The Board of AICS today held an Iftar and dinner in hounour of the teachers, staff and their families. All of them attended the Iftar and dinner and celebrated the blessings of Ramadhan and thanked Allah for His favours.
As part of celebrating the Holy month of Ramadhan a seminar on Zakat, which is one of the five basic tenets of Islam, was held at the Hall. A representative from Zakat Foundation provided a detailed discourse on matters related to Zakat to our high school students.
Today is the first day of the Holy month of Ramadhan, 1439 Al Hijrah. To observe piety and bring us closer to Allah, AICS has laucnched a Sadaqah (charity) campaign “A dollar a day” aiming to donate around $30,000 to those who are less fortunate.
Sudents of years 3, 5, 7 and 9 are appearing for NAPLAN tests which starts today and will end on Thursday 17/May/2018. We wish them all success and may they do proud to AICS, Insha Allah.
Second term of 2018 starts today. Today is staff’s professional development day. Students commence the term tomorrow Tuesday 01/May/2018.
AICS students remembered and recounted the important Islamic event of Laylat Al Israa Wal Miraj, or The Night of Ascension, of our beloved Prohphetﷺ. As it was also the last day of the first term, 2018, students clean-up their classroom and environment in preparation for the coming term.
AICS part take in Harmony Day to celebrate the cohesive and multicultural society of Australia. Today our students will express their Harmony Day celebration by wearing an orange item on their head. Year 5 will also visit Masada Collge in this regards.
National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence was brought to fore at AICS today. Led by the Deputy Principal Mr. Warne, all staff were reminded of the necessity to report and act upon any complaint no matter how small and be aware of its impact on the victims.
Cleanup Australia Day was observered at AICS. Students participated entusiastically in activities that cleanup the internals and the peripheral areas of the college.
First school day of the year 2018. Welcome back to our students !
Last school day of the year 2017. Summer vacation starts.
Graduation ceremonies for High School was held in the Hall at Australian Islamic College of Sydney, Mount Druitt campus today. Members of the Board, the Principal, teachers and parents & families attended the ceremonies. Congratulations to the students for their hardwork!
Dr. Mufti Yasir Nadeem (Director Darul Uloom online and Shaykul Hadith, USA) delivered a short lecture on the life of our Holy Prophet ﷺ for the benefit of the High School students of AICS on Wednesday 6th December 2017 in Rooty Hill Masjid. To read more click here.
Graduation ceremonies for Kindergarten and year 6 were held in the Hall at Australian Islamic College of Sydney, Mount Druitt campus, on Tuesday 5th and Wednesday 6th of December, 2017, respectively. Parents and families attended the ceremonies. Congratulations to the students and parent on this occasion!
The 20th Anniversary of Australian Islamic College of Sydney was held at Mount Druitt campus Hall on Friday 17th of November, 2017. About 300 teachers, parents, staff, ex-staff, students and ex-students & families, community leaders and dignitatories attended and graced the occasion. A dinner was served in honour of all those who attended.
The Australian Islamic College of Sydney will be conducting the Validation of Assessment for Learning & Individual Development (VALID) test for Year 8 students on Thursday, 9 November 2017. To read more click here.
Final exams for the year 2017 commences today, Monday 30/10/2017, at AICS for all classes. It will last till end of the week Friday 3/11/2017.
Insha Allah, the 20th Anniversary of AICS will be held at The Hall, AICS, Mount Druitt campus at 6:00 pm. All invitees are requested to please RVSP to email@example.com by 3rd November, 2017.
NSW HSC exams starts at The Hall, AICS, Mount Druitt campus from today and will continue till 6th November. Teachers and staff wishes all our students with the best of duaas and best of luck. May you succeed with flying colours.
The Principal has announced that all students must meet the minimum standard of literacy and numeracy to be eligible for the HSC credential in Year 12. This pre-qualifying is part of a broader NSW Government strategy to boost student literacy and numeracy across the state. To read the imporant annoucement please click here.