ISGL currently offers a weekend Quran and Islamic studies school at its premises, by the name Al Rahma School. A volunteer team of approximately 20 dedicated teachers and administration staff operates the school, which starts at: 10:00 AM and goes till Sala’t Ul Duhr at: 1:30 PM.
Al-Rahma School closely follows the local public school calendar for maximum convenience for our community members. The school offers, classes from 1st (5 years of age) through 8th grades and Youth Jr and Youth for high school aged boys and girls
The first day of school will be Sunday, September 8th, 2019, starting at 10:00 AM Insha’Allah.
Sunday School Levels
Students grade levels as shown below:
Level 1: First Grade
Level 2: Second Grade
Level 3: Third Grade
Level 4: Four Grade
Level 5: Fifth Grade
Level 6: Sixth Grade
Level 7: Seventh Grade
Level 8: Eighth Grade
Level Youth and Youth Jr: All High School Students Grade 9 – 12
Tuition for 2019-2020 School Year
First child – $315 for the full year.
Level 1 – 8 each additional student – $157.50 each for the full year.
HS Level student(s) – $150.00 each for the full year.
All full-time Volunteers will be half off your full tuition bill.
Parent Volunteer Requirement for 2019-2020 School Year
All families will be required to volunteer 4 hours per family during the upcoming school year to help with duties such as security, snack time, monitoring kids, or helping in classrooms. Sign-up sheets will be available on the 1st day. There will be no exceptions to this requirement, so please consider your commitment before moving forward with the payment option.
New for 2019-2020 School Year
Masha’Allah, we will be starting a new curriculum this year for all the students structured for a weekend learning environment.
The Sunday school timings for all grades 10:00 a.m. and dismissal at 1:30 p.m. after Dhuhr Prayers.
Students in levels 1 – 8 will require a parent to come to the door to pick up their child(ren) for their safety.
If an early dismissal is needed prior notification to the administration office is required.
Registration and Payment
Come on Sunday, September 8th starting at 9:30 am and update your information with the school administration, you can pay your fees by either cash, check(bring post dated checks if doing a payment plan) or credit card through the Mohid Kiosk.
If payments are not received on Sunday, September 8th and no other payment arrangement have been made, your child’s spot will be given to the next person on the waiting list.
If you are unable to pay the full amount and need to set up a monthly installment plan or become a full-time volunteer to reduce your fees in half, please see the school administration to arrange a payment plan or to see about volunteer opportunities still available that you can do every week.
If you have any questions, please call Sr Nargis at 978-479-2031 or e-mail at Nargima[at]hotmail
AlRahma School Administration
- G1-G4: Focus is on Arabic reading and writing and Quran memorization of 12 small sura’hs
- G5-G8: Focus is more on Islamic Studies (Pillars of Islam) and Quran
- Youth Junior: A general review and in depth discussions of topics in Islamic Studies
- Youth: Current topics to reinforce identity and Islamic behavior and Akhlaq
The school organizes a Quran competition held annually in April.
At the end of the school year, Al-Rahma holds a fun-filled school picnic open to the ISGL community. It is a way to celebrate a year of Islamic learning and growth.
Youth MIST Activities
- Youth participate in Boston Muslim Interscholastic Tournament held annually at MIT campus, in Cambridge, MA
- Youth participate in annual Walk for Hunger in Boston, MA
- Youth take active role in outreach and interfaith activities