To promote broad awareness of Islam for Muslim students studying in Pre-K to 12th grade, by emphasizing upon Islamic teachings, fundamentals, ideologies and legacy. To this end, to use a comprehensive syllabus, carefully selected textbooks, and knowledgeable instructors to intellectually stimulate the students to grow up as responsible, committed Muslim citizens living in the West, and help them make Islam as a way of life.
Our staffs are volunteers drawn from various fields, countries and backgrounds. They all have good to above average Islamic knowledge. They have good people skills. Special emphasis is given to make sure the teachers communicate well in English.
Admission is open any student, male or female, who resides in the US, irrespective of their immigration status. Since the main medium of instruction is English, the ability of students to understand and communicate in English is important. Students are placed in a grade commensurate with their regular school grade. Any exception to this provision will be considered only on exigent basis.
All classes are co-educational. Boys and girls sit on different rows of the class, but not necessarily boys behind the girls or girls behind the boys. In kindergarten or lower level classes, teacher determines if they can co-mingle in the class during learning activities. At this time, there will not be any gifted child program in the school. Placement of a student in Arabic Reading class may not follow the regular school grades. Regardless of age of a student, based on the proficiency in Arabic reading, he or she may be placed at a higher or lower grade. The Principal in consultation with the class teacher will make the decision about such placement. If needed such placement will be reviewed and approved by the School Board.
The school will follow a systematic, comprehensive curriculum, developed by Weekend Learning Publishers another with other publishers. The objective of the curriculum is to provide a broad understanding of all aspects of Islam as envisaged in the Mission Statement. The teachers, students and parents will know the curriculum – thus, everybody will know what is being taught and what to expect from students at each grade and collectively, from the entire program. The teachers will carefully follow the curriculum.