On Friday nights during the academic year, youth meet at the MCA Islamic Center to attend their "halaqas" or circles of learning with their peers and halaqa leaders to conduct activities and discuss issues relevant to their ages and environment. Halaqas are oriented in such a way to integrate Islamic education along with the activities.
Weekend Islamic School (WIS), popularly known as Sunday school, provides supplementary Islamic education to a diverse group of students with different ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds. This diversity is also reflected in the composition of the teachers and staff.
408.727.7277 ext 413
Granada Islamic School (GIS) was established in 1988 by the Muslim Community Association (MCA) to meet the PK-8th grade educational needs of the Muslim community of the San Francisco Bay Area.
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Al-Arqam School’s mission is to provide supplemental Islamic education for students 6 to 12 year of age in recitation of Quran, Quran memorization, Arabic language and Islamic studies. The program emphasizes proficiency in recitation of Quran and provides structured and progressive instruction towards a mastery level.
408.727.7277 ext 401