ISF Sunday School Program

ISF offers a unique Sunday Islamic School program open to children. It is vitally important for our youth to engage early as it helps retain knowledge and best practices that Islam teaches. ISF is dedicated to each and every child. Progression is the way forward and our dedicated teachers are here to do just that. Our teachers are carefully vetted and approved by the board prior to hiring for the scholastic year.
We look forward to seeing your child in our programs.


ISF’s Sunday Islamic School objective is to provide a healthy and rewarding Islamic learning environment for students. we are committed to spreading knowledge and doing our best to provide a sound, basic Islamic education.
Muslim children growing up in the US are facing diverse challenges and conflicting pressures at schools and within friend circles, constantly influenced by mainstream youth culture. It is difficult to isolate them from these influences and it is painful to let them sway into the mainstream. Excessive consumerism, peer pressure, media culture, internet, and technology confuse the youngsters’ minds regarding their objectives and ideals in life. Parents are the main source when it comes to instilling moral values in their children—However, parents can do only so much. Therefore Islamic schools have a responsibility to instill Islamic ideologies in the youth. It is a tough job to help them balance their Islamic identity with their ‘American’ identity, and ISF Sunday School is here to help.
While Islamic schools can also only do so much, we do not want to stop trying. We hope ISF Sunday School will be able to help students appreciate and understand Islam – its rich heritage, principles, values, and teachings. We aim to provide stepping-stones for youngsters so that they understand and accept Islam as a chosen way of life.

Mission Statement

To promote broad awareness of Islam for Muslim students from Kindergarten to Seniors by emphasizing Islamic teachings, fundamentals, ideologies, and legacy. To this end, to use a comprehensive syllabus, carefully selected textbooks, and knowledgeable instructors so as to intellectually stimulate the students and guide them to grow up as responsible, committed Muslim citizens living in the West, and help them make Islam a way of life.

Our Staff

Dedicated teachers for Quranic and religious studies. Our classroom structure is sized for efficient cross-collaboration and 1 on 1 approach. Our staff is primarily comprised of professionals drawn from various fields, countries, and backgrounds. Many staff members have prior teaching experience in other Islamic schools, all have good to above average Islamic knowledge, and every one of them has good people skills. Special emphasis is given to make sure the teachers communicate well in English.

Our Students

Admission is open to all students, male or female, who reside in the US— regardless of their immigration status or the color of their skin. Since the main medium of instruction is English, the ability of students to understand and communicate in English is important. Students are placed in a grade commensurate with their age. Any exception will be considered only on an exigent basis.

Our Curriculum

The school will follow a systematic, comprehensive curriculum developed by Weekend Learning Publishers. The objective of the curriculum is to provide a broad understanding of all aspects of Islam as envisaged in the Mission Statement. The teachers, students, and parents will all know the curriculum – thus, everybody is familiar with what is being taught and will know what to expect from students at each grade and collectively, from the entire program. The teachers will carefully follow the curriculum.

Qur’anic and Arabic Studies

Students will be taught an entire vocabulary and numbers of Arabic and will learn to understand some grammar and application. By the end of the course, students should be able to read Qur’ān with correct pronunciation using rules of tajweed, complete memorization and understand the meaning of the prescribed sūrahs, learn daily duas starting from duas when getting up in the morning to duas going to sleep, and all in-between duas of a day.

Kindergarten Students to Seniors

An early start is always encouraged. The school will provide fun-filled learning activities for all kindergarten aged boys and girls. Learn about Allāh – Who He is and why we worship Him, and the blessings of Allāh. To attend Kindergarten it is required that students must turn 5 years of age by September of the enrollment year.

New – Toddlers Club For Ages 3&4

Widely asked and now offering as part of Sunday School.

Teacher And Parent Engagement

It is important for teachers and parents to engage with one another for performance evaluation and future growth.

Opportunity for Awards and Recognition

The School will give out a number of awards for Academic Excellence, Essay Competition, quiz competition and year-end awards to A-Honor students. Medals are given to the top students in the essay competition. Awards vary for quiz competition winner— t-shirt metal backpack depending on the fund available for it each year. Each student can qualify for the award. At the end of the year, the award will be given solely based on academic performance, to A-Honor students. Students will be recognized in front of an audience during the annual function.

Extra-Curricular Activities

In addition to their curriculum, students have opportunities for learning and fun with extra-curricular activities. There are field trips to museums wherever there are.

ISF Sunday school 2019/2020 calendar

Tution “Fee”

Tuition for ISF Sunday School

With a monthly option – you are able to pay your child’s tuition in equal payments for the entire scholastic year.

Per Student


Two Students


Three Students


ISF “Sunday School”

Registration Form (school year 2019-2020)


Student Information

Parents Information

Emergency contact


$200 per student per year

$350 for the second student from the same family per year

$450 for the third student from the same family per year

Please make checks payable to “ISF Sunday School”


In case of an emergency, ISF staff will call 911 Emergency first then will call parents/Guardians.

ISF Sunday school staff is not responsible for the care of or any injury occurs to any child dropped off at the masjid before 10:15 am or not picked-up from the masjid after 1:45pm.