There is nothing more pleasing to the parents’ eyes than to see their children being raised upon the obedience of Allah Subhanahu wa ta’ala. However, raising them in this way demands great effort.


One of the ways to accomplish this great journey of memorization of the Qur’an is to dedicate all efforts and time for it and to leave academic studies for the time after the memorization is completed. If the Hifdh program lasts for 2 or 3 years then it is not seriously impacting the progress of the academic studies. However, I have seen many students whose memorization period extends over several years and creates a problem for children to return to school.


Personally, I don’t think that process of memorization has to be that long if right methods of learning are implemented. In the same manner, academic studies don’t have to be overwhelming. Public and private schools suffer from textbook and worksheets fatigue overwhelming students with work that is not necessary. Academic material can be covered in easier and more effective way.

As a result of years of experience in working with Hifdh students, this program has been designed to meet their needs.

What is Academic program for Hifdh students?

Academic program for Hifdh students is designed to cover their academic/school requirements and at the same time to allows students their time for Hifdh studies.

Who is this for?

This is the program for responsible learners.

Very important part of this program is that student understands what does it mean to be a responsible learner. The responsible learner takes responsibility for his studies and understands that his success depends on the level of his motivation, dedication and discipline. The teacher and school curriculum is just a part of the successful learning journey.

What grade levels are covered in the program?

This program covers from 1st to 4th grade level. It covers also High School grade levels. The middle school grade level ( 5th to 8th grade) has an open registration and it will start when we have enough students.

What subjects are covered in the program?

This program covers Reading comprehension, building vocabulary, basic grammar, intensive writing, and math. Science and social studies topics are covered in reading part of the program .

How many days a week students attend the school?

This is a 4 days a week, Monday thru Thursday program. On Fridays students will work on their quizzes and homework at home. Exams will be done at school.

More and more school districts across the U.S. are embracing the four-day school week. Right now, nearly 560 districts in 25 states have adopted the change, with most implementing a Monday-Thursday schedule.

How long is a school day?

This is a 2 hours a day class Monday thru Thursday. These 2 hours are divided into two 50-minutes sessions and one 15-minutes Q&A session.

Is 8 hours a week of instruction enough to cover all subjects?

School material will be presented in a way that will allow students to cover more in short period of time. This will be achieved by teaching 20% of fundamental concepts that give basis for 80% of the school curriculum.

Important note here: In order to succeed in school, students should dedicate their time and effort for their studies. Successful learning has 3 crucial elements: professional teacher, well designed curriculum, and dedicated and motivated learner/student. The role of student is equally important in learning process as a role of the teacher. This program is for responsible students. Besides the time spend in the class, the students should spend time studying on their own.

How about homework?

Homework will be available and highly recommended for students. It will be assigned on Thursdays so students can work on it during the weekend.

Will students get report cards on the end of the school year?

Yes, students will receive report cards. Grades will be posted in the report card too. Transcript with subjects’ descriptions will be also available for the transcript fee of $35.

What subjects are covered in the High School program?

High School Students will be covering Advanced Algebra 2. Reading part of the program covers reading appropriate literature and writen respond to the text. Writing section is covering Intensive Writing High School State Requirement.

High School Students will earn 1.0 unit of High School Credit for Advanced Algebra, English Language Arts and Intensive Writing.

Besides on-site classes High School students will have available video lectures, live group chat,and additional email support on our website

Students will have free access to it. 

First Day of School is September 9th, 2019

Last Day of School is June 13th 2020

2019 School will be closed on:

27, 28, 29

2020 School will be closed on:

January 17

March 24

May 16 to 26

Ramadan break will be determined according to the Ramadan calendar


In case of extreme weather conditions during the winter time classes
will take place online as a live group chat or recorder lectures.