Australian Islamic College Adelaide
The Australian Islamic College Adelaide is an independent school and a member of the South Australian Association of Independent Schools. The Australian Islamic College Adelaide commenced its operation on 22 June 2017. The college is fully registered with Education Standards Board in South Australia to provide education from Kindergarten to Year 12.
Assalamu'Alaikum wa Rahmatullahi WabarakatuhDear Parents and guardiansAlhamdulillah, I am pleased to inform you that Australian Islamic College Adelaide has been granted the Commonwealth Funding from the Australian Government. A BIG CELEBRATION awaits us when the new year commences.I would also like to thank you for your continued support and patience with our school. It has been a successful term with our wonderful teachers putting in the effort to ensure the students received an excellent education. We are looking forward to a fantastic start to the school year in 2018!Alhamdulillah, we have been receiving new enrollments since we commenced our operations. We are very happy to include many more new students, in our school community. In shaa Allah, an exciting year awaits us, filled with learning, activities, sporting events, camps and much more.Now I encourage all parents to spread this exciting news with Muslim community using all possible avenues like Social Media (emails, Facebook, WhatsApp), Word of Mouth etc and promote AIC for new enrollments as soon as possible.A special thanks go to our parents who have worked tirelessly in fundraising events this year. We appreciate your efforts and may Allah reward you. We look forward to working with you again in the new year.I will be here at AIC Adelaide from Monday 11 December till Thursday 14 December 2017 in shaa Allah. Kindly be informed that Br Neyaz will not be at the school in the last week of this term as he has planned to perform Umrah.For those who have not re-enrolled and would like to receive the early bird discount on the school fees, make sure to make fees payment for 2018 before 15 December 2017. We will commence re-enrolment process for 2018 on Monday 11 December 2017. All parents are required to clear their outstanding school and bus fees for 2017 prior to re-enrolment. You will be required to pay the deposit of $200 for each child. The amount is non-refundable and will be applied to reduce the 2018 school fee charges. The re-enrolment form needs to be completed and submitted to school by Friday 22 December 2017. You also need to pay Resources Levy of $200 for each Primary child and $300 for each High School child. This will ensure that we have all the textbooks and other stationery available for your children at start of 2018 academic year.Please note the last day for students this year will be Friday 15 December 2017 and school will recommence on Monday 29 January 2018. During the school holidays, the school office will remain open for re-enrollments and new enrollments. As usual, uniforms can be purchased at the front office.I wish you all a safe and enjoyable break. May Allah swt protect you all and allow us to meet in the new year.Please do not hesitate to contact the school if you have any further queriesRegards,Abdullah KhanExecutive PrincipalAustralian Islamic CollegesPerth & Adelaide
Our goal is for our Muslim youth to aspire towards excellence in both character and education. We want our students to encounter new educational experiences that will serve their future aspirations whilst maintaining a balance between academic pursuits and Islamic values
Welcome to the Australian Islamic College (Adelaide). AIC is always striving for excellence in Islamic character and education and this has made Australian Islamic College, a unique institution for Muslims in South Australia. Read More
At the Australian Islamic College Adelaide we have a curriculum linked to strong Values Education programs. Program Achieve's Keys to Success are displayed in classrooms and integrated into curriculum across our Kindergarten to Year 12 classrooms.
The students took part in various events and enjoyed the day thoroughly.
Year 10 Boys investigating elastic potential energy of various rubber bands.
Year 9 Boys using red cabbage leaves as an indicator of acids and bases.
This year for the Sounds of Light festival, five lucky girls from AIC Adelaide had the privilege to perform the Australian National Anthem in front of a crowded hall.
As parents are aware we initiated a project to create a pop up garden for the junior primary and primary students.
The Year 8s are working happily on their Egyptian sarcophagus art while the Year 9s are working on their perspective paintings.