VCE Co-ordinator

Updated December 2019

First of all, I would like to thank the Al Siraat family for the warm welcome that I received since commencing my role as the VCE Coordinator. I was humbled by my appointment to this position and have enjoyed my early days in this role immensely. I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself. In the past, I have been appointed the Careers Adviser for our Senior Years cohert and took various management positions in different schools

I have noticed that the school culture is built on positive relationships between staff, students and parents and on a culture of high expectations and achievement, enabling students to reach their full potential. My goal here is to provide my students, in my year levels, a challenging, tolerant and supportive environment, a trusted space where students can be themselves, love learning and aspire to academic excellence. I also strongly believe that education is the balance of academic success and moral values. Therefore, I strive to provide a balanced education that encompasses ‘academic excellence’ on one hand, and ‘moral and ethical values’ on the other. As the Head of Senior Years, my ultimate goal is to provide the best possible opportunities for our students proudly achieving their personal best.

My door is always open to my students and their parents. Let’s work together to turn the most important transition time in students’ lives into a good and productive life experience. Your children are our children. Let us build their future together.

  • Aseel Tebeileh

    VCE Co-ordinator Careers Advisor Humanities (Secondary) Phone 03 9407 7000 Email Aseel

    Bachelor of Business (Management) Monash University, Graduate Diploma in Education (Secondary) University of New England.

    Commencing her role as the Senior Year’s Co-ordinator and Careers Adviser at Al Siraat College, Ms Aseel is driven and passionate about mentoring and guiding students to realise and achieve their potential. She strives to create a nurturing and caring environment for all students and is a strong advocate of applying restorative practices in building positive student relationships.

    Ms Aseel’s role also includes guiding students in making an informed decision about future pathways and careers.

    Aseel Tebeileh