The History of Islamic Cultural College Form Six
The Islamic Cultural College Form Six was established in 2005 following the request of the government to almost all colleges to promote the “Form Six College project”. For its launching, the college started with an average of 150 students at Rabita Hall. In 2006, the college was gifted with a brand new building at Vallee Des Pretres in an enchanting atmosphere suited for learning. Today, we have more than 30 classes along with 10 specialist rooms like the computer room, the art rooms, the chemistry, physics and biology laboratories, the food and nutrition, dress and textile laboratories, the design and technology workshop, the audio visual room and our nice and interesting library. The academy also comprises of standard sports facilities such as a football pitch, volleyball and handball pitches and last but not least our sophisticated gymnasium. The college can accommodate more than 600 students and is also used as an examination centre by the MES.
The Way Forward
As a Form Six college, we have the responsibility to ensure a smooth transition for our students from secondary education to the tertiary level. We have made provision to live up to this mission at all levels.
At the pedagogical level, our educators attempt to use teaching methods that instigate students to become independent learners. Research work, presentation in front of peers and project-based assignments are integrated in the knowledge transmission process.
At the administrative level, our management of student behavior focuses on communication and introspection. An attempt is always made to lead youngsters to understand their own motives and encourage them to reflect on the quality of their decisions. Positive behavior is prioritized.