The mission of ISA/MLC Weekend School is to give young Islamic minds the opportunity to attain a high quality Islamic education through integrative and interdisciplinary education. This encourages children to learn key qualities such as dedication, integrity, ingenuity, and hard work. Our Weekend School aims to provide children with a rich Islamic and Quranic education, which will benefit them for life. Our Weekend School is committed to helping each and every child reach their Islamic potential, learn leadership skills, and make a positive impact in this world by serving humanity.
Our vision is to develop the love for Allah (SWT) in the hearts of our future generation and prepare them to be on a superior level academically and socially, Insha’Allah.
Weekend School aspires to enrich the social and cognitive development of our young ones with a balanced approach of Islamic Studies. Not only do we provide them with an educationally sound Quran curriculum, we do it in a way that is by the end of year they can Identify letters, recite Quran with tajweed and recite/ memorize surahs depending upon their level. Our activities are designed in such a way that no matter what the child is doing in or outside of the classroom, there is never a time where learning cannot occur. Teaching to practice Islamic values and etiquettes and ensuring that every child develops the traits of strong and caring Muslim is extremely important to us.
**All fees are nonrefundable
Registration Fees $25.00 per academic year
Monthly fee for 1 child $75.00 per month
Monthly Fee for 2 children $100.00 per month
Monthly fee for 3 children $125 per month
Monthly fee for 4 children $ 150 per month
10% Discount if paid full year tuition, and this year we are asking for full year payment if not possible quarterly.
Note: If a student has missed one or two months, payment is still required to keep their seat in Weekend School.
Weekend School applicants are not selected or rejected for enrollment on the grounds of race, color, national origin, ethnicity or ancestry. Priority is given to students on a “first come, first serve” basis.
KG: 4-6 YEARS
Level 1: 7-8 YEARS
Level 2: 8-9 YEARS
Level 3: 9-12 YEARS
Level 4 Boys: 12-14 YEARS
Level 5 Boys: 14-18 YEARS
Senior Girls: 13-18 YEARS
Note: Placement of students is not correlated between regular school grade placing- but based on Islamic knowledge and Quranic reading.
Parents must fill it out and submit this form when they would like to register their children. The form must be filled out every new year, for new parents AND returning parents.