ICB Wayland

Sunday School

School Mission:

We strive to develop confident and compassionate American Muslims who are inspired by the beauty of Islam and whose faith is a guide and source of strength in their daily lives.

We are committed to providing an engaging experience that fosters a sense of community and an appreciation for diversity within an atmosphere that is inclusive, supportive, and encouraging of questions.

The ideal graduate will be rooted in Islamic values, a life-long learner dedicated to serving others who continues to grow in love for God and His Prophet.

Parent Guidelines

Schedule:

MORNING SESSION:
Start Time Level K - 2 Level 3 - 10
10:15 AM
Assembly (every other week)
10:30 AM Student Circle Islamic Arabic (45 mins)
10:45 AM Islamic Arabic (30 min)
11:15 AM
Student Break
11:30 AM Religion (30 min) Religion (45 min)
12:00 PM End of School
12:15 PM End of School

AFTERNOON SESSION (subject to change):
Start Time Level K - 2 Level 3 - 9
12:45 PM
Assembly (every other week)
1:00 PM Student Circle First Period (45 mins)
1:15 PM First Period (30 mins)
1:45 PM
Student Break
2:00 PM Second Period (30 mins) Second Period (45 mins)
2:30 PM End of School
2:45 PM End of School

* - No snack during Ramadan



Curriculum:

Class Structure:

ICB Sunday School offers grades kindergarten through tenth grade and all students are required to attend two classes each Sunday:

  1. Islamic Arabic
  2. Religion


Islamic Arabic:

The goal of Islamic Arabic is to develops a familiarity and appreciation for the Arabic language as well as focus on the development of love and appreciation for the Qur'an. The curriculum includes Surah memorization and learning English meaning of those surahs. The older grades are introduced to tafsir.

Religion:

The goal of the Religion class is to develop confident and compassionate American Muslims. This is achieved by cultivating an emotional and intellectual attachment to Islam, fostering friendships and social support networks and encouraging parents to reinforce at home what is learned at school. Our classes have a particular focus on the classroom experience with group activities and student-centered learning.