Our Program Highlights

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Math Curriculum

- Our new math curriculum follows the Common Core Standards that sets clear, consistent goals and is based on four components: High Expectations for Students, Deep Understanding and Application of Skills, Comparable with International Standards, and Clarity and Emphasis for Teachers. Our math standards focus on comprehensive learning and deeper understanding of foundational math concepts and equations. In addition, our main Continue Reading

 

STEM

- The Islamic Academy features an instructional approach designed to meet students where they are and lead them through an engaging sequence of high level, challenging academic courses. Our curriculum specializes in advanced science and mathematics. We offer several after school programs which enable students to get in depth with each of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) subjects.

 

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Islamic Studies & Qur’an

- Curriculum Objectives: To learn to glorify and adore Allah and love His prophets, to love whatever and whomever Allah and His Messenger Muhammad (Peace be upon him) love, and to willingly behave in ways pleasing to Allah. To develop an attitude of total submission to Allah’s divine revelation and to discern    the validity of teachings, practices, and/or cultural adaptations through Continue Reading

Arabic

- We have students of varying level of proficiency in Arabic language and our program is designed keeping that in mind. Goals of the program Conversation: Give the students the necessary tools to acquire oral expression through dialogue and conversation- a process that involves a considerable amount of class-time. Reading: Students acquire the necessary tools to reach a satisfying level of Continue Reading
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Daycare

- TIA Daycare Features: Experienced childcare providers Keeping infants to ages 3 School hours, Monday through Friday from 7:30am to 3:30 PM (except during school closings) Loving Islamic environment CPR and First Aid Certified Affordable rates Snacks provided Circle time, arts and crafts, story time, and structured play Potty training Full-time and Part-time hours Our Philosophy: We believe that our daycare Continue Reading

 

Pre-K

- Our prekindergarten program focuses on your child’s primary areas of development: language arts and literacy, mathematics, science, Arabic, Quran & Islamic studies, social and emotional development, gross and fine motor development and character education. These are all part of the Life Essentials your child will learn and build upon at The Islamic Academy. Activities in the prekindergarten classroom include: Recognizing Continue Reading

 

After School and Extra Curricular

Computer Club

Computer Club has three tracks.

  • Software track where students learn basics of programming.
  • Electronics track where they get to learn about things like chip manufacturing and play with hardware such as Raspberry Pi (a computer that you can hold with two fingers), and
  • Robotics track where the students can experiment and see how computer science, electrical engineering and mechanical engineering all play together to bring imagination to reality.

Junior FLL

Junior FLL captures young children’s curiosity and directs it towards discovering the wonders of science and technology.

Mathcounts

MATHCOUNTS offers fun and engaging programs that get middle school students excited about math.

Junior Mathcounts

Junior MATHCOUNTS is similar to MATHCOUNTS, but for younger grades (G4 and G5)

Student council

Student council helps raise funds for school-wide activities, including social events, community projects, and helping people in need. It also visits elderly in the community and helps homeless in and around the town.

 Girl Scouts

Girl Scouts work to build girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.

 

Homework Club

Homework club provides extra help on Arabic, Math and English.

French Club

French Club focuses on learning French language and French art and culture.

YearBook Club

YearBook club provides an opportunity for students to develop their ability to work together as a team and use their creativeness.  They have been trained to use image editor, collages and  given the opportunity to design a yearbook spread that they can work on both at our weekly meetings or at home.

 Literacy Club

Literary Club is a venue for students to share their love for reading through the wide spectrum of literary activities available.  Students will have a chance to exposed to the various language skills of speaking, reading and writing in a fun and engaging manner.