At the Community Learning Centre, we focus on providing students with a realistic pathway to connect, engage and be inspired by their education.
We offer a flexible approach to learning through a range of individualised programs that assist students to complete SACE and access pathways to work or further study.
What is the Community Learning Centre?
The Community Learning Centre is an education institution, which support students, who aren’t effectively learning within their high school.
The Community Learning Centre is an extension of Northern Adelaide Senior College – an adult re-entry secondary school that helps students achieve their SACE. It operates in partnership with the Northern Adelaide State Secondary Schools Alliance (NASSSA).
What is the NASSSA?
The Northern Adelaide State Secondary Schools Alliance (NASSSA) is made up of 11 schools in northern Adelaide region and was formed to maximise the learning opportunities, career pathways, retention and educational outcomes for all associated students.
The primary focus of the alliance is to help all students successfully transition from school to employment, training or further education.
The schools that make up the alliance include:
- Craigmore High School
- Gawler & District College B-12
- Kaurna Plains School
- Mark Oliphant College
- Northern Adelaide Senior College
- Parafield Gardens High School
- Para Hills High School
- Paralowie R-12 School
- Playford International College
- Salisbury High School
- Salisbury East High School
Who is eligible to attend the Community Learning Centre?
To attend the Community Learning Centre, students must be referred by their Flexible Learning Options (FLO) coordinator or case manager.
Students are generally school aged between 15 – 21 years old.
The Community Learning Centre accepts students which are both part of the NASSSA, as well as from other South Australian high schools. Please contact us for further details.