In this day and age, where darkness has enveloped the world in its reigns, one of the best ways to find light is through the Holy Quran, which has been described by Allah ﷻ as a “guidance for all mankind”. Through the process of hifz, or memorization of the Quran, the hearts and minds of our youth will be illuminated, and they will learn to guide themselves through the teachings of the Quran.
Islamic Institute of Atlanta seeks to empower and educate our youth to become citizens that excel and thrive in the real world. To achieve these goals the school is structured on learning the traditional K-12 curriculum along with the Hifz and Aalim program.
At this time we are accepting students ages 10 and up.
Nahw (Arabic Grammar) / Sarf (Arabic Morphology)
The objective for studying Nahw is to learn the grammatical rules governing words, their states, their position in sentence, and sentence structures, so that one can read with thorough comprehension, write and speak without errors. The objective for studying Sarf is to master verb forms, their origins, their paradigms, changes and variations, and specificities.
Fiqh (Islamic Jurisprudence)
Students will be taught all four schools of thoughts in detail, so that they may have sufficient command of Fiqh to guide Muslims in their daily lives.
Studies in hadith will include a 1,000 hours of direct teacher instruction in the prominent books of Hadith, including Sahih Al-Bukhari, Sahih Al-Muslim, and other famous books of hadith.
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APPLICATION & FEES
Admission at IIA is based on a combination of the following:
- Past school performance (report cards)
- Teacher recommendations
- Successful student interview
Step 1: Applying
To apply at IIA, one must fill out the online application or print it out here and e-mail it to the school at email@example.com
Step 2: Follow-up
After the application is reviewed, you will receive an email or call requesting an in-person interview.
Step 3: Interview
The Admissions Committee performs a personal interview to determine whether an applicant will experience success at IIA.
Step 4: Acceptance
If everything goes well and the family wishes to enroll their child at IIA, we will contact you and send you an acceptance letter.
Step 5: Records
After the completion of all these procedures, the applicant must ensure that IIA receives ALL prior school records as noted below.
- 2 Forms of ID Required
- Birth Certificate
- Driver’s License
- State Issued ID Card
- Proof of Legal Status
- Proof of Residence (Utility Bill)
- Previous School Report Cards
- Immunization records
If you have any further questions or need additional information, please do not hesitate to contact the Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office at 404-590-7929.