Australian International Academy Kellyville (AIA) Sydney
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About Australian International Academy Kellyville (AIA)

Australian International Academy Kellyville (AIA) is located in the fast growing Hills region north- west of Sydney. This region is a unique combination of semi-rural farm-lets, older suburban homes and modern luxury residences adjacent to natural creeks and bushland. The area offers a variety of lifestyle options and is serviced by a Bus T-Way from the East and arterial roads from Northern and Western regions of Sydney.

The design of the Kellyville Campus compliments the surrounds and provides large, airy, naturally lit spaces for learning to flourish. The grounds are littered with native plants making the environment of the school both aesthetic and sustainable. Our campus opened in 2013 with 20 students from K-6. In 2016 school year we had over 300 students from K-10. The school currently has more than 420 enrolments and caters students from KG to Year 12. 

As a brand new school we offer outstanding facilities for our students across our primary and secondary schools on the one campus.

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6 Reviews of Australian International Academy Kellyville (AIA)

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Overall 2.50
Facilities 3.00
Academics 3.00
Teachers 3.00
Sports 2.50
Music & Arts 2.50
Science & Tech 3.00

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Parent, 04/09/2020 @ 04:28:53
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Music & Arts

If I could give it a negative mark I would have. This school should not be operating at all. It has nothing to do with Islam. It is academically below basic. There are no teaching, and that is from experience over the years. The problem is not in one teacher the problem is mainly in the office, management and coordination of the school. It is a family business. The principal and the coordinator don't do what is for the best interest of the child. There is zero support and there is heaps of psychological abuse. Kids as young as 5, 5 and 7 years old get called "Liar" "Thief" "Bad" and much more. You can't survive without private tutoring which the principal asks the parents to do all the time. Also their Arabic is so weak. Islamic Studies also are not that great. There are so many other decent Islamic school out there if you seek the Islamic environment, and if you really care for you kids send them somewhere else. It is so pathetic that one of their office teams actually put a positive review here to push it a little up. It is a very bad school that is sadly counted under the Islamic group.

Parent, 02/09/2020 @ 14:06:19
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Music & Arts

Amazing school so far, My son comes everyday with a new Islamic and ethics values which makes me relieved that there's another hands help me to raise him up on our religion. Academic I'm really happy with his progress. Great environment and very hard-working teachers.

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Joanne kheir, 3 months ago

Best school ever...

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lost my way, 2 weeks ago

Honestly, turn around. Australian International Academy isn't the right school for your child. If you want high academic achievements and a great learning environment, this school isn't the right choice. Sorry. I have attended this school for a while, before my parents finally decided that this school was utterly useless. I wasn't the only one who left due to the falling academic standards, a lot of my friends left this school too. AIA is constantly losing students, to tell you the truth. And the fees are unecessarily high. The study materials are absolute garbage, and the school leeches off families by demanding high amounts of money. Just the absolute facts. I understand if you want your child to grow up in a religious environment, but I recommend that you search for another school. Not this one. Your child won't benefit from learning here, and I'm saying this out of my experience and my peers' experience whilst going here. So do yourself a favour, and search for another school.

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abdul james, in the last week

Not Such a good place to study but religiously this school is great.

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DriftingAddict1, 3 months ago

Don't enrol your children hear. Trust me.

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