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Principal's Tour

Northern Adelaide Senior College is excited to offer Principal’s Tours of the campus. Guests will have a unique opportunity to meet with and hear from students and our Principal, Ms Anne Sim, as well as receive a guided tour of the campus.

  • Friday, 5 November 2021
  • 11:00 am
  • 2 Woodford Road, Elizabeth

If there isn’t a principal’s tour scheduled, we’re happy to meet with you one-on-one to give you a tour.

Who we Are

Northern Adelaide Senior College (formerly PWAC) is a proud and innovative College offering supportive year 11 -13 adult re-entry education. The College offers a diverse and rich curriculum that provides our students a seamless progression towards further study or into a career.

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    "Being out of school, I thought it was going to be really bad for me because I had a bad past in schooling. Since I’ve been here for the last two years I've had nothing but good experiences. Teachers are very polite and they do help you when you do need it. Overall, I’ve had a really great experience here. I’m happy about that."

    _Jake-Hayden V.,

    "I think the NASC community here is really welcoming with an inclusive vibe going on. Everyone is so open to communicating with people. I have really severe social anxiety and I feel like I’ve really blossomed at this school because it’s so easy to make connections with people. So many people can benefit from a school like this. This is a really good school."

    _Jasmine V.,

    "I chose NASC because it’s a great environment. At most places you don’t get as much help, but here everyone's all on board. You're helped by students, teachers - no matter what - you’re getting help from somebody. It’s amazing! We’re like a family here. It’s great!"

    _Jessica D.,

    "NASC has been fantastic. This year has probably been the hardest year of my life with personal obstacles and NASC’s ability to be prepared to support their students for what life throws at them, has given me a huge respect for what people do here. As a result, it has gotten me to push harder and I know for a fact that for some of my friends here, it’s gotten them to push harder as well because they know that NASC cares for them, as a person and as an individual."

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