Our campuses

Spread around multiple locations across NSW, each of our four beautiful campuses celebrates a unique connection to place, purpose and practice as together we walk the path to knowledge, guided by the light of Islam.

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A thriving community

The Beaumont Hills campus is a thriving school located in the Hills district that attracts hundreds of new enrolments each year. The campus has a connected community of local parents, students, and staff, and offers a range of curricula, extra-curricular, and religious activities to enhance students’ learning and development.


Enhancing learning and development

The Hoxton Park campus attracts hundreds of new enrolments each year and is growing in size. Our Hoxton park campus has recently undergone an expansion, which includes the addition of a state-of-the-art science lab, library, revamped classrooms, and a cafeteria-style canteen. Additionally, students can enjoy the new playground and basketball courts during recess, before and after school. The campus has a strong focuses on sport and recreational activities, and values the involvement of physical activity in our learning experience.


A place to pray, learn and grow together

Greenacre campus, the birthplace of Malek Fahd Islamic School, has a rich history of engagement with the community. From hosting Ramadan iftar to participating in local events and fundraisers, the campus is committed to promoting the teachings, values of Islam amongst the student body as well as the wider community. The month of Ramadan holds a special significance for Greenacre campus as it serves as a gathering point where students, teachers and parents come together to pray and celebrate. The surrounding area of Greenacre is a tight-knit neighborhood with ample amenities that cater to individuals and families. As part of the school, there is also a prayer hall on campus, which serves as an essential place of worship and gathering. Overall, Greenacre campus is a lively and inviting space that is deeply connected to its locality and committed to upholding the principles of Islam.