Library and ICT
Our school library is to enhance students’ learning whilst they complete their study here at Northern Adelaide Senior College.
Our library is a learning hub for staff and students and our welcoming, relaxed space aims to facilitate teaching and learning by making sure intellectual and physical access to print and digital resources.
Our fiction and non-fiction resources (in a wide range of formats) support the curriculum and some recreational activities.
Students and staff have access to such resources as online databases, e-books, board games, electronics and digital videos available via our catalogue.
Our head librarian is Lisa Southon: Lisa.Southon116@schools.sa.edu.au.
View our library catalogue to see the resources available.
Library opening hours
The library is open 8.30am to 4.00pm weekdays during school terms.
It’s also open during mid-term breaks depending on librarian availability.
Students can access the library before school to borrow laptops and for printing. Laptops must be returned by 3.00pm on weekdays.
Students are encouraged to have their school ID card for borrowing and printing purposes.
Photocopying, printing and scanning
Students are allocated $5 printing credit when they enrol at NASC and increments every term they are enrolled. Across campus students can access the follow-me printers.
We offer free crèche facilities to provide a safe, caring and happy learning environment for children aged 1 week to 4 years. Crèche runs during class times and parents are asked to supply nappies and food for their children.
Students must book crèche care in advance to secure a place.
Contact the crèche
Food and hospitality kitchen
Northern Adelaide Senior College food and hospitality kitchen is a cutting-edge culinary hub designed to inspire and educate budding chefs.
Boasting a range of advanced features, this kitchen is equipped with top-of-the-line appliances, including commercial-grade stoves, ovens, and specialized cooking stations.
Its spacious layout encourages collaboration and creativity, fostering a dynamic learning environment. Students receive guidance from qualified teachers, hands-on experience with professional-grade tools, all while enhancing their culinary skills and preparing them for promising careers in the food and hospitality industry.
Northern Adelaide Senior College’s state-of-the-art science labs are at the forefront of scientific education, providing students with an immersive learning experience.
These cutting-edge facilities are equipped with advanced technology, including specialized lab equipment, microscopes, and interactive displays for biology, physics and chemistry.
Academy of Game, Film and Animation
Northern Adelaide Senior College’s Academy of Game, Film and Animation is equipped with high-performance gaming PCs, consoles, and virtual reality setups, fostering an immersive gaming and learning experience for students.
The suite also boasts professional-grade broadcasting equipment, enabling students to explore the world of media production, event management, live streaming, and content creation.
With green screens, advanced editing software, and soundproofing, this space facilitates the development of gaming skills and multimedia expertise.
Northern Adelaide Senior College’s music hub is a haven for aspiring musicians and audio engineers, offering a modern space for musical exploration.
Our music hub is equipped with professional-grade recording studios, soundproof rooms, and an array of musical instruments, providing students with the tools to bring their musical aspirations to life.
The suite also features advanced audio editing software, mixing consoles, and acoustically treated spaces, ensuring high-quality sound production.