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To Enroll new students for the 2024-25 School Year
(see EPSB deadlines here)

Students Returning to Sakinah Circle

Sign in to SchoolZone between 9 a.m. on February 1 and 4 p.m. on March 22, 2024, and re-enrol.

In the second century of Islam, it was recognized by Muslim scholars that the three fundamental themes of the Qur’an: Tawhid (the Unicity of God), Risala (Prophethood), and Ma`ad (lit. the Return, meaning the Return of all created beings to the Creator through Resurrection) provide a lens through which a transformational approach to learning can be culled.

The philosophy of education that came into existence through this approach led to the emergence of scholars who were at home in exegesis of the Qur’an, Islamic Law, and science of Hadith, which deals with the sayings and actions of the Prophet, upon him blessings and peace, while they produced the most advanced text on cosmology, physics, material sciences, mathematics and astronomy.

Fundamental to learning from a Qur’anic worldview is to understand the Qur’anic view of success, which holistically encompasses success in this world and in the Hereafter. Experiencing the world, especially the natural world, with the intention of reading signs of the Creator helps to develop a learning paradigm and worldview shaped by taqwa.