Welcome to the Secondary Years at the Australian International Islamic College, where we are dedicated to fostering holistic development – molding character, intellect, and spiritual growth in our students, in accordance with our deeply-rooted Islamic values and traditions. Our secondary education seamlessly integrates Islamic principles with the Australian curriculum, ensuring our students are not only well-prepared academically but also spiritually enlightened and socially responsible, ready to lead and excel in an ever-evolving global landscape.
At the Australian International Islamic College (AIIC), our secondary education from Year 7 to Year 12 is dedicated to realizing our vision of “Excellence in education, character, and service” for the holistic development of each student. With a consistent curriculum across all campuses, we offer an array of engaging learning programs and environments. Our students follow the Australian curriculum for foundational knowledge and skills, complemented by a variety of pathways including the QCE system and ATAR for university entrance, as well as diverse Vocational Education and Training Certificates (VET). Guided by dedicated teachers and the VET department, these pathways prepare students for a range of future opportunities. This approach, integrating academic and vocational options with Islamic spiritual growth, ensures that our students are well-equipped to succeed in a rapidly changing world and make meaningful contributions to their families, society, and the global community.
Quran Reading: The program progresses from basic Arabic literacy to advanced Tajweed rules, tailored to meet diverse student proficiency levels.
Quran Memorisation: Focused on specific Surah memorization and Tafseer studies for each grade level, deepening the students’ connection to the Quran.
Islamic Curriculum: Covering comprehensive subjects such as Fiqh, Seerah, Aqeedah, Tafseer, Hadith, and Adaab, to ensure students have a thorough understanding of Islamic principles and their practical applications.
Language Skills: Arabic studies focus on developing reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills in the Arabic language. The curriculum is designed to cater to both native and non-native speakers, with a progression from basic to advanced language skills.
Cultural Understanding: Emphasis is placed on understanding the rich cultural heritage associated with the Arabic language, helping students to develop a deeper appreciation of the language and its significance in Islamic history and culture.
Mathematics: Essential mathematical concepts fostering analytical thinking and problem-solving skills.
Science: Comprehensive grounding in biology, chemistry, physics, and earth sciences, promoting scientific understanding and application.
Literacy and Communication: Developing advanced literacy skills, critical analysis, and effective communication.
Diverse Literary Studies: Engaging with a range of texts to broaden cultural understanding and literary appreciation.
Broad Curriculum: Covering subjects like History, Geography, Civics and Citizenship, Business, and Accounting to develop well-rounded, informed citizens.
Artistic Exploration: Encouraging students to express themselves through various artistic media and techniques, promoting creativity and cultural appreciation.
Physical Development: Focus on sports skills, fitness, and promoting a healthy lifestyle.
Holistic Well-being: Emphasizing the importance of physical, emotional, and mental health.
At AIIC we provide vocational pathways (VET) for senior students. Visit our VET page for more information.
This curriculum at AIIC ensures that our students from Year 7 to Year 12 are not only academically prepared for their future but also spiritually enlightened, socially responsible, and culturally aware. We aim to equip them with the skills and knowledge necessary to navigate the modern world with confidence, integrity, and a strong foundation in Islamic ethics and values.
You can find our Senior Handbook attached here