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Ansaar Academy is an Islamic Sunday and Weekday-Afterschool program to provide quality Islamic education for the community of Inland Empire.  Our programs are designed to instill a model character based on the teachings of Qur’an and Sunnah of our beloved Prophet Muhammad, A correct understanding and knowledge of Islam and its history, A strong Muslim identity in our kids and youth, A keen sense of inter-faith outreach within the community and Leadership qualities for personal growth and success.

We teach Qur’an Arabic using the popular and successful Noraniah method, Qur’an and Islamic studies, including fiqh, aqeeda, seerah, and Islamic history.

Ansaar Academy is an Islamic Sunday, Weekday-Afterschool program and Friday Quran program to provide quality Islamic education for the community of Inland Empire.  Our programs are designed to instill:

  • a model character based on the teachings of Qur’an and Sunnah of our beloved Prophet Mohammad,
  • a correct understanding and knowledge of Islam and its history,
  • a strong Muslim identity in our kids and youth,
  • a keen sense of inter-faith outreach within the community, and
  • leadership qualities for personal growth and success.

The regular programs begin during a school year, which is from August through April each year for the Sunday program and from September through April for the Afterschool program. Friday Quran Program is ayear round program.

Ansaar Academy is committed to the preservation of the Islamic identity of the children and youth of our community.

OUR GOALS AND OBJECTIVES:

  • To provide our children an enriched learning environment in every aspect of their tarbiyah.
  • To teach students about the importance of Islamic beliefs and pillars in a Muslim’s life.
  • To help students acquire knowledge about the life of Prophet Muhammad (SAW), his companions, and other prophets in order to foster the development of virtuous character in them.
  • To teach students the reading and memorization of the Qur’an.
  •  To acquaint students with the Arabic language.
  • To build an understanding of the moral issues facing students and present Islam’s relevance in dealing with these issues.

 

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