Prospectus Al Falaah College
The phenomenal growth of Muslim schools
globally is indicative of the fact that the
specific needs of our learners can only be
realised through a curriculum that recognizes
that Allah is the centre of the universe and
that we have a purpose that is noble and one
that transcends the material.
We need to recognize that the world that we
are living in is both dynamic and challenging.
The youth can easily be seduced by the
glitter of this world and thus forget that we are
the vicegerents of Allah on this earth.
ourselves and our beloved learners to follow
the eloquent example of Nabi (SAW), the
highest of Allah’s creation. The Qur’an and
the basis of our
It gives me immense pleasure to introduce
you to Al Falaah College. We have no doubt
that your children will benefit immeasurably
from Al Falaah’s holistic education system.
After all, we have a unified purpose and we
relish this partnership with you, the devoted
Mr EH Khamissa
“The (Al Falaah) Trust, in order to fulfil its obligations, has established a model College and promoted
the founding of several similar schools in both South Africa and beyond its boundaries.”
Late Abul Hasan Ali Nadvi
In 1984, a group of concerned Muslims united
to establish an Islamically-based independent
school. Their aim was to create an opportunity
for parents to equip their children with an
excellent academic education, together with
religious, cultural and moral teachings.
In 1985 Ahmedia School was established in
Bellair Road, Cato Manor, Durban. The
phenomenal growth of the school necessitated
the separation of the Primary and High Schools
in 1997, when, under the name of Lockhat
Islamia College, the High School moved to
Umbilo Road, Durban.
By the Favour of the Almighty and His
Assistance, the College relocated