Al-Wali Academy Saturday Islamic School
The aim of the Saturday School is to equip children/youth 4-20 years (both girls and boys) with the essential knowledge and understanding of Islam so they are able to make choices and lead an Islamic Way of Life. The education provided aims to ensure that children grow up as confident Muslim individuals who are successful in this world and in the Hereafter; are effective as responsible citizens in the community in which they live.
First Day of School: Saturday 9/9/2023
School Time: 10:00 -1:30 Weekly
How To Register
For Registration Questions or to report an issue contact: SundaySchool@masjidalwali.org
Saturday School Fees
|1st Child||2nd Child - $100 Disount||3rd Child & up $200 Discount|
|$350||$250||$150 per Child|
Total Fees after Sibling Discount
*All Fees are Paid on an Annual Basis. Included: Registration Fee & Text Books
Weekend Tahfidh Program
This course is designed for those who want to memorize the Holy Quran
Our school offers Quran Recitation classes for children and adults. Students learn the art of recitation step by step and in accordance with the rules of Tajweed
Surah / DUA Memorization
A session dedicated to memorizing essential Surah’s of the Qur’an and DUA’s through a tried and tested method of oral transmission and repetition.
Arabic language classes offers reading and writing of Arabic vocabulary and Grammar.
Students are taught the noble Ahadith of Prophet Mohammed (SAW) regarding the daily actions in life such as eating, drinking, respect for parents, good deeds etc.
Students are taught all fundamental aspects of our faith/aqeedah, Holy Books, Angels, Life, and Death.
Students are taught rules related to Wudhu, Salah, Zakah, Sawm, Hajj, Halal, Haram etc.
Seerah / Tareekh
Biography of the Prophets and Messengers (upon them be peace) and early Islamic history.
Aalim (Advanced Islamic Learning) Course For 9-12 Grades
Advanced Islamic Learning classes are taught by qualified Alima from South Africa with help of Qualified Male teachers.
The Curriculum includes:
Quran Recitation with Tajweed Rules
Arabic Grammer (Sarf, Nahv, Qasa un Nabiyyin)
Fiqh (Islamic Law)
Hadith (Zaad Ut Tallibeen, Riyad ut Saleheen)