2021

2020

2019

2018

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Upload files to Google Drive

  1. Go to SACE Board Google Drive End-of-year video contributions folder
  2. At the top left, click New  >  File Upload
  3. Select the image file you want to upload > click open
  4. Or, drag them into the Google Drive folder
  5. If you do not have permission to upload images, make sure you are signed in to Google.