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About Us

Goals & Vision

Al-Manarat School is a Canadian organization established in 2006. It was officially registered in September 2012, and has been growing successfully since then with the help of Allah (swt), our dedication and the strong support from parents. Al-Manarat School aims to nurture each child in their spiritual, moral, intellectual, social and emotional growth in light of the Quran and the teachings of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh).

Al-Manarat Heights Islamic School offers Montessori program, Grade 1 to 8, Hifz Integrated Program, Exceptional Arabic Program, French and Skills Development. The primary focus of AlManarat Heights Islamic School is to seek the help of Allah(swt) in producing spiritual beings that have transformative abilities.

 

Principal’s Message

Al-Manarat, the educational community, strives for excellence by preparing students for learning beyond their school years and assisting them to become life long learners. The students are trained to be self-directed, realistic and responsible decision makers when solving problems that they will encounter in our multicultural ever changing world. Ultimately each learner will gain from their life at school according to the effort they apply. I feel fortunate and blessed to be in this leadership role and welcome it everyday with open arms. I pray that Allah allows us to serve His creation and makes every year a memorable academic year for all.
– Nasreen Ali

Our Core Competency

  • Ontario Curriculum Infused Islamic Curriculum
  • Most Comprehensive and Holistic Islamic Curriculum
  • Tarbiyyah Based Long Term Student Teacher Relationship
  • Provincial and National Contest Exposure
  • Maximized Retention
  • Skills Development for out of school Benefit

Goals and Objectives of the Pedagogical System

1. “Taqwa”

God Oriented

Taqwa is being aware that Allah is aware of us. It’s being cautious and fearful of disappointing Allah. Taqwa is being adamant on benefitting from every opportunity to earn Allah’s pleasure.

2. “Itqan”

Excellence Driven

Itqan is an attribute to complete every task in the most focussed and precise manner. Developing an attitude that is rooted in discipline and propulsion towards excellence. Training students in grit and perseverance is part and parcel of our curriculum.

3. “Amanah”

Trust

We, at AlManarat Islamic School aim to develop a sense of responsibility in our students. Islam can be summarized in one ayah “Those who fulfill their commitment whenever they commit.” Our students will be nurtured to fulfill their commitments to Allah, the Prophet, the family, the community and Ummah at large.

4. “Akhlaaq”

Comportment

The greatest duty of educators is to restore comportment into education. We believe that what can be taught through compassion and wisdom can never be internalized through fear and force. A prospective graduate of the school will be trained to develop themselves as a charismatic leader, a prolific writer or academic contributor and at the least a community activist.

Goals & Vision

Al-Manarat is a Canadian organization established in 2006. It was officially registered in September 2012, and has been growing successfully since then with the help of Allah (swt), our dedication and the strong support from parents. AlManarat aims to nurture each child in their spiritual, moral, intellectual, social and emotional growth in light of the Quran and the teachings of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh).

AlManarat Heights is a full-time Islamic School that offers Montessori program, Grade 1 to 8, Hifz Integrated Program and Skills Development. The primary focus of AlManarat Heights is to seek the help of Allah(swt) in producing spiritual beings that have transformative abilities.

Goals and Objectives of the Pedagogical System:

“Taqwa” – God Oriented

Taqwa is being aware that Allah is aware of us. It’s being cautious and fearful of disappointing Allah. Taqwa is being adamant on benefitting from every opportunity to earn Allah’s pleasure.

“Itqan” – Excellence Driven

Itqan is an attribute to complete every task in the most focussed and precise manner. Developing an attitude that is rooted in discipline and propulsion towards excellence. Training students in grit and perseverance is part and parcel of the curriculum.

“Amanah” – Trust

We aim to develop a sense of responsibility in our students. Islam can be summarized in one ayah “Those who fulfill their commitment whenever they commit” Our students will be nurtured to fulfill their commitments to Allah, the Prophet, the Family, the community and Ummah at large.

“Akhlaaq” – Comportment

A prospective graduate of the school will be trained to develop themselves as a charismatic leader, a prolific writer or academic contributor and at the least a community activist.

Our Core Competency

  • Ontario Curriculum Infused Islamic Curriculum
  • Most Comprehensive and Holistic Islamic Curriculum
  • Tarbiyyah Based Long Term Student Teacher Relationship
  • Provincial and National Contest Exposure
  • Maximized Retention
  • Skills Development for out of school Benefit