Dar Al-Taqwa

10740 Route 108, Ellicott City, Maryland, 21042 USA

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Attanshia Program

What: Attanshia Program (Nurturing- التنشئة) After School Qur’an and Islamic Studies Program for Children AKA TAQI
When: Mon – Wed 5:30-7:30pm
Where: Onsite at DAT in the Basement Multi-Purpose Hall
How: Using Naseeha curriculum for Islamic Studies AND Nooraniya Qaaidah and Mushaf for Quran
Who: Boys and Girls ages 5-14. Exceptions outside this can be made on a case-by-case basis
Why: DAT’s Attanshia Program is committed to teaching students the recitation and memorization of portions of the Qur’an with Tajweed and instilling within them the central and essential teachings of Islam which are obligatory on every Muslim to learn. This program is geared towards each and every elementary and middle school Muslim boy and girl in our community and is an ideal opportunity for school-going children to learn the recitation of the Qur’an, gain an Islamic education, and learn Islamic values and morals in a nurturing and loving environment. This program strives to instill in each student the love and understanding of God, His Prophet, and Islam, and develop within them a positive Muslim identity committed to faith, family, and community.

DAT’s Attanshia program is structured using a world-class curriculum used in hundreds of schools focusing on the Islamic upbringing of youth from childhood to adolescence and beyond. The program concentrates on Islamic history, manners and morals, worship and supplication, and of course Quran recitation and memorization.

Schedule: This program will initially consist of 6 hours of in-class teaching and interaction per week, Monday-Wednesday.
Start Date: Monday, Sep 20th, 2021
Cost: $25/month + $40 book + supplies fee. Need-based scholarships are available.
Registration: Click here to register today:
Instructor: Classes are taught by highly qualified graduates from Islamic Universities and Seminaries. Teachers include Shaykha Azza, Ustadha Najla, Ustadha Raafia, Sheikh Walid, and Ustadh Hayder. Under the supervision of Sheikh Aamir, the Director of Religious Services at Dar Al-Taqwa.