- Melbourne Secondary Campus
- King Khalid Primary Campus
- Caroline Springs Campus
- Sydney Strathfield Campus
- Abu Dhabi Campus
Our SRC students will participate in the inclusive Communities Youth Summit which will be held a the NSW Parliment...
Term 1 – 30th January 2017 to 6th April 2017 Term 2 – 26th April to 23rd June 2017 Term 3 –...
Parent /Teacher Interviews will take place on Friday 7th April. Appointments are by interview only, if you require...
Congratulations to our students. Their generosity to the leukemia Foundation has raised almost $2500.00. A...
Term 1 - 6th April 2017 to 26th April 2017 Term 2 - 26th June 2017 to 14th July 2017 Term 3 - 25th September 2017...
Our Year 10 boys are on a spritual journey to complete UMRAH 2017. They will be away for 3 weeks, during this time...
To develop graduates who are well prepared and self motivated to advanced Australia and to participate effectively as world citizens with Muslim values.
Welcome to the website of the Australian International Academy (AIA). We are an independent registered co-educational school governed by a professional Board and Academy Trust.
Founded originally in 1983, in the Melbourne suburb of Coburg, and named after its patron, our King Khalid Islamic College became the first full-time Islamic School in Australia. A commitment to excellence has seen the Academy experience phenomenal growth since then and our school now boasts a total of three campuses in Melbourne, two campuses in Sydney and an international campus in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Whilst we are not a selective school, all our campuses promote the highest achievement in both academics and spiritual life. Our curriculum provides children with a strong sense of community and values through the incorporation of an international education and religious studies.
Whilst the Australian International Academy is not a selective school we do follow a new enrolment evaluation procedure to ensure the suitability of students and families for entry to our school.
The suitability of students is evaluated after careful consideration of three levels of assessment.
The Australian International Academy offers a number of full and half scholarships to primary students as well as high school students. These scholarships are designed to encourage and acknowledge excellence in Academic achievement, Quran Recitation and Memorization and Sports achievement.
The International Baccalaureate (IB) aims to develop inquiring, and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect. The IB offers high quality programmes of international education to a worldwide community of schools.