Islamic Saturday School at DAYA Center Was Split Due To High Number of Students

//Islamic Saturday School at DAYA Center Was Split Due To High Number of Students

Islamic Saturday School at DAYA Center Was Split Due To High Number of Students

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Our first day of Islamic Saturday School at DAYA Center was very excited. The diverse muslim communities in South Philadelphia were very enthusiastic to enroll their children this semester. “I was looking for Islamic School like this in South Philly and I found this place. Thank you for doing this great work,” said Sarah, a parent who came from Algeria a few years ago.

Even though there is a high interest for Islamic education in South Philadelphia area, DAYA Center has very limited space. The school management decided to split the school into two periods. The first period is at 10am and the second period is at 1pm. The school teaches Quran (Hifz), Arabic, and Islamic Studies (Dirasat Islamiyah). “Insha Allah we will split the class next week because we out of capacity today,” said Hakima Lachguer, a teacher.

If you interested in enrolling you children, please stop by on Saturdays or call/text us 361-425-7637 or e-mail us on haryo@dompetdhuafa-usa.org.

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