Important Certificate Update

Dear Educators,

SCEE has been conducting a thorough review of the certificate process and standard over the past 3 years. Download this letter outlining the small but significant changes that will be occurring as of July 1st 2016. If you have any queries or require further information, please email:  or call the SCEE office.
We are praying that your year continues to go from strength to strength as you labour in the field of Biblical education.
Kind regards,
The Certificates Team


Certificate information has been uploaded to the Certificates page, you will need to register as a user to gain access to the downloads.

Revised Order Forms Now Available

We have just updated our order forms which you should use when placing new orders. Please discard any old copies you may have. New products are now featured more prominently via highlighting. In particular, we wish to draw your attention to the completely revised Grammar course available in its entirety. The Order Forms require a username and password to download. If you do not know what these are, please email the SCEE Office. We will forward you the appropriate information. Please also remember that we encourage use of our webstore for order placement. The webstore is the quickest way to place orders.

Forms can be downloaded from: Catalogues and Order Forms Page

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SCEE Connect Vol 1 no 1

Cover of the SCEE Connect Magazine Vol 1 no 1

SCEE Connect Vol1 no1

Catch the Vision!

Mr Slabbert Pretorius M.D.

We are working to establish SCEE as a one stop educational movement based on a Reaching, Redeeming, Restoring and Reforming ministry. Evangelism and discipleship through education and encouragement will be at the forefront of all our activities. We want to support every church and educational institution that is a part of this movement to be as effective as they can be.

My Journey to University

Lucy Brearley A.C.E. Graduate

I decided to not take the SAT test or any other form of tertiary entrance test as I wanted to prove that it could be done. My justification was that I had worked just as hard as anyone at school. I had stressed just as much as anyone studying at school, and therefore my form of education should count just as much as anyone studying at school.