The Adelaide Hills Vocational College is part of Mount Barker High School and is located on the Mount Barker TAFE campus. Students enrolled in the College must be a minimum of 16 years old. Students complete SACE through programs that are adapted to meet individual needs. The College commenced in 2004.
The YES program at Port Augusta Secondary School is based upon the idea that there are many ways and places that learning can occur and that mainstream education is not for everyone. YES provides the opportunity for students who have not been successful in the traditional classroom to complete their education. YES has ongoing flexible enrolments and a personalised learning
The Accelerate class was launched mid-2019. A process invites students to undergo an application process to be selected for the work-skills focused, vertically grouped class. Students from Years 8-10 can participate in this class. All core lessons are delivered by one teacher, with an inquiry / project-based curriculum. Students participating in the class must have a clear direction for a
Our Flex program evolves each year, depending on end or year reviews, staffing and student need. Flex can / has / will include some or all of the following elements, depending on need: • Targeted literacy and numeracy in the mornings, sometimes with TA support • Life skills – driving, mental health, resumes, financial literacy, employability skills, tax file number,
YPEP is an inclusive education program that engages and retains pregnant and parenting students to obtain a Year 12 qualification, a Certificate 2 industry qualification and pathways plan to smoothly transition to further education, training or employment. YPEP Learning Hubs are founded on a collaborative partnership between key stakeholders in the SE Region to offer an evolving integrated model of
Inventorium is a self-paced, negotiated SACE option offered through Open Access College. It is fully online and students are allocated a single tutor for the whole program. The program is inquiry based and covers a range of SACE options through the completion of ‘Courage Quest’ projects which require the students to engage with communities of their choice to make an