In the State, Al-Faisal College ranked 23rd overall.
1st in Arabic Continuers
1st in Mathematics Extension 1
1st in Mathematics Extension 2
3rd in Mathematics Standard 1
3rd in Mathematics Standard 2
Executive Principal's Message
Assalam Alaykum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuh
Al-Faisal College is an independent co-educational school where opportunities for learning are equally valued for boys and girls from Kindergarten to Year 12 (K-12). The College was established in 1998 and although our school is fairly young, it has grown remarkably from its humble beginnings. We have worked hard to provide our students with the best and latest technology, interesting teaching and learning programs and pastoral care.
Our main goal is to work towards our students becoming responsible, productive and contributing members of the Australian society.
Al-Faisal College provides high quality education, which fosters the students’ spiritual, moral, social, physical and intellectual development and leadership. Students are taught mandatory subjects required by the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) and given the opportunity to learn the Arabic Language and Islamic Culture. The sole purpose in teaching children Islamic Culture is to instill in them God – Consciousness, that is the awareness that they are being observed by God at
all times. Our highly qualified and dedicated teachers and
staff are our greatest assets. We work together with the
parents as a team to provide the best possible environment
in which our students will work to their full potential.
Al-Faisal College strives for academic excellence and
every student is encouraged to achieve his/her best.
Mrs. Safia Khan Hassanein
Al-Faisal Colleges (Auburn, Campbelltown, Liverpool, Lakemba)
We are very proud of the results of our Year 12 students who undertook the HSC examinations last year.
Al-Faisal College ranked 26th. in the State in the HSC. I applaud and acknowledge the hard work and effort of all staff members and executives who contributed to our students’ success.
Our students have decided to continue to further their studies at tertiary level, gaining entry into the best universities in NSW. Congratulations to our graduating class!
Within this website you will learn that Al-Faisal College offers education to students from Kindergarten age to Year 12. You will discover that we are one of the largest Schools in Australia with unique links to the Islamic sector.
At Al-Faisal College you will find a school with warmth, values and an integrity which has caused it to become one of Australia's most respected schools.
I hope that the new generations to come, will be better equipped with knowledge, skills and wisdom in order to contribute to the prosperity of Australia.
Mrs Safia Khan Hassanein
Executive Principal of Al-Faisal Colleges
ANZAC Day Commemoration Assembly
Iftar Dinner with The NSW Premier The Hon. Gladys Berejiklian
Al-Faisal College hosted 2 graduation dinners at the Westella Renaissance to celebrate and mark the end of schooling for the Year 12 students Class of 2020.
On Tuesday 20th April 2021, Al-Faisal College, held an ANZAC Day Commemoration Assembly. The school captains Imaan Atia and Mohamad Zreika welcomed the students on behalf of Mr Shafiq Khan, co-founder and Managing Director of Al-Faisal Colleges, Mrs Ghazwa Adra Khan, co-founder and Executive Principal, Dr Intaj Ali, Director of Education and Mrs. S. Khan Hassanein, Co-Executive Principal.
On Tuesday 20th April, the Managing Director Mr Shafiq Khan, Co-Executive Principal Mrs S. Khan Hassanein, Dr Al-Nakeeb and the two school captains Imaan Atia and Mohamad Zreika attended the Premier’s Iftar Diner at the Bankwest Stadium in Parramatta along with the other school captains and Heads from Al-Faisal College – Campbelltown and Al-Faisal College – Liverpool schools.
Meeting The Hon. Geoffrey Lee
Eid celebrations at Gallipoli Home & Respite Centre
Our students had the privilege of meeting the Minister for Skills and Tertiary Education, and Minister for Sport, Multiculturalism, Seniors and Veterans, The Hon. Geoffrey Lee.
Every year, since 2014, Al-Faisal College has been participating in the Respect, Understanding and Acceptance (RUA) workshop held by the NSW Jewish Board of Deputies. This is a great opportunity for our students to meed year 9 students from other schools with different faith, culture and religion. The students get along with comfort and ease, they all participate in a number of group and pair activities.
As part of promoting good will and charity, Al-Faisal College students visited the Gallipoli Home & Respite Centre. Students had the chance to share stories, make Eid cards and gift the elderly with an Eid gift.
We were delighted to welcome Year 12 students from Coffs Harbour Christian Community School to build bridges and strengthen ties. Students had an opportunity to learn more about the cultural customs and rituals, discuss similarities and differences between each religion and understand the importance of acceptance. Al-Faisal College students from the Hospitality class prepared an amazing lunch and students from both schools had an opportunity to speak about what a typical day at each school looked like and commonalities shared.
Kindergarten Graduation Day marks the conclusion of the first year of schooling for our Kindergarten students before they progress onto Stage 1, Year 1. Students celebrate their Graduation Ceremony by wearing a beautiful Royal Blue Graduation Gown and hats. They also move the tassel of their hats to the side once they have officially graduated.
Over 100 students from Years 3-6 will have an opportunity to spend the day at Macquarie University as part of STEM week to investigate different aspects and elements of gears/planes/chemistry.
$15,000 donation to the Country Women's Association
Recognition of 20 Year services to Mr Shafiq Khan & Mrs Ghazwa Adra Khan & Academic Education Award for Dr Intaj Ali
Vatican Delegation: Interreligious
delegation visits Al-Faisal College
Over the past two terms all the Al-Faisal campuses have organised fund raising drives such as pizza days, Abaya days and the most recent and unique "Come dressed as a farmer day". Teachers, students and the School Board have given generously raising a total of $15000 which was presented to the State President and Vice President of the Country Women’s Association (CWA) during the Assembly. Ms Annette Turner, State President of the CWA, addressed the assembly and said that the donation will go to the CWA, Disaster Relief Fund which gives 100% of all monies directly to family farmers affected by the drought. The CWA is in touch with families who are struggling and they assist by paying for basic necessities such as groceries, electricity bills and children's needs.
During the Year 12 Graduation Day, The School Captains presented Mr Shafiq Khan co-founder and Managing Director and Mrs Ghazwa Adra Khan co-founder and Executive Principal of Al-Faisal College with plaques in recognition of their 20 year establishment, commitment and service to the community. Dr Intaj Ali, Director of Education was also presented with a plaque for his outstanding commitment to education and raising the school bar.
Al-Faisal College, Auburn, hosted the delegates from the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, from the Vatican. The delegates included His Excellency Bishop Miguel Ángel Ayuso Guixot MCCJ, Monsgnor Indunil Kodithuwakku, Monsgnor Santiago Michael as well as Father Markus Solo SVD. Accompanying the delegation were His Excellency Archbishop Christopher Prowse, Ms. Louise Zavone, Sr. Giovanni Farquer and Members of the Archdiocesan Commission for Interfaith an Ecumenical Relations. The aim of the visit was for the delegates to gain a first-hand understanding of the Muslim Community within Sydney, and further strengthen relations between the Archdiocese and the College.
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