BIS offers weekly Islamic school (BIS-WIS) classes for children ages 5 and up. It is held every Sunday from 10:00 AM until 1:30 PM. The school runs throughout the year, with a three month break in the summer.
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Philosophy and Goals
The primary objective of Birmingham Islamic Society-Weekend Islamic school (BIS-WIS) is to teach students to believe in Allah and to practice their deen in accordance with Quran and Sunnah. The goals of WIS are to ensure that as the child goes through each level of WIS, he/she gains knowledge about our deen and applies it in a correct manner in his/her daily life. Another goal is also to provide an Islamic environment for our youth on a weekend day so they can interact and socialize with likeminded youth and don’t get melted away in the non-Islamic society outside. The curriculum includes Quran, Seerah, and Islamic studies. The main elements of the curriculum are 1) Building a Muslim identity and 2) Gaining knowledge of Islamic beliefs and practices. Parents should know that BIS-WIS only plays an additional or secondary role in teaching their children about Islam.
Parents are solely responsible for implementaion of this Islamic teaching and their children’s religious education at large.
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* Includes Tuition, Books, and Stationary
Below are current WIS documents.
For documents from previous years, please visit our archive.
2015 – 2016 Midterm Study Guides
Quranic Studies: Sr. Fatimatu Jalloh
Grade I – 1 Surah Al-Fatiha, Surah An-Naas
Grade I – 2 Surah Al-Kafiroon, Surah An-Nasr
Islamic Studies: Sr. Farah & Sr. Noura
Seerah: Sr. Huma, Sr. Nada
Quranic Studies: Sr. Jishan
Islamic Studies: Sr. Abeda and Sr. Ruaa
Seerah: Br. Mohammad Bilbeisi
Seerah: Br. Amyn Pabani
Quranic Studies: Sr. Rameeza
Islamic Studies: Sr. Farah Jiwani
Islamic Studies: Sr. Maysa
Seerah: Sr. Sufia
Quranic Studies: Sr. Khadra
Islamic Studies: Br. Adil Patel
Grade IV: Chapter 1-14
Seerah: Sr. Rahima
Quranic Studies: Br. Mohammad Jalloh
Grade V Surah An-Nazi’at (30 Ayahs), Surah Al-Fatiha (with Tajweed)
Islamic Studies: Br. Amjad Javed
Seerah: Sr. Dala