Enrolling at NASC

Our teachers and support staff will help you achieve your academic and personal goals.

We’ll help you every step of the way, from enrolment right through to graduation day. Our enrolment counsellors assist each and every student attending Northern Adelaide Senior College (NASC). They work with students to create a study plan that suits their individual circumstances, interests, goals and personal needs.


Who is eligible to study at NASC?

To be eligible to enrol, please read our enrolment policy (PDF) for more information.

Make an appointment with our enrolment counsellors to discuss further by calling (08) 7285 1600.

Enrolment checklist

Enrolling at NASC is very simple. Our enrolment counsellors will walk you through the necessary steps.

This checklist includes everything you need to know in preparation for your enrolment meeting.

  1. Make an appointment with an enrolment counsellor by calling (08) 7285 1600 or filling out the enquiry form (PDF).
  2. Bring 100 points of proof of identification to prove your date of birth and address, such as a:
    • Birth certificate (70 points)
    • Driver’s licence (40 points)
    • Proof of Age card (25 points)
    • Centrelink card (40 points).

If you’re over 18 and haven’t been enrolled in a school for 6 months or more, you’ll need to apply for a Working with Children Check (WWCC). This application will be completed at your enrolment interview – please do not get any other clearances as they cannot be accepted.

  1. Other items to bring to your enrolment meeting include:
    • Medicare card
    • photo ID
    • Centrelink Health Care card (you may be eligible for a School Card which will assist with fees)
    • passport, visa or other travel documents (for overseas students only)
    • reports from any previous studies
    • any relevant assessments related to supporting your learning such as OT, Speech Pathology or Educational Psychology Reports
    • certificates with accompanying competencies for any Vocational Training (these may give you accreditation towards your SACE)
    • a copy of your current Working with Children Check (if you have one)
    • a list of your emergency contacts.

Check out the subjects we offer and start thinking about what interests you.

Enrolling in ENGAGE subjects

Students attending ENGAGE classes adhere to all NASC policies and procedures, and have access to participate in student life on campus.

NASC partners with the community organisation Mission Australia to provide tailored and individual intervention and support for students through assertive case management.

By working to minimise and remove barriers preventing student participation, they support students with their journey to reengage in learning and establish and achieve their goals.

As a well-known, established and large community services organisation, Mission Australia provide the expertise and know-how to ensure students are connected to all relevant community supports and to build student capability to achieve their goals.

View an evaluation of Mission Australia’s FLO program (PDF) written by Adelaide University.

Please contact us for further details.