Full Time Hifz (Quran Memorization)

Students will be taught to memorize in the entire Quran along with proper pronunciation and tajweed. Along with memorizing Quran, students will also study basic islamic sciences, such as purification, salah, memorization of hadith and duas.

“He who recites the Qur'an and acts upon it, his parents will be made to wear a crown on the Day of Resurrection whose light will be greater than the light of the sun.” [Abu Dawud]

Why is our Method Unique?

At Islamic Institute of Atlanta, we believe in working together and detailed reporting. Therefore, we use a software application called ‘Ad-Din’ This software allows us to inform parents/guardians on a daily basis about the progress of their child. We keep a detailed daily, weekly, monthly and yearly report about the progress of your child’s Quran memorization. 

Our Hifz course is dedicated towards the memorization of the entire Holy Qur’an leading to certification as “Hafiz al-Qur’an”. Students are prepared to learn the fundamentals of Islamic belief. With this program they will be better equipped to further pursue advanced educational studies. This program will enable students to lead the congregational Salah, including the Taraweeh prayers in Ramadan.

Graduation Requirements
  • Complete memorization of the Qur’an
  • Knowledge and implementation of the rules of Tajweed
  • Knowledge of the introductory Fiqh of ‘Ibadah (i.e. Wudhu, Salah, etc). 
  • The Hifz coursework is simultaneously completed with secondary school studies. 

IIA has acquired qualified staff dedicated to overseeing our student’s day to day academic progress and making sure they are completing the necessary requirements for the curriculum. Students that need extra help are given time set aside for them during the day per grade level, to review subjects important subjects like math, english, history, and science to ensure they have the skills to perform well.

While online teachers provide academic instruction and guidance, the Learning Coach also provides important support. For example, the Learning Coach:

  • Helps students organize the learning environment
  • Uses provided instructional guides to help students make progress through daily lessons
  • Uses online tools to help students log attendance and manage their schedules
  • Communicates frequently with teachers in order to foster students’ success

Learning Coaches receive support in various ways, from written guides to live online sessions with other Learning Coaches.

Class Schedule
School Calendar Year:

Sunday, June 23rd 2019 – May 14th, 2020

Daily Schedule

Monday – Friday: 7:45 AM – 3:15 PM*

Schedule subject to change during Ramadan.

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Islamic Institute of Atlanta offers many payment plans to make it easier for parents to pay the tuition. Collecting tuition is vital for the operation of Islamic Institute of Atlanta. However, tuition should never be an obstacle for Islamic Education, therefore we try provide financial assistance, please e-mail us at contact@iiatlanta.com.

At this time residence is only offered for male students.


*Payments may be made up front or in 10 monthly installments. All other fees must be paid up front.

Program Tuition
Registration Fee (one-time)$100
Administrative Fee (one-time)$100
Planner and Textbook (one-time)$50
Uniform Fee (minimum 1)$50

At this time this program is only offered for boys.

Age Limit:

8 Years old for non dorming students

10 Years old for dorming students

Alhamduillah, at Islamic Institute of Atlanta, we receive many applications each year. Each application is carefully evaluated by our Admissions committee.

Admission at Islamic Institute of Atlanta is based on a combination of the following:

  • Past school performance (report cards)
  • Teacher recommendations
  • Successful student interview

Step 1:  Applying

To apply at Islamic Institute of Atlanta, one must fill out the online application or print it out and mail it to the school along with a cover letter with brief information about the student.

Step 2: Follow-up

After receiving the application, our admissions office will follow-up.

Step 3: Interview

After the application is received, you will be contacted regarding an in-person interview.  The Admissions Committee performs a personal interview to determine whether an applicant will experience success at Islamic Institute of Atlanta.

Step 4: Fees / Donation

If everything goes well and the family wishes to enroll their child at Islamic Institute of Atlanta, full payment will be due.  An installment plan and/or financial aid is reserved only for those families who can demonstrate that they cannot afford the payment with the approval of the Admissions Committee.

Step 5: Records

After the completion of all these procedures,  the applicant must ensure that Islamic Institute of Atlanta receives ALL prior school records, proof of legal residence and immunization records.


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