What is Student Wellbeing?
Established in 2011, the Islamic College of Melbourne has grown from 97 students to over 1,100 in 2018.
The Islamic College of Melbourne is a college of quality education, providing a positive learning environment with a rich emphasis on Literacy, Numeracy, Science, Humanities, Art, ICT, PE & Health, Arabic, Quran and Islamic Studies.
Our vision is to ensure excellence in both academic and Islamic development with continuous progress to produce a new generation of Muslims who are committed Australians.
Our School’s academic enterprise is organised into primary and secondary schools.
ICOM Secondary School offers students a wide variety of subjects through VCE, for students in Year 11-12 to focus on their careers and interests.
Search with our A to Z subject guide.
From study strategies to planning for grad school or beyond, find the resources you need to succeed at Secondary School.
- Semester start and end dates, holidays
- Bear Facts
- Graduate Division
- Research at Our School
- Textbooks: Cal Student Store