The program inlcudes Quran, Arabic,Islamic Studies, Language Arts and Math Refresher
sessions for the ages 5 to 10. Students can enjoy the summer with daily sports and
occasional field trips in a wholesome Islamic environment.
This session will prepare students according to their level of knowledge. For those
students who can read fluently and want to memorize from the Qur’an can select from
short chapters from Juzu A'mma or chapters like Al-Mulk, Al-Waqia, Ar-Rahman, Yasin,
Those students who cannot read the Qur’an fluently will practice their reading skills
with the teacher (Book: Qa’ida Nooraniyah).
There are no pre-requisites for this class. The class will be taught on a one-to-one
Will also instruct basic Arabic reading, writing and comprehension skills for students
whose first language is not Arabic. Book: Uhibbal Arabia (I love Arabic) series.
In addition to benefiting students who may not be able to learn Arabic language
during the year, we hope to prepare those students who will be entering Al-Huda
School during the 2012-13 academic year and teach them the basics of Arabic language.
We realize that it is absolutely important for our students to not just read the
Qur’an, but also to live it. The Islamic Studies class will help our students know
more about their Islamic heritage, and will help them learn more about their religion.
The Five Pillars of Islam will be covered in these classes. In addition the last
week will be dedicated to the important topic of "Kindness to Parents". The classes
will discuss these topics and the influences they have on our lives.
The purpose of this program is to review elementary level (2nd to 5th grades) language
arts and math to prepare students for the next grade level. This course helps students
strengthen their skills to excel in these crucial subjects.
For math, the class covers place value, fractions, addition, subtraction, division,
multiplication and word problems depending on grade level. Homework is assigned
on a daily basis. 3rd, 4th and 5th grades Singapore math books are used.
For Language Arts there are daily readings of grade level books followed by writing
assignments. We will also cover grammar, including discussion of sentence structure,
nouns, pronouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, and helping/linking verbs. There will
also be some art activities relating to the reading assignments Insha’Allah.
This year, there will be two or three sections insha Allah:
We understand that summer is a time where children are very energetic, and want
to do fun activities. We hope that our Summer Camp will make this summer a very
memorable summer for our beloved students. We will have some or all of the following
activities during the summer camp and more, Insha’Allah:
To make the experience enjoyable for our children, we will conduct different field
trips during the course of the camp. The field trips will be fun and exciting, and
will help enhance the students’ Islamic understanding. Typically, the field trips
will take place on Wednesdays/Thursdays, though this may change due to weather or
scheduling reasons. To enhance this experience, we would appreciate if each parent
can commit to volunteer as a chaperone on at least one of the Wednesdays/Thursdays.
We would also appreciate if the parents can offer their vans/cars to transport students
to the field trips. This will help reduce the costs of the field trips, make the
trips safer for our students, and allow the parents to be closely involved in their
Beginning Date: June 26th, 2012 Ending Date: August 3rd, 2012 (six weeks)
Daily Time: Monday through Friday: 9am. – 2pm.
The summer camp classes will be divided based on students’ ages / grade levels.
Class size will be limited to 12 students per class.
Students have the option to attend for the entire duration of the camp, or to attend
some part of the camp. Students are also given the option to fill out a financial
agreement and pay the tuition over a period of time, instead of paying it all at
once. The fee structure is as follows:
You can register and pay for the summer camp online by filling out our Online Registration Form
and payment can be made using Google checkout or pay at school.
You can also visit the front office of Al-Huda School during school hours:
Monday through Friday, 8am. – 4pm.
If you have any questions, or need further information, please call us at 717-737-5395.
You can also e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.