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Scientific Studies

Students develop their knowledge of scientific principles and concepts, the ability to use that knowledge to identify questions, issues, opportunities and challenges, and the capacity to acquire new knowledge through their own investigations.

They develop the skills and abilities to explain scientific phenomena, and to draw evidence-based conclusions from the investigation of science-related issues. In this way, students develop scientific knowledge and skills to support them in their future career pathways, including those that are science-related, and everyday life in a world shaped by science and technology.

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Subject codes

Stage 1
Credits Code
10 1SCF10
20 1SCF20
Stage 2
Credits Code
10 2SCF10
20 2SCF20

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  • Everyone

    Renewed Stage 1 and Stage 2 Scientific Studies will be taught for the first time in 2019.

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  • Everyone

    A review into the Stage 2 requirements of the SACE, initiated by the Minister for Education, the Hon. John Gardner MP, is now open for public submissions. The review is being led by Ms Wendy Johnson, Principal at Glenunga International High School and will be undertaken in partnership with the SACE Board.

    Please provide your submission via an online survey by 17 August 2018.

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    Stage 2

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