Minaret College was established in 1992 to provide a safe environment for young Muslim Australians. Its goal is to help them grow up as confident, upright, productive members of Australian society. Minaret College graduates and students are great examples of how it is possible to be true to your identity as both a Muslim Australian and an Australian Muslim.
Minaret College was established in 2001 and has been able to provide a high-quality Australian academic program that integrates Islamic knowledge and practice. Their VCE students have a 100% success rate, which has seen many graduates go on to study at the best universities in the country.
Their students have not only excelled academically, but they also have made positive contributions to society through the positive values that were taught to them at Minaret College.
Minaret College was founded to promote peace and understanding. It pioneered respectful interfaith dialogue and activities with other schools. Minaret College also demonstrated its commitment towards the maintenance of peaceful societies through cooperation and understanding, upholding both the Declaration of Faith Based Schools Charter and the Islamic Schools Charter.
Minaret College aims to instill the principles of mercy, custodianship and care of the earth in its students. They emphasize sustainability in their curriculum and provide many opportunities for students to get involved in community projects that improve the environment. The school aims to instill respect for Aboriginal culture and heritage by providing opportunities for students to learn from the wisdom of the first peoples. The school’s rich ethnic diversity makes it an example of Australian multiculturalism. Students can also learn about the world around them.