tawheed centerSummer school
For info, please contact brother Hasan Shah @ email@example.com @ 248.219.0107
Summer school will run during the months of July and August every year. The subjects that will be taught include Aqaaid (Islamic Beliefs), Akhlaaq, Adaab and Adiya, Qasasul Anbiya, Seerah, Tareekhul Islam, and Fiqh. These topics are not only a great benefit to your child, but to your family as well as the curriculum is designed to incorporate activities with the family at home. We would like to encourage all parents to register their students for summer school through the Tawheed Center website. Below is a detailed summary of the topics that are to be taught:
Aqaaid (Islamic Beliefs)
The most important thing in the life of a Muslim is their beliefs. If a Muslim’s beliefs are correct, they will be eternally successful, in this life and the next. Throughout the summer, children will be taught the proper Islamic beliefs so that they will know what they should believe in.
Our Beloved Prophet (salallahu alayhi wa salam)’s character was so exemplary, Allah mentioned it in the Quran to prove to the disbelievers that the Message being preached to them was true (Surah Qalam). The Prophet (salallahu alayhi wa salam) stated that he was sent to perfect the peoples’ character.
This class aims to educate students about good and bad morals, and the way that they should be implemented in our day to day lives. Children will learn about honesty, being kind to others, respecting parents, and many more lessons.
Adaab and Adiya
This subject is unique because it involves the whole family. At the beginning of the summer, we give each the students a book of duas to take home. The teacher will assign them duas throughout the summer and the students will go home and learn them along with their family. This is a great way to practically implement what the students have learned, because the full benefit of the duas of the Prophet (salallahu alayhi wa salam) can only be witnessed when they are read at the appropriate times.
The most perfect human beings were the Prophets of Allah (Alayhimus Salaam). The Prophets are those people whom Allah has selected out of the entire humanity to preach His message and deliver it to the people. Learning about their lives and struggles are a source of great inspiration for us all.
The greatest role model for all of mankind is our Beloved Prophet (salallahu alayhi wa salam). Throughout the year, our children are presented many other “role models.” These “role models” may be athletes, actors, or even fictional characters. But, no one other than our Beloved Prophet (salallahu alayhi wa salam) was called a role model by Allah (Surah Ahzab).
By educating our children about the life of our Prophet (salallahu alayhi wa salam), they will Insha Allah realize his greatness and take him (salallahu alayhi wa salam) as a role model rather than others that are presented to them.
Our children learn all about World and US History throughout the school year. Our Islamic History is also very rich. Our focus in this class is to teach our children about the amazing history of Islam starting from the time of the Prophet (salallahu alayhi wa salam) and then moving on throughout the centuries.
What is the proper way to make wudu? How do we pray salah? When should a Muslim fast? In order to please Allah, every Muslim needs to know the basics of Islam. Learning fiqh allows Muslims to know what Allah wants us to do and how we should go about doing those things. The summer school program teaches basic fiqh to the students. Insha Allah, throughout the end of the summer they will learn the basics of Islam.
Summer school will be in session from [ to ] Monday through Thursday, 11 am to 2 pm.
Payments: For payment information and to register: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For program information: please contact brother Hasan Shah @ email@example.com or @ 248.219.0107
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Location: 29707 W. 10 Mile Rd, Farmington Hills, MI
Telephone: (248) 426-7360
School Hours: Sunday: 10am – 2pm
The school is open for all students who would like to gain basic islamic knowledge who meet the age criteria irrespective of color, race, religion or physical handicap.