SACE Curriculum is delivered at EJEHS across a range of learning programs. This includes subject pathways which encompass from middle schools, through to Stage 1 and 2 levels.

Curriculum offerings prepare students for further study or work, within their chosen pathway. Curriculum at EJEHS is based on aligning the offerings from the SACE, to the flexibility of student interest areas. It is also tailored and individualised to the pathway aspirations of each student. Vocational Education and Training (VET) is undertaken by some students as part of their curriculum, to gain the required subject knowledge, certification and SACE credits to continue within their field of interest.

Subjects delivered include Stage 1 and 2 SACE subjects, across a wide range of learning area disciplines. In addition to our wide range of offerings, we are part of the Eyre Peninsula local delivery group, meaning that if a student wishes to study a subject not offered at a particular school, we can deliver this to them through digital means.

We work in partnership with Whyalla schools through the Whyalla Secondary Alliance to deliver a range of subjects cross-site, including: Drama and Music at SACE level.

Specialist Programs are available for student application, including: South Australian Aboriginal Sports Training Academy (SAASTA), Whyalla Alliance Sports Program (WASP) and Industry Pathways Program (IPP). These programs contribute towards a SACE achievement and can support an ATAR pathway.

EJEHS has a comprehensive Curriculum Guide that outlines all curriculum choices that EJEHS have to offer students.  This also outlines the pathways of subjects across Stage 1, 2 and beyond.

The Curriculum Guide can be downloaded here:

2019 Curriculum Guide

A copy of the Extension Request Form can be downloaded here:

Extension Request Form

For a  guide to the type of subjects that can be done in Year 11 and 12 to support identified pathways, please download the Subject Recommendation Booklet.

2018 EJEHS Subject Recommendations Booklet

A flow chart of the possible pathways can be downloaded here:

2018 Pathways Poster