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MOUNT HIRA COLLEGE


The mission of this college is to inspire and encourage life-long learning in each student by catering for their social, emotional, academic and spiritual needs within a positive, safe, caring and supportive learning environment. Founded in Keysborough in 2000, Mount Hira College helps children to develop confidence and pride in their Islamic identity. Mount Hira College is committed to raising upstanding and responsible citizens of tomorrow who will hold universal values and become positive, productive members of Australian society.

Facilities: This relatively new school boasts modern classrooms including ICT and art rooms and state-of-the-art science facilities. Students have use of a full-size gymnasium and stage, soccer field, basketball court and adventure playground all situated on the college’s expanse of grounds. A new administration centre is also in the process of being built.

Curriculum: Mount Hira College teaches all subjects according to the VELS/National Curriculum. LOTE includes Turkish and Arabic and religious education focuses on Islamic studies.

Sport: Students at primary level participate in swimming lessons and those in Grade 4 to 6 are involved in the interschool sports program. This continues for students in secondary school. Mount Hira also hosts an annual athletics carnival and cross-country running events.

Student welfare programs: A school counsellor is available to students while classroom aids support those students with special needs. Individual learning plans are also available to some students.

Religion Islamic
Type Independent
Day/boarding Day and Boarding
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 1 - Year 12
Enrolment
Fees: Less than 4k
$1500 primary level to $2000 secondary level plus a $300 building fund
Phone
03 9709******* 03 9709 0100
Fax
03 9709******* 03 9709 0133
Address 185 Perry Road, Keysborough 3173
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