Welcome to the new school year for Sunday School 2017-2018. School started on Sunday, September 17, 2017.
We encourage all parents to register their children for this new year.
Alhamdulillah, with the blessing of Allah, MIC Sunday School is constantly growing and
improving. Since its inception it has provided Islamic education to a diverse
group of students. The school is committed to providing students with an
excellent quality Islamic education based on Quran and Sunnah,
according to Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaa; focusing on high moral and
ethical values in an Islamic environment.
10:30 AM to 2:30 PM
Cost: $25 per month per child
(this does not include price of books)
The curriculum is divided into three subject: Quran
and Islamic Studies
There are four levels of Quran courses. The first level is taken by
beginners in which students memorize Surah Al-Fatiha while adjusting
The second level focuses on teaching students the correct pronunciation
of the Arabic alphabet and memorizing more surahs.
In the third level, students memorize more short surahs and are
introduced to basic tajweed.
The fourth level consists of memorization of additional surahs with the
application of tajweed (rules for reciting Quran) as well as
reciting the Quran starting from juz Amma with correct pronunciation and
application of tajweed.
There are three levels of Arabic courses. The first level focuses on the
reading of Arabic letters with correct pronunciation as well as writing them.
The second level focuses on connecting letters to make words.
The third level focuses on reading sentences with correct pronunciation
in order to be able to recite the Quran correctly.
There are five levels of Islamic Studies courses. These courses cover
faith, fiqh related to obligatory knowledge, manners and behaviors towards
family, community, society, and the biography of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)
and the sahabah. From the first to the fourth level, the textbooks
implemented in this course are part of the Weekend Learning Series
collection. The textbook used in the fifth level is Shaykh Imadudeen's book
, which focuses on Muslim's individual obligations.
We encourage all parents to enroll their children in the MIC Sunday School
so they may learn about Islam and have the opportunity to socialize with
other Muslim children in a Muslim environment.
For information, please contact Br. Kedar Malik:
Tel: (845) 800-5169
Br. Khalid Khan:
Tel: (845) 467-7723
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org .