At the Islamic Foundation School, we strive to equip our students with islamic morals and education. The 'Islamic Studies & Religious Education' is supervised by Shaykh Yusuf Badat in conjunction with the IFS Admin Council.
Islamic Studies is taught by homeroom teachers in grades JK/SK to 8. At IFS we follow the IQRA curriculum and also use other suplimentary material for enhancing the Islamic Studies program.
Quran & Arabic are also taught in grades JK/ SK to 8 by qualified Arabic teachers.
In grades 6, 7 & 8 basic Quranic tafseer is taught along with Quranic vocabulary, recitation and tajweed (science of proper articulation of the Holy Quran)
In High School (grades 9 - 12), students have the option of taking the courses 'Islamic Culture', 'Arabic' and 'World Religions'.
Please visit 'IFS Blackboard' for details on Quranic Studies, Arabic, Islamic Culture, and World Religions courses.
For any concerns regarding Islamic or Religious Education, please feel free to contact Shaykh Yusuf Badat
For details on courses, please select from the following list:
Please also visit the IFS BLACKBOARD for more information.
This course is designed to enable students to begin to communicate with native speakers of the language of study. Students will use simple language and read age-and language-appropriate passages for various purposes.
Curriculum Expectations & Objectives:
Introduction to Allahs Last Book:
The Quran: Quran as the book of Allah, Quran as Wahi, Quran as the guidance from Allah, Arabic as the language of the Quran; Division of the Quran into Ayah, Surah and Juz; Compilation of the Quran, early Huffas of the Quran, Preservation of the Quran, Makki / Madani Verses
This course will cover the fundamentals of faith, pillars of Islam, Prophet of Islam, sources of Islamic legislation, an overview of history as well as discussing contemporary issues facing Muslims in North America.
AKHLAQ, CLEANLINESS, READINESS:
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