The Muslim Center Junior High School follows a
curriculum in line with the guidelines of New York State Board of Education.
Our students learn all aspects of standard educational requirements,
including physical education, and have the option of studying
various electives such as technology and art. In addition, our students
receive instructions in beliefs and practices of
Islam, as well as learning the Arabic language.
Our goal is to offer our students a competitive
curriculum while adhering to the highest
possible Islamic and academic standards.
At the same time, we encourage our students to discover their potentials
via use of their talents; an initiative which includes spelling bees,
Quran and speech competitions, math olympiads, science and book fairs,
school plays and art exhibitions.
This program is aimed at the 4 years old child.
It introduces the child to social skills
necessary to settle down and go along with other
children in a classroom environment.
Some of the learning areas the children will be
participating in are: life skills, exploration, self expression, creativity,
language and religion. The skills introduced by these areas are reading,
mathematics, science, English language, Quran
memorization, Dua and Islamic practice. This program
will socialize the child for a school atmosphere
in the years to come Insha Allah. It also emphasizes the
cognitive, social, physical and emotional
development of the child.
This program is aimed at meeting the needs of
the 5 years old child. The learning activities
lay the foundation needed for success in the
more academic atmosphere of first grade. Daily
lessons, Islamic practice, and classical Arabic,
mathematics, reading, science, social studies,
language skills in both Arabic and English,
physical education and handwriting.
Grade 1 - Grade 8
Basic and enriched academic curriculum is
provided that fosters a love for learning and
enables the child to expand his/her horizons as
far as possible. The Curriculum meets and
surpasses that which is required by the State of
New York. (Please see the immediate teacher for
an outline of their subjects taught).
Daily instruction in Islamic teachings and practices,
Tajweed and memorization, reading and writing
classical Arabic are core subjects in the grade.
Homework in all subjects is an integral part of the curriculum.