Al Amanah College

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Al Amanah College is an Islamic private school with campuses in Bankstown and Liverpool. Al Amanah College is a project developed by the Islamic Charity Projects Association.[1] The school motto is 'Success Through Knowledge'.

Al Amanah College commenced its first year of its primary School on 2 February 1998. The Bankstown campus features a primary school, playground and mosque. The Liverpool campus features a primary school, high school and playgrounds. The Liverpool campus has over 200 students in both primary and secondary.

The school employs more than 100 staff members. The Principal of both campuses is Mohamad El Dana and the deputies are N. Mehio (Bankstown campus) and W. Saad (Liverpool Campus). The High School Coordinator A Alwan and his assistant L. Daboussi coordinate the operations at Liverpool.

History

The college was first established at Bankstown, where classes commenced with 88 students K-Yr3 in 1998 and from there the school grew rapidly. The Bankstown campus has now reached its maximum capacity with 288 (K-6) in 2011.In 2002 the College grew further through the opening of the Liverpool Campus with 168 students, where secondary classes commenced with Year 7 then expanded to year 12 in 2007. The Liverpool Campus is located in the heart of Liverpool City catering for K-12 with 600 primary and secondary students.[1]

References

  1. Jakubowicz, Andrew. Political Islam and the future of Australian multiculturalism Accessed 15 February 2015.

http://www.alamanah.nsw.edu.au/about-us/history/

http://www.alamanah.nsw.edu.au/about-us/vision-mission-and-motto/

http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/public-outrage-over-al-amanah-college-islamic-school-expansion-at-liverpool/story-fni0cx4q-1226814984619

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