History, Mission and Vision

History

The Australian Islamic College (previously named the Muslim Community School) opened its doors in February 1986. Our visionary founder Haji Abdallah Magar recognised that there was no faith based educational institution catering for Muslim student and fearing that their rich heritage, both cultural and religious, would be lost he established the first Islamic School in Western Australia with a modest network of 50 students and 3 teachers.

The Australian Islamic College is now Western Australia’s largest and longest running Islamic school with over 3000 students and approximately 300 staff across three campuses in Dianella, Kewdale and Thornlie.

In 2017 the College also established a new school in Adelaide, SA.

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Australian Islamic College Adelaide

Mission

Islamic Values and Academic Excellence for
Success in this Life and the Hereafter

Vision

Our goal is for our 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.

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