Monday, July 3rd – Thursday, July 27th , 2017
This is our first Summer School camp in our new facility.
By the Mercy of Allaah, and then the dedication of our students and their parents, we had a very successful school last couple of years.
We are at this time offering limited number of seats to offer quality education and skills training for our future generation. Enrollment is on a first-come first-serve basis. Click here to enroll now. Enrollment will stop once the available number of seats is filled.
Monday, July 3rd – Thursday, July 27th
Monday - Thursday, 9:00 am - 2:00 pm 4 days/week - 3 days
educational lessons; 1 day activity days inshaAllaah.
Masjid Ibrahim, 8521 Hwy 71 West, Austin, Texas 78735
5 - 13 yrs
Children are expected to bring snacks and sack-lunch every day of the school.
Children are expected to dress modestly according to Islamic tenets. No shorts above knees for boys. Girls ages 8 and above have to wear jilbab (i.e. long, single piece dress covering from shoulder to feet) with scarf (covering the hair) and khimar (covering the bosom). Boys should wear long pant and shirt.
Enroll here and make the payment in person at Masjid Ibrahim.
Field Trips and special education trips, if arranged, are optional to attend and fees will be separately collected. Parents need to accompany the child during these trips as the school is not responsible to provide the necessary transportation.
We are at this time offering limited number of seats to offer quality education and skills training. Enrollment is first come first serve. Click here to enroll now. Enrollment will stop once the number of seats is filled.
You may also call 512-MY-DAWAH (512-693-2924), or send in your registration via email to .
Br. Raihan Kamal
"I would like the Islamic [Summer] School to come on with another decision to keep the school going even when the kids go back to the school, because I think that will help the kids, the parents. Brothers, please keep up the good work, may Allaah (swt) help you all. Thanks"
"All the instructors have worked very hard Masha’Allah. My kids have gained a lot in their Islamic knowledge Masha'Allah. Especially I am very happy that they have started praying regularly. I am really happy for that. Thanks a lot for your hard work and devotion."
"Really a very enlightening experience. My children learned a lot in this school. My son was unsure about memorization now wants to memorize the 30th Juzz - This should definitely be continued and if possible expanded as well"
"I think it wasn't very nice to have cooking class only for the girls. Boys also need to learn how to cook so they also need to attend the cooking class"
"It was a pleasure to have you in Austin, we need people like you to help our children"