EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
The Islamic Academy for Peace is proud to have a fully equipped preschool and pre-Kindergarten facility providing an excellent foundation as well as a smooth transition into kindergarten. We offer an age-appropriate curriculum that stimulates young minds to develop curiosity and exploration of the environment around them.
Our program aims at developing social skills, self-help skills, gross and fine motor skills, creativity, language acquisition and basic Islamic manners. The Islamic Academy strives to nurture young minds to learn by engaging in hands on-activities and progress at their own pace. Students develop self-discipline and motivation to progress from one activity to another under the guidance of certified instructors. Our students enjoy the independent learning opportunities enriched with play, project based learning and fun time.
The elementary school instruction begins in kindergarten, the steppingstone of a child's academic journey. The kindergarten through grade 5 program is enriched with creativity, critical thinking, problem solving and collaboration. The development of strong social, moral, and spiritual skills helps our students excel and go beyond their age. With the support of our teachers, our students are nurtured, stimulated to discover their own unique personalities to flourish and use their strengths to reach new heights.
Middle school is a crucial milestone in a young person’s journey. At this time of growing maturity, developing personality and interests, it becomes necessary for our youth to be in an environment that is conducive to their spiritual, emotional and social well-being.
The Islamic Academy for Peace is committed to providing our students with the best opportunities for success. Through a well thought curriculum, social and emotional learning and immersion in our Islamic tradition, our students are prepared to face the challenges that lay ahead. Attending Middle School in an Islamic schools helps our youth develop strong and healthy friendships and relationships that can last for a lifetime.
Our Program Highlights
After School And ExtraCurricular
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 captures young children’s curiosity and directs it towards discovering the wonders of science and technology.
Homework club provides extra help on Arabic, Math and English.
MATHCOUNTS offers fun and engaging programs that get middle school students excited about math.
Junior MATHCOUNTS is similar to MATHCOUNTS, but for younger grades (G4 and G5)
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 work to build girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.
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.
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.
French Club focuses on learning French language and French art and culture.