Al-Ameen College is committed to maintaining the positive heritage that has been developed over so many years. As a school community we strive to be the very best in ensuring that every student is a successful student, and every teacher is an effective teacher. We want all our students to leave Al-Ameen College being well prepared for their future, equipped to prosper economically, to be happy and secure in themselves, and ready to contribute to their community.

All staff members are committed to helping students reach their full potential through the ongoing development of a differentiated curriculum that caters for the needs of individuals as well as groups of students. Our Behaviour Management policy and the strategies we employ to teach, manage and engage students ensures that the learning environment is safe and welcoming, and that students are suitably challenged. The support structures put in place to assist staff in doing the important work of improving student outcomes is flexible and responsive ensuring that they can approach their work with confidence, enthusiasm and commitment.

Student progress is our goal and one which we take very seriously. All staff at Al-Ameen College are accountable for the progress of our students and for their performance as administrators, teachers and support staff. At Al-Ameen College we believe that parent support is critical if students are to reach their full potential. For this reason, we actively promote our school in the wider community and encourage parent input into how our school operates.

From K – Year 12, the curriculum is delivered in ways that integrate learning across the eight key learning areas which are: The Arts, English, Health & Physical Education, Languages Other Than English (LOTE), Mathematics, Science, Humanities and Social Sciences (HASS) and Technology and Enterprise.