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Australian International Islamic College focuses on supporting students as they develop into confident and creative learners of today, ready to meet the challenges of tomorrow.
Adolescence is a time of significant cognitive, emotional, physical and social change. To support our students through this period of growth, our teachers build upon the foundations of Primary College and support each child in adapting to the new environment of Secondary College.
In Year 7, students study a broad range of subjects as they progress through to Year 10. Student learning follows the Australian curriculum, continuing the inquiry approach from their Primary years. They develop subject-specific skills and make links across and between subject areas. We encourage innovative thinking in all learning areas and encourage skills in creativity, design thinking, problem-solving and reflection.
Students in Year 7 and 8 Study the following core subjects:
Students in Year 9 and 10 Study the following core subjects:
Our Senior Secondary College provides students with a multitude of engaging learning programs and environments that encourage them to reach their individual potential and prepare them for life beyond college.
Students in the Senior Secondary College choose different pathways as they prepare for life and academic challenges. Our holistic approach to education balances academics and personal well-being with an extensive range of co-curricular activities.
Academic courses encourage increasing personal responsibility for learning with teaching methods complementing and enhancing each student’s unique abilities and interests.
Students, guided by our dedicated guidance counsellor in our College, choose a variety of pathways to help them achieve and prepare for life after college. Pathways include the new QCE system, Overall Position (OP) to achieve entrance to university courses, Selection Rank for tertiary entrance equivalence, Vocational Education and Training Certificates (VET).
This flexibility and a variety of academic and vocational course options opens up exciting career prospects for each student.
Students in Year 12, 2019 study six subjects from the following options:
Select six subjects (one from each row) including English and Mathematics