EXPERIENCE MEDINA BAYE
The city of our (spiritual) father
The Qur’an School
AAII’s Qur’anic School is respected internationally for educating young male and female Muslims. Students in the Qur’anic School learn to read, write and memorize the verses of the Holy Qur’an toward the goal of becoming Hafiz, i.e., one who has committed the entire Qur’an to memory. Each year, celebrations are held to honor students who have successfully reached this goal.
AAII’s Qur’an Schools in Medina-Kaolack and Cosi-Atlanta, Senegal offer an international faculty who teach Qur’an within an Islamic environment and provide students with a rich cross cultural experience. AAII’s Qur’anic School consists of twelve months of instruction.
AAII’s Qur’an Schools currently serve 1,800 students. Potential students from throughout West Africa, America, Europe and the Caribbean continue to apply for admission, but are turned away due the lack of teachers, classrooms and dormitories to accommodate them.