Student Leadership

The Australian Islamic College Student Leadership Team is a group of highly competent student representatives elected by the students. These student leaders develop innovative, feedback-centered approaches that promotes the wellbeing of their peers in each cohort by facilitating open communication with the management of the college. They have been at the forefront of organizing an array of interactive social events throughout the academic year to ensure their peers enjoy their time and make lifelong memories. An example of this is the Eid Festival that was initiated in 2020, a regular event now, to combat the low morale of Muslims in all communities due to COVID-19 restrictions; the students enjoyed a full day of sports, Halal food trucks, henna art painting, photo booths, gaming rooms, and movies, all under the supervision of their instructors. Other events include a partnership with Human Appeal Australia wherein students participated in the Ramadhan Food Drive and collected food for families affected by Covid-19. Our students also celebrate Harmony Day and Anti Bullying Week as well. World Teachers Day is another celebration held to express gratitude for our hardworking teachers. Along with this, our students participate in interschool competitions and games.

We provide students with a supportive learning environment that develops leadership skills through character-based learning opportunities. Our student leaders work cooperatively to achieve set goals, inspire their peers, and promote a culture of school pride and belonging.

The leadership opportunities include:

  • Student Representative Council (SRC)

  • House Captains and Vice Captains
  • Organising school events

  • Addressing school assemblies

  • Fundraising projects
  • Volunteering

Our Student Leadership Team is about strong, exemplary leadership. Their aim is to advocate for the voices of the dynamic generation of young Australian Muslims.

The Student Representative Council (SRC) is a student-based group designed to foster school spirit and leadership among students. We elect members of SRC each year to maintain a fresh approach and a strong student voice within the school. Members are leaders who create and nurture constructive ideas within the school community.

Why SRC?

Student Representative Councils represent students’ interests and needs in various ways. We believe that students have the right to be consulted and have their voices heard about decisions that affect them. We believe that the students should be given opportunities to develop their leadership potential and get a chance to collaborate with each other and the wider community. This is why we wholeheartedly support this and will continue to do so.

ICAS Competitions

We also encourage our students to participate in external programs and competitions, such as the ICAS Competition and Spelling Bee.

Clubs

We offer a range of clubs for students, providing opportunities for them to engage beyond the classroom. We have the following clubs as of now:

  • Drama
  • Coding
  • Knitting

  • Woodwork
  • Cooking
  • Photography
  • Soccer

  • STEM
  • Health and Fitness

  • Archery

  • Basketball
  • Table Tennis