High School

Grades 9 to 12

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Learning Objectives for Grades 9 & 10

  1. Arabic:
    • Read Arabic text with or without diacritics (tashkeel).
    • Identify complex sentence structures and components.
    • Write long essays in Arabic.
    • Read ten-digit Eastern-Arabic numerals.
    • Read and compehend a long list of Quranic words.
  2. Islamic Studies:
    • Understand how the Quran was revealed and collected.
    • Introduction to the science of the exegesis (tafseer) of the Quran.
    • Introduction to the sciences of the Hadeeth.
    • Introduction to the science of Jurisprudence (fiqh).
    • Identify the difference between Quran, Sunnah, consensus (ijma'), and deductive analogy (qiyas).
    • Identify the main differences between the different sects of Islam.
    • Identify milestones in the biography of the first Caliph, Abu Bakr.
    • Identify milestones in the biography of the second Caliph, Umar Ibn Al-Khattab.
  3. Quran | Grade 9:
    • Memorize Chapter 18, The Cave (Al-Kahf), by heart.
    • Memorize Chapter 12, Joseph (Yusuf), by heart.
  4. Quran | Grade 10:
    • Memorize Part 1 by heart.

Please note that the above learning outcomes are for students who start at the beginning of the school year in Grade 9 and continue their studies until the end of the school year in Grade 10.

Learning Objectives for Grades 11 & 12

  1. Arabic:
    • Read Arabic text with or without diacritics (tashkeel).
    • Identify complex sentence structures and components.
    • Write long essays in Arabic.
    • Read ten-digit Eastern-Arabic numerals.
    • Read and compehend most Quranic words.
  2. Islamic Studies:
    • Identify milestones in the biography of the third Caliph, Uthman Ibn Affan.
    • Identify milestones in the biography of the fourth Caliph, Ali Ibn Abi-Taleb.
    • Identify milestones in the biography of the fifth Caliph, Al-Hassan.
    • Identify the main caliphates and dynasties in the history of Islam.
    • Introduction to the science of the Principles of Jurisprudence (usul-ul-fiqh).
    • Identify false ideologies wrongly attributed to Islam.
    • Introduction to misconceptions about Islam.
    • Islam in America: statistics, traditions, contributions, and challenges.
    • Islam in the world: statistics, traditions, contributions, and challenges.
  3. Quran | Grade 11:
    • Memorize Part 2 by heart.
  4. Quran | Grade 12:
    • Memorize the remainder of Chapter 2, The Cow (Al-Baqara), by heart.
    • Memorize Matn-Al-Jazariya, a long traditional poem on recitation (tajweed) rules, by heart.

Please note that the above learning outcomes are for students who start at the beginning of the school year in Grade 11 and continue their studies until the end of the school year in Grade 12.

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