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It is recommended that parents visit Medina-Kaolack, Senegal prior to enrolling their children in order to familiarize themselves with the community in which their children will be living and the traditional method of teaching students will experience. It is further recommended that children under ten years of age be accompanied by a parent who will remain to provide the necessary care and supervision young children require.

The Arabic School curriculum includes:

Interpretation of the Holy Qur’an,
Islamic Jurisprudence
Application of Islamic Principles in the 21st Century
Biography of Prophet Muhammad
Arabic Grammar
Practical Sciences

AAII’s Arabic School currently serves 600 students. Young Muslim men and women from diverse geographic and cultural backgrounds seeking admission are being turned away due to lack of resources to build additional classrooms, hire more teachers and provide gender-specific dormitories. As a result, many opportunities to provide a balanced Islamic education are lost to the well-financed schools that promote an extremist ideology, and from which Muslim women are completely excluded.

AAII Arabic School

AAII’s Arabic School offers a complete primary and secondary academic education in the Arabic language. Students of all ages learn to think, read, and write in Arabic in all required academic subjects. AAII’s Arabic School consists of ten months of instruction. Students may remain in Medina-Kaolack or travel home for vacation, at their parents’ discretion.