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2018 HSC Results

Excellent achievements in 2018 for the HSC students of Al Amanah College. The overall results across the Year 12 courses are an excellent indication of the senior students’ commitment to learning and their desire to succeed. The 2018 HSC results have been outstanding and have made the college and its community very proud. Al Amanah College has worked tirelessly throughout the 2018 academic year to maintain and improve students’ outcomes in all areas of schooling. Senior students of 2018 have been exemplary in carrying through the school’s values and ethos with pride as well as reinforcing the academic tradition of the school. The following students have achieved excellent results with some students achieving 90s in their ATARs; Banine Alfartose, Sakena Alwan, Zeinab Imtiaz, Firas Attieh, Firas El Hawat, Adam Hawchar, Israh Zahr, Maryam Amir, Talia Saad, Nour Sulaiman and Zahra Shwan. The HSC class will matriculate to university studies in 2019. All students have received offers of admission into their preferred courses in universities such as Business, Engineering, Computing, Law, Nursing, Sciences and various fields in Humanities such as teaching. It is also, pleasing to note that several students have received offers for double degree programs tenable in universities in 2019. HSC students have carefully examined their selection of courses for studies at university in line with the dynamic nature of the changing job market with respect to microeconomic reforms in the country. On a personal note, the Principal, Mr Alwan and staff of the college would like to express their warmest congratulations to the 2018 Year 12 graduates and their families and wish them well for all their future endeavours.
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Kindy- Year 5 End of Year Award Ceremony – 2018

Congratulations to all the primary students for completing the school year. The K-5 Presentation Day was held on Tuesday 11 December 2018. The formalities began with the MC, Mr Jamleoui introducing Ayah Nabilssi for a beautiful Qur’anic recitation of the Holy Qur’an. This was followed with the college principal, Mr Ayman Alwan, who delivered a speech emphasising on the school equipping the students with the true teaching and methodology of Islam in accordance to the rules of religion. This can be greatly attributed to the hard work and dedication of the Al Amanah College Arabic and Religion department which guides the students to a path of moderation free from extremism. Mr Ayman Alwan reflected on the 2018 academic year with the improvement in NAPLAN results an increase in class averages and the introduction of various technology and communication medians including Igloo, Moodle and Class Dojo to ensure a more effective collaboration between the school and the parents. A video was played which projected and showcased the school’s 20 years of achievements since its humble beginnings. This was proceeded with a religious lesson by Sheikh Mohamad Halabi. As part of the Award Ceremony, selected students from each class were chosen to receive an award for their hard work throughout the year. To end the ceremony, each grade presented a class performance.  The performances were fantastic. Our kindy and Year 3 performances were the highlight of the day.   Parent Awards- Certificate of Appreciation Kindy- Mrs Nesrene Karime, Mrs Lorraine Obeid, Mrs Dalal Kahil and Mrs Rana Masri Year 1- Mrs Mariam Ballout, Mrs Nadine El Darwich, Mr Wissam Adra, Mr Sayedul Islam Abrar, Mr Bilal Abdelaal, Mrs Wafa Hawchar and Mrs Amira Halbouni Year 2- Mrs Lisa Marie Rajab and Mrs Bariah Rifi Year 3- Mrs Amira Elchaar, Mrs Manal Mhimid…
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Year Six Graduation 2018

On Monday 10 December 2018. Year Six students attended their end of year graduation for the final time as primary students. The day was filled with excitement and there was not a dry eye in sight, with smiling faces from parents, teachers and family members who came together to celebrate this occasion. The formalities began with the MC Mr Jamleoui introducing Ahmad El Saj for a beautiful Qur’an recitation from the Holy Qur’an. This was followed with the College’s Head Principal; Mr Mohamad El Dana who delivered a speech emphasising on the school equipping the students with the true teaching and methodology of Islam in accordance to the rules of religion. This can be greatly attributed to the hard work and dedication of the Al Amanah College Religion and Arabic department which guides the students to a path of moderation free from extremism. Mr El Dana reflected on the 2018 academic year and congratulated the year 6 students on completing 7 years of their primary studies and wished them the best of luck in their secondary school. This was proceeded with a religious lesson by the school’s religious advisor Shaykh Ibrahim AlShafie who spoke about the importance of acquiring the Islamic knowledge from the right source such as Al Amanah College. In addition, he stressed on the importance of spending our time wisely and advised parents and students to seek the obligatory knowledge through joining the circles of knowledge by attending religious lessons during the school holidays. The School’s Religious Advisor Sheikh Ibrahim AlShafie congratulated the Year 6 students on their success in completing their journey spanning 7 years of schooling. The graduation ceremony continued with a selection of speeches from various staff members and year 6 graduates. A video was played which projected and showcased the school’s 20 years…
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Y10 Graduation Ceremony 2018

Al Amanah College held its year 10 graduation ceremony in the Grand Hall on Friday 30 November 2018. The presentation ceremony acknowledged the academic performance and achievements of the students throughout the year. It was a momentous occasion for Year 10 students today as they graduated after completing 11 years of school!! The years of hard work and effort finally paid off and students experienced immense relief in completing a daunting task. The School’s Head Principal Mr El Dana congratulated the Year 10 students on their success in completing their journey spanning 11 years of schooling. The occasion was blessed by the presence of the Chairman of Darulfatwa the Islamic High Council of Australia, Dr. Sheikh Salim Alwan Al-Hussainiy, he acknowledged and thanked all the stakeholders for their contribution towards the success of the school. He also advised the graduating students to continue to work hard and stay steadfast with their belief and the true knowledge of Islam that they have gained at the school. Thank you to all the parents who attended the ceremony. It was wonderful to see a large number of parents turn up for the event. The Liverpool Campus Principal Mr Alwan handed out all the awards thanking all recipients of special awards for their hard work and dedication. Al Amanah College community congratulate the following outstanding achievements of the students who have set benchmarks in various areas of learning and schooling: ADF: Houssam Jamous USYD: Danna Rajab Young Scientist Award: Nada Khaled and Danna Rajab History Competition Award: Ayah Saad and Danna Rajab South West Connect Award Nada Khaled Caltex Award: Elias Kahil Most Outstanding Students of Year 10: Danna Rajab and Bilal El Omari Principal Award: Danna Rajab, Bilal El Omari and Mariam Abdullah Achievement Awards: Nada Khaled, Numeer Imtiaz, Tia Saad and Mohamad…
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