The Hifz Program
Tawheed Center’s Hifz School is a rigorous program in which students memorize the Holy Quran in an average of three to four years. Experienced teachers are appointed to not only help students concentrate on memorization of the Holy Quran, but to also build and develop good character.
Our Hifz classes are five and half hours Monday through Friday and three hours on Saturdays. During this time, students memorize new lessons while also reviewing their old juz.
To ensure that our students’ secular studies are not affected during their hifz, students are required to enroll in the Michigan Virtual Learning Academy Consortium (VLAC). This is a state-accredited program. Students are given several hours a day to work on their assignments in school. Students also participate in standardized testing such as the M-STEP on an annual basis.
By the Grace of Allah, since Tawheed Center Hifz School’s inception in 2006:
- 50+ boys have graduated.
- 7 girls have graduated.
- 1 student recited the entire Quran in one day.
- 20+ graduates are leading taraweeh in local masjids or homes.
- 9 students have begun alim course on a part time basis.
Alhamdulillah, many of our graduates have gone on to excel in a variety of fields. These include:
- Graduating with distinction from rigorous high school programs such as International Academy (IA) and the International Baccalaureate (IB) program
- Graduating from prestigious universities such as the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor and Wayne State University.
- Pursuing higher education in challenging fields such as medicine, engineering and architecture.
The timings are from 8:20 am – 4:30 pm Monday-Friday and 11 am – 2 pm on Saturdays. A holiday schedule is sent to parents at the beginning of the academic year.
Admission Criteria and Process
The Hifz program is open to boys and girls (separate classes) from ages 8-13. Students must be in at least third grade in order to be considered for acceptance. After downloading and completing the application form from the links below, please call Hafiz Wahaaj at (770) 866-1992. An interview will be arranged which will include a test of the student’s reading of Quran for both fluency and tajweed. Based on the results of this tests students may either be accepted into the program or referred to our Afternoon Quran Program (Maktab) in order to bring their tajweed and reading up to the standards required for acceptance into the Hifz program.
Registration and Additional Information
For Hifz Program information please click on the appropriate links below.
|Program Info||Hifz Application Form||Admission Policy|
|Discipline Policy||Homework Policy||Guidelines for Parents|
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For further information, please contact Hafiz Wahaaj at (770) 866-1992 or email@example.com.
“Tawheed Center Hifz School is not a state-accredited program/school. It is a religious instructional and teaching program. Parents enroll their children in an online academic program and are responsible for its completion.”