Middle School

Middle school is one of the most important steps for your child to have a successful high school career. Annoor Islamic Middle School is the place to be.

Our middle school consists of 6th grade through 8th grade. The 6th-8th grade students have the four core subjects English language arts, Math, Science and Social Studies, along with Qur’an, Islamic Studies, and Arabic. They utilize the latest language arts and math curriculum. They consistently score above the state average in both language arts and math. For our 6th and 7th graders, they have a double block of math to strengthen their math foundation to allow them to excel in high school. 8th-grade students are able to take Algebra I (if qualified) and can receive high school credit for it.

In QIA, students further develop their mastery of Tajweed rules. They memorize the 29th and 28th juz of the Qur’an, study Fiqh, Aqueedah, Hadith, Tafseer, and Seerah. They continue to develop their Arabic vocabulary, speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills.

In middle school, our students work with different age groups in “Advocacy time” to develop Islamic character, build big brother/sister relationships, and to perform community service. Advocacy allows students to connect more with their teachers, improve study skills, and to have fun.

For extracurricular activities, we have a middle school “Girls on the Run” program where girls build a stronger self-body image, learn a healthy lifestyle, and build character. Middle school students can participate in Student Council (STUCO), yearbook club, and compete in the annual Science Olympiad against other schools. We also have an after-school Qur’an memorization (Hafidh) program.