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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21 Reviews of Australian International Academy Kellyville (AIA)
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This school is an absolute hotbed of negligence and incompetence My cousin attends this school and nearly lost her life due to incompetent, uneducated and unqualified staff that failed to give her the proper care when she suffered an anaphylactic attack. Instead they gaslit her and made a traumatic situation even worse. As for "Islamic" values I hear stories of kids vaping and child bringing alcohol into school grounds and getting minors drunk! I work with in child protection and paediatric care and they clearly not taken any of the necessary protective measures Absolute disgrace. Do NOT support this school .
Ok, so this school has the worst teachers I have ever seen. Some of them are nice, but overall, no. And the uniform rules are so strict! Who gives a heck if we wear black coloured socks? Or even a different jacket? And the Arabic teaching is so fast paced! Trust me, all they do is tell you words, expect you to memorise them, and then do tests! Worst school. Do not go to this <3
This school has been the worst experience I've ever had. I have been here for 2 years, the first year I was here my teachers were inconsistent in all subjects therefore making content hard to retain yet the head teachers still expected all students to get high marks on tests and exams, I had previously left a public school to enter into what I thought was a more academic based school with Islamic values. I was wrong. My old public school had more girls wearing the hijab outside of school then here and this school is an Islamic school. Students get into relationships with each other in the school!!! Which completely contradicts the point of a co-ed Islamic school. The students have no Islamic values, girls were finding ways to make there uniform tighter and wore the hijab loosely, they were rude and would backbite behind each others back any chance they got causing fights and arguments, the guys would often make inappropriate "jokes" and make sexist and racist comments completely going against what Islam signifies. Still in my first year here the students were arrogant and narcissistic, they all seemed to have come from wealth and didn't see money as a luxury as they have been used to it their whole life. Therefore having access to better materials such as MacBook's and not worrying about destroying uniform as they could "just buy more". My peers made comments about the fact I didn't have a higher brand laptop or the newest iPhone. During lockdown nobody completed homework or school work and wouldn't show up to the zoom meetings either. Often times classes would be scheduled but the zoom lesson wouldn't run because the teacher just wouldn't show up. Toward the end of my first year there was an incident where I was bullied and while obviously distressed I went into a toilet stall and proceeded to look up at the sight of the bullies looking over the stall. I felt vulnerable and unsafe and I worked myself up to the point of having a panic attack but I knew their was no teacher or person of authority I could go to as all teachers here are dismissive and lack caring nature towards the students so in my state I had to pretend to be sick in order to get picked up and taken home. When I went to my year coordinator they made me apologise to the bullies and told the bullies to apologise to me, they decided to believe a made up version of the story the bullies had created and dismissed the immense sadness I had explained I felt. They brushed it off even though bullying is something the school openly advocates against. I should've left after the first year yet my parents got sucked into another year of overly expensive fees and crappy education. This year (2022) being here my mental health issues were disregarded and I felt very alone and isolated to the rest of the school.
it wasn't that good, the only good thing was playing Roblox on the ipads, especially poppy playtime. I liked Mr Elis and Roblox was really the highlight of my day, I'd always ask if we had Ipad s just so I could play with my buddies, I had to leave to go to India but this school was overall ok.
This school is so bad! there are no facilities don't join! If you have joined then... LEAVE!
How do I start AIA Kellyville, the definition of jail. This school is a school you should never and I mean NEVER send your kids to unless you want to punish them, the bathrooms smell like a horror movie. The staff I am not even joking out of around 100 teachers and staff there is only 5 good ones. I remember coming to school and seeing a teacher spitting and screaming in a parents face!? and when the students told the k-6 behaviour manager on her, hoping she'd do something I was told that they were getting yelled at and apparently the teacher had all right to do it! How stupid, no one cares anymore the school is a mess, no joke I'd do anything to leave. The uniform is a rip off, the price parents are paying which is 14k a year????!!! 100% unacceptable, this piece of crap so called school belongs in hell. Rust on the stairs, bathroom doors broken, took them 2 months to decide to "fix" them. Honestly how stupid can a school get, the office staff aren't any better only one good office staff. I remember asking one of them if I can get help and she started screaming, she was sitting and chatting and started screaming like a crazy Karen like Jesus crist calm down Karen. ugh this school has so much stuff I can say about it but my language would be a bit too inappropriate for a review. This school is like a living hell and they call themselves a "civilised' islamic school, I regret every bit of this place, only thing I actually look forward to is seeing my ACTUALLY GOOD AND QUALIFIED TO BE A TEACHER teacher and my friends. Gosh how I hate this school, I regret waking up knowing I have to return to that hell. Honestly the end my fingers hurt ill come back with a even truer and entertaining review tomorrow. AIAK SUCKS .
There is only like 3 good teachers in the whole school and the rest are rude. they will bully your child trust me they are out to kill you. they murder your happiness and abuse you mentally, physically and spiritually. the academics are so baddd like sooooo bad they don't even have electives they only have like 3 which are only available from 11. were meant t do it in yr 9 ??? there is so sports. they make you do golf like were 70 year olds. it just breaks your back doesn't help it. there has been no music classes since 2020 because all the teachers left and they cant find any. the science and technology is not that bad its probably the best subject they give out at the school. there is no islamic values. doesn't matter if they put all the best sheikhs in the school the other teachers have no values themselves and they blame you for their own problems. the only Arabic word i have ever learnt in my life since kindergarten is "sayara" which means car. if u want your child to suffer then send them here. the bathroom doors were broken for 2 months straight and they didn't fix it for that whole time until afterwards. they did not even acknowledge it. they got one of the office ladies to write a great review to boost the school i am telling u now everything i said is not exaggerated AND I AM SO GLAD I LEFT.
My son has been going to AIA Kellyville since Kindy. Next year he will be starting high school. We are really satisfied with the school. Being an IB school, the kids get to experience lots of hands on activities, which will be useful in their practical life. The teachers and facilities are very helpful and understanding They know most of the kids by names. This could be a small thing for most, but for me, it makes a big difference. This means there is a connection between the teachers and students. The school environment is good. AIA Kellyville has a small community, where not only teachers, but parents and students look after each other. For the past 7 years, I have been really satisfied with the school. Hoping for best in the future too.
Australian International Academy Kellyville has more than poor education. Half the teachers are students parents. My sons did to learn anything for a whole year. They find the cheapest paying teachers
This school is amazing i don't appreciate the holiday homework but the canteen is great.
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Joanne kheir, 3 months ago
Best school ever...
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.
abdul james, in the last week
Not Such a good place to study but religiously this school is great.
DriftingAddict1, 3 months ago
Don't enrol your children hear. Trust me.