Our education aims to provide the environment for the total and balanced development of every student in every sphere of learning – spiritual, moral, imaginative, intellectual, cultural, aesthetic, emotional, and physical – directing all these aspects towards the attainment of a conscious relationship with Allah, the ultimate purpose of our life
Events held at a mosque (misjid) are significant in the Islamic community. Important events include Friday prayers, Eid prayers, and funeral services. Mosques serve as a gathering place for Muslims to come together in prayer, learn about their faith, and engage in acts of charity and service. The mosque is a central hub for the Muslim community, fostering a sense of unity, faith, and service.
Field trips to mosques (misjids) offer students a unique opportunity to learn about the Islamic faith and culture. They can experience the beauty of Islamic architecture, witness prayer, learn about traditions and beliefs, and dispel stereotypes. Mosque staff and volunteers can provide guided tours and answer questions. It is an excellent way to promote cultural understanding and diversity.
At a mosque (masjid), children can memorize Quranic verses with the help of teachers. Successful memorization is celebrated and promotes religious devotion in children. This practice instills a love for the Quran and fosters a deeper understanding of the Islamic faith.
Summer programs at a mosque (masjid) offer fun and educational activities for children, including Quranic studies, Arabic classes, and recreational activities. Children can learn about Islam, socialize with peers, and create a sense of community. These programs promote cultural and religious education in a safe and positive environment.
Programs at a mosque (masjid) offer continued learning opportunities for the Muslim community, including classes on Islam, Quranic studies, and other topics. These programs promote lifelong learning, foster personal and spiritual growth, and provide a supportive community for adults seeking to deepen their connection to their faith.
Summer presentations at a mosque (masjid) cover various topics of interest to the community and offer a chance to learn and engage with others. It fosters community engagement and promotes understanding of important issues.