EXCITING: Leah Forrest said she was nervous and excited to learn what her SACE results were.
YEAR 12 students from around Eastern Eyre Peninsula will be breathing a sigh of relief today as they get their long-awaited results.
Students will be able to access their results online and will also receive a copy in the mail.
South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE) board chief executive Dr Neil McGoran said results coming in the post were loaded in to Australia Post trucks on Wednesday for delivery today.
Eligible students will also receive a second envelope containing a Tertiary Entrance Statement from the South Australian Tertiary Admissions Centre with information about their TAFE SA Selection Score and Australian Tertiary Admission Rank.
“Achieving the SACE signals the end of the high school journey for many students, but it is also the beginning of a new world of career and study opportunities for our state’s young people,” he said.
Cleve student Leah Forrest said she was looking forward to getting her results and hoped her hard work throughout the year would be reflected.
“Yeah I am a bit nervous and scared, mixed emotions really,” she said.
Miss Forrest, who studied Biology, Child Studies, Physical Education and English throughout the year said she applied to university to study speech pathology or nutrition and dietetics.
“It will be a good feeling to have to have the year finished off,” she said.
She said while she enjoyed Year 12, it was a challenging year and required some hard work.
“It was tough and exhausting sometimes but hopefully it will all be worth it.”
Dr McGoran said while SACE results were an exciting time it was important students remembered there were plenty of options for school leavers.
“For those that did not achieve their personal goals, there are always other options available.”
Students will be able to access their results via the SACE Board website at www.sace.sa.edu.au today.
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