Our College boasts a diverse community of over 1700 students from Foundation to Year 12, supported by 205 exceptional and caring staff members.
Together we represent over 40 different cultures, fostering a strong multicultural ethos that encourages community collaboration to make a positive impact on our students. Our rigorous curriculum aligns with the highest educational standards of both Victoria and Australia, making our college a beacon of excellence in education.
ICOM News & Events
On 2nd December 2022, an unforgettable event unfolded at the Lakeside Banquet and Convention Centre as proud friends and family gathered to celebrate the graduating class of 2022 – the year 6 students bidding farewell to their primary school years.
The atmosphere was filled with excitement as the young graduates, adorned in their elegant gowns, sashes, and mortarboard hats, prepared to embrace this milestone. The evening commenced with a touching recitation of the Quran, setting the tone for a night of reflection and appreciation.
We are thrilled to announce a remarkable achievement by our talented year 9 and 10 girls who triumphed on August 9th in the Bachar Houli Cup. The girl’s dedication, teamwork and sheer determination led them to a well-deserved victory. Their performance on the field showcased not only their athletic abilities but also their passion for the game.
Congratulations to the girls for showcasing the power of hard work and teamwork in achieving success on the AFL stage!
Friday the 4th of August ICOM hosted its annual Careers expo 2023.
It was a fantastic opportunity for our talented students from years 9-12 to dive into the world of possibilities and explore their future pathways. With representatives from various universities and experts from diverse fields, our students had the chance to engage in meaningful conversations and gain valuable insights into their potential career journeys.
In celebration of Reading, we held our annual Primary Literacy Week between the 19th – 22nd of June. Throughout the week, students were treated to a diverse range of activities that kept them thoroughly entertained; activities ranging from multiple storytelling sessions during recess and lunch, Interactive sessions, book stalls, cake and donut stalls, there was never a dull moment in the College.
Primary SRC students also had a stall selling books that were donated by students in order to buy new ones to donate to local childcares to nurture a love for reading from a young age.
To mark the beginning of Hajj Week at ICOM, our Secondary cohort rallied together during a very special assembly last Wednesday.
The assembly consisted of insightful Hajj talks, reminders as well as Arabic Poetry presented by Year 10 student, Muhtadi Kamereldin. This special assembly was hosted by ICOM College Captains, Imran Hussien and Sumaiyya Baloch.
The Islamic College of Melbourne recently held its Annual Quran Awards Night, celebrating all of our students across Primary & Secondary Schools who memorise, recite & excel at their Quranic studies.
It was an evening like no other, with performances and celebrations rivalling many of our other large-scale events. All of our super-star students and dedicated teaching staff & parents in attendance made this special ceremony truly incredible.
On Friday the 28th of April, we celebrated one of the most anticipated and exciting days of the year, our annual EID Festival!
Marking the end of Ramadan and the start to Term 2, the college was turned into a thrilling, action-packed theme park, bringing both our Primary and Secondary schools together to celebrate Eid the ICOM way.
Teachers and students shared the day, with smiles from ear to ear, bellies full of delicious food and great memories created, that will be remembered for years to come!
At ICOM’s Annual Multicultural Day, we saw culture come alive, as we celebrated all our rich differences with acceptance and unity.
It was incredible to see our students representing both their traditional cultures and chosen Wonder Countries – Greece, Egypt, Turkey, Iraq, Mexico, China and Jordan.
The day started off with a College assembly, that brought together our Primary and Secondary Schools.