By Popular Request- We are offering Arabic-Islamic School Classes on Sunday too.
For Details: Please call the IHW at (313) 359-1221
Become a Volunteer!
We welcome volunteers who would like to use their skills and resources to help our students succeed. .
- Classroom Assistant
- Tutor Students
- Help with Administrative Tasks
If interested, Email us at: Info@IslamicHouseofWisdom.com
Saturday Arabic & Islamic School
Complete Academic Year of Classes: October 4th- June 6th!
- Saturday's 10:00am-2:00pm
- Ages 4- 15 Years
Weekly: Interactive classroom environment, activities, lunch and masjid participation.
The goal of Islamic House of Wisdom's Arabic and Islamic school is to serve the faith needs of the Muslim community through imparting knowledge of the Quran and Hadith with special focus on the Arabic language to help our youth become good role models and obedient servants of Allah (swt).
Our appropriate instruction and interactive discussions for each grade level encourage youth participation while special events corresponding with the Islamic Calendar highlighted throughout the year supplement the curriculum.
Our dedicated teachers, teaching assistants and volunteers devote their time and effort to provide an environment for all to love, learn and live Islam.
Topics covered throughout the course of the year include:
- Islamic beliefs
- Arabic Language
- Fundamentals of worship
- Qur'an recitation, memorization and translation of selected chapters
- Sayings of the Prophet & Ahlul-Bayt - peace be upon them (Hadith)
- Islamic History
- Manners & Etiquette
- Commemoration & Celebrations corresponding with the Islamic Calendar throughout the year including a special Hajj Reenactment program!
- 1 Student: $400
- 2 Students: $350
- 3+ Students: $300
(Payment Plans Available)
For more information or to register, please call or send us an email!
Islamic House of Wisdom's Saturday School program offers students a well-rounded Islamic Studies curriculum developed, taught and supervised by a team of qualified teachers.
We aim to empower students to maintain Islamic identities as they interact with and become contributing members of the Muslim Ummah and American society at large.