The Australian Islamic College is an Islamic school which is spread across three campuses in the Perth metropolitan area with around 2000 students. The school was founded in 1986 by Abdullah Magar, with only 50 students. In 2006, it had 2000 students, and over 250 staff, spread over three campuses: Kewdale, Thornlie and Dianella.
The school was established with the aim of providing the best quality of academic education based on a framework of Islamic ethos and values. With a modest network of only 2 teachers and 50 students, the College has grown from strength to strength with approximately 2000 students and just over 250 teachers and supporting staff in 2004.
The Thornlie College of the Australian Islamic College opened in 1990 with its Technological Center being developed in 1994. Our first northern College was established in Dianella in 1996 and a new extended building on the school ground was opened in March 2003 to accommodate for the increasing number of primary students.
Our most recent addition has been the Kewdale College, which was purchased in 2000 to cater for the increasing number of high school students. The College offers Kindergarten through to year 12.
Added on June 12, 2008 and last updated 11 years ago