Students (age 4 to 18) are taught Arabic, Qur’an and Islamic Studies. As students progress through the course of study, they will gain Islamic knowledge, build skills in reading and understanding Qur’an as well as develop basic Arabic language comprehension.
To meet the learning goal of each level our curriculum addresses dynamically and progressively the needs of our students. Students receive Islamic Studies and Arabic books/handouts which they will use for in-class lessons and homework.
Exciting lessons include hands-on and one-on-one instruction and are geared toward the ability of each child. Special events, such as guest speakers and celebrations, support learning and thinking as a Muslim.
Our 23-acre campus with Masjid and playgrounds is an amazing resource benefitting our students. Our schedule and Islamic atmosphere spur and foster the beauty of Islamic Akhlaq (manners) and culture.
Although students will learn Arabic and Qur’an, the Weekend School program is not a “hifz” nor an Arabic-fluency program. For more information regarding hifz and Arabic courses in our community, please contact the FIE Administration office at (610) 520-9624 ext. 234.
Arabic Studies: Build fluency in reading, improve vocabulary and comprehension, practice simple conversation and basic Grammar (nahoo).
Qur’anic Studies: Learn to read Qur’an, memorize Qur’an and basic Tafseer.
Islamic Studies: Learn the tenets of Islam, Aqidah (Theology), Fiqh (Jurisprudence), Akhlaq (Manners & Etiquette), Ethics, Prophets of Allah, In-depth study of Seerah, Ahadith and the Sahabah of Rasulullah.