A Comprehensive Online Program for Future Religious and Community Leaders
Level 1 - 3Foundation and Concepts
- The Beginner Standard builds the foundation of Islam and introduces concepts through Islamic personalities, historical events, and stories, while emphasizing on an understanding of God and the final Messenger.
- Level 1
- Learning Islam through Stories
- Age 9-10
- Level 2
- God and His Final Messenger – Seerah 1
- Age 10-11
- Level 3
- God and His Final Messenger – Seerah 2
- Age 11-12
Level 4 - 6Quran and Sunnah
- The Intermediate Standard introduces the two main sources of Islam: Quran and sunnah, and provides the skills required to approach them in order to gain a deeper appreciation for Islamic directives taught in the next standard.
- Level 4
- Building Character Through Quran
- Age 12-13
- Level 5
- Understanding The Quran
- Age 13-14
- Level 6
- Gems from the Quran and Hadith
- Age 14-15
Level 7 - 9Islam in the Contemporary World
- Building upon the previous standard, the Advanced Standard teaches the essence of Islamic beliefs, their relevance in the modern world, and the position of Islam on various contemporary issues.
- Level 7
- Islamic Law and Wisdom – 1
- Age 15-16
- Level 8
- Islamic Law and Wisdom – 2
- Age 16-17
- Level 9
- Survey of Contemporary Issues
- Age 17-18
Open Enrollment Underway
Open Enrollment for Sunday School Year 2023-24 has now begun
Sunday School Calendar 2023 - 2024
Our school follows the Carollton-Farmers Branch ISD school year. Depending upon the course, classes are held on Saturday or Sunday of each week, except as noted in the calendar. We have made available a printable calendar with all important dates that you can download and print.
School Year 2023-24:
The first day of school will be Saturday, August 19, 2023, and the school will run through Sunday, May 19, 2024.
About Our Sunday School Program
Our comprehensive online Sunday school program is specifically designed to instill positive character traits in our students, based on core Islamic values in the light of Quran and sunnah. We aim to cultivate critical thinking in our students and teach them how to objectively explore and understand religion, so that they can confidently become religious and community leaders of tomorrow.
Our program is divided into three stages, each with it’s own theme. Each theme is carefully selected with child’s age group in mind, and how children of that age group view and interact with the world. Character Building and Purification of the Self (Tazkiya) is a common theme that applies to all levels across the board.
Each stage is further classified into age-appropriate levels that gradually build a student’s knowledge about Islam, and provides them the required confidence to believe in their religion as a result of their own analysis, critical thinking, and objective reasoning.
All of our levels are taught online in an interactive manner with emphasis on discussions and activities that allow our students to explore and understand religion at a much deeper level than traditional classroom training.
If you cannot afford to pay for our Sunday School program, please fill out the financial aid application. All financial aid applications must be received by us no later than May 30th of each year. If your application is approved, we will notify you via email no later than August 15th. Please note that majority of financial aid students will be granted a fee waiver for our audit courses.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are answers to frequently asked questions about our Sunday school program.
How much does it cost?
Our current fee schedule is as follows:
Yearly Registration Fee
$25 / student (waived for audit)
Late Registration Fee
$25 (if applicable)
9 payments of $25 / month
Is there a multi-child discount?
Since our tuition fee is already so low, we are unable to offer any further discounts. We do not, however, turn away any students just because they cannot afford to pay.
What are the class days and timings?
Depending upon the level, a class will be held either on Saturday or Sunday. Timings are always published before registration begins, and are displayed along with the course description.
Are International Students Eligible?
Anyone is free to join regardless of their country of residence. Please keep in mind that classes are offered on Saturday and Sunday during daytime in U.S. Central Time zone.
In what language will the classes be conducted?
All classes are conducted in English by teachers who have an adequate skill level in the language and are well aware of the western culture.
What is the registration process?
Please watch these videos to learn about various phases of registration including pre-registration, priority registration, open enrollment, late registration, as well as the waiting list
What is Google Classroom?
Google Classroom is an online portal where students and teachers interact. Also it is where students hold discussions, and teachers assign work to students. If need be, students can privately email teachers in Google Classroom as well.
Can a student younger than the listed age attend a course?
For the live format, no student is allowed to attend a course with an advertised age group higher than the student’s age. There’s no age restriction for our courses offered in audit format.
For details please watch our orientation videos.
Can a student older than the listed age attend a course?
For the live format, a student older than a course’s advertised age group might be accommodated on space availability basis during the last 5 days of open enrollment and into the late registration period. There’s no age restriction for our courses offered in audit format.
For details please watch our orientation videos.
What is the difference between live and audit formats?
Live format is the regular format in which a student attends an online class at a specified time every week. In audit format, a student watches recordings of live classes at their own pace without any direct teacher interaction. All the same course material, assignments, and tests are shared with audit students, however, the teacher doesn’t grade any work. Please watch this video to learn more.
Are class recordings available?
We use Google Classroom for posting meeting links, reminders, class slides, video recordings, and any other student related communication such as grades and announcements.
How do I access my Google Classroom?
When you register for a course a Google Classroom invite is sent out to the student email address that you provided during registration. It is very important that you accept the Google Classroom invite immediately. If for some reason you do not receive the invite in the 30 minutes after registration, please login to your account, ensure that you have provided correct email address, and resend yourself the invite.
Why did I not receive my Google Classroom invite?
If you did not receive your Google Classroom invite, please make sure that you have notifications turned on in your Google Classroom settings. Please also make sure that you provided the correct student email address. You can login to your account and update your email address, as well as try to resend yourself the invite.
Why Google Classroom shows me an error?
If you see a an error when accepting the Google Classroom invite, it is generally because your browser is logged into Google using a different email address. Please open this link in a private/incognito window in your browser then login to Google with the student email address that you provided during your registration.