Catholic Education South Australia

Your SACE Journey

SACE Subject Changes Summary

The SACE Board has approved outline changes to SACE subjects in response to COVID-19.

ATAR and University Aggregate

Understanding the ATAR Calculation  and calculating the university aggregate - relevant to South Australia and the Northern Territory.

SACE Coordinators

Access to information about supporting teachers and students, forms and information sheets, recognised learning, VET and special provisions. 

SACE Information for Parents

Parents can learn about the SACE and ask questions via the Studying the SACE Tab on the SACE Board website. Information includes building 200 credits, the value of SACE, subject information, VET and Recognised Learning, exams, results, understanding special provisions, help and support available, contact options, events and latest announcements.

SACE and Covid-19

Stay up-to-date with how the SACE Board is supporting students, schools and teachers during the COVID-19 pandemic, including their latest communications and resources as they become available here.

Confirmed Adjustments that can be made due to COVID

After consultation with subject specialists, the SACE Board has approved a round of adjustments focussed on relieving some of the pressure of the evolving challenges of COVID-19 without compromising the SACE that students will receive in 2022. See information for each subject at the above link.

For individual students, Special Provisions enable teachers to make adjustments according to individual student's circumstances.

Vocational Education

Resources to Support Vocational Education

Resources that can be used for Vocational Education, Workplace Learning and associated subjects.

Career Information for Students

CESA website for Vocational Education and Careers Information 

Resources to Support Work Placement

Resources that can be used for Vocational Education related work placements.

VET Pathways

Information about pathway for the VET courses to assist in research of career options.

Online Career Development Resources

This list of resources may assist schools with planning of online career development programs.


Myfuture is Australia’s National Career Information Service, providing career information for students, parents and teachers.

Religious Education

Scripture for teachers and relevant 3 worlds of the text questions

Wellbeing Activities

Wellbeing Activities

Wellbeing Teachers/Mentors use ice-breaker activities, particularly at the beginning of the year, to assist students to get to know one another. This collection is designed for use online and is particularly useful for Year 10-12 students.