Australian Islamic College (previously named the Muslim Community School) was established in February 1986 in Western Australia. The College is now Western Australia’s largest and longest running Islamic school with over 2700 students and 275 staff across three campuses in Dianella, Kewdale and Thornlie.
The Australian Islamic College Perth has taken over the college, to save it from imminent closure, and named it Australian Islamic College Adelaide. AIC Adelaide commenced its operation on 22 July 2017.
The mission of our college is to provide a high quality academic program in a dynamic Islamic environment. 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.
We strive to prepare our students to succeed as lifelong learners who are constructive members of the Australian society whilst still proud of their Islamic heritage and identity.
We aim to set high standards at the college. We are doing everything possible to prepare our students academically and intellectually for their future lives. We are establishing a strong partnership between the school, home and community and this partnership has worked extremely well in educating the children.
I sincerely hope that you will enjoy the virtual tour of the college and the chance to sample the facilities which are available to our students at AIC.