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As concern over the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) continues in our area the MCGP School Administration has decided to move to a virtual classroom starting from Saturday March 21 until further notice.  The physical classrooms at MCGP will be closed but we will continue learning and our aim is not to miss any learning days Insha Allah. 


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Quality Weekend Islamic Education From KG - 9

Who do our children look up to?  It is very important they have the right role models and often times we forget Islam has many individuals our children can look up to.  Ranging from prophets, companions, strong women figures to our local community members there are a wide range of role models the children will be introduced to.  


Attending our school allows children to make new friends who come from a diverse background but share a similar identity of being Muslim.  These relationships last beyond our school and allows them to create bonds with friends as they go into regular school, college and in later years of their life.    


The backbone of our religion is based on the lessons and knowledge we have from the Quran.  Our Arabic teachers teach Surah memorization, translation, tafseer and arabic grammer lessons so children can fully understand what they are reading, why they are reading and how it impacts their daily life.  We have external options for advanced studies. 


The core of our curriculum focuses on various aspects of Islamic Studies.  Some of the key topics covered include Seerah of Prophet Mohammed (pbuh), Islamic history, stories of the prophets, etiquette, interacting with friends and family, understanding your identity as a Muslim + much more. 


There is no better way to connect than properly learning how to perform the daily prayers.  Children will get a review of the various steps and motions of prayer as well as learning the meaning of what they recite in their prayers.  A fun Salah Chart is provided to children to work with their parents to track their daily progress.


Belonging to a community has many benefits as children are exposed to like-minded friends, resources for support and fun activities they can partake in.  Attending the mosque and school helps them understand their identity as Muslims and gives them confidence in who they are in today's environnment.  

Our vision at MCGP School is to help develop model American citizens who have a strong foundation and understanding of their Islamic faith.  We want the next generation to be leaders, role models and positive figures in the community.  

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