About AIC

Inspired By Excellence & Innovation

We offer a wide range of high-quality teaching and extra-curricular activities.

Our college community began in 1986 has seen many positive changes over the years. The teachers and staff strive to educate children in a positive way that brings about a greater awareness of the globalised world we live in. Teachers also aim at guiding students to employ knowledge in flexible and novel ways, to develop concepts that they can transfer from school, to understanding the world around them. Most of all we aim to guide students in developing lifelong intellectual pursuits and achieving success in learning.
Currently, curriculum is based on the South Australian Curriculum Framework, covering the eight learning areas of English, Mathematics, The Arts, Design and Technology, Studies of Society and Environment, Health and Physical Education and Science. Students also study Arabic as a language and learn about the Holy Quran in Quranic Studies and customs in Islamic Studies.
We are proud of our results in Year 12 which demonstrate a school community working together, that encourages students to become confident achieving individuals. As a National Curriculum is developed across Australia the Australian Islamic College Perth is preparing teachers, informing parents and supporting students with changes.
With new buildings being built over the last few years our college supports strong facilities, that enhances learning for all students. We aspire to prepare students emotionally and socially through our Values Education Program encouraging the ‘Nine Values for Australian Schooling’ and the four keys to success (Confidence, Organisation, Getting-Along and Persistence) across our school that aims to guide and support student’s values in an Australian / Islamic context. We invite you to look through our website and welcome any further questions on education at the Australian Islamic College Perth.

History of AIC

Cool Timeline

1986
September 6

1986 February– AIC (previously named Muslim Community School) opened its doors at Brisbane St, Perth with 50 children from 11 countries and 3 teachers. Rented Premises Abdallah Magar, Principal and Founder

1990
September 6

Thornlie campus opened K-Y12

1992
September 6

Thornlie Mosque/multipurpose building

1993
September 6

Thornlie extension to High School

1996
September 6

Dianella campus opened K-Y6

1998
September 6

Dianella Extensions to classrooms and Labs

2000
September 6

Kewdale campus opened K-Y12

2010
September 6

Kewdale – Mosque/multi purpose building and Library opened

2013
September 6

All Perth campuses amalgamated under Australian Islamic College Perth Inc

2016
September 6

30th Anniversary (celebration held Saturday 5 November 2016 at AIC Kewdale campus, with 1,400 guests in attendance). Mr Haji Abdallah Magar, founder of AIC, presented with a lifetime achievement award for his vision, dedication and commitment in establishing the largest Islamic school in Australia.

September 6

2,700 students across 3 Perth campuses

2017
September 6

June – Adelaide, SA campus opened (leased campus) with a role of approx. 320 students, now in 2021 559 students

2021
September 6

4000 students across 4 campuses from 58 ethnic backgrounds