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The Islamic School of Cambridge was established in September 1992. It opened its doors with 18 students and 2 teachers. Tehfeez (Memorization of Quran) was the main focus of the school for the first 5 years of its life and by 1999, 20 students completed the requirements of Tehfeez program and became Hafiz. The Tehfeez program included coaching in Math and English for grades 1 to 8. Since September 1997, the school has been running a regular elementary school program following provincial curriculum. The Islamic Studies and Iqra (Reading of Quran or reciting of Quran) are part of the regular program. ISOC has matured into an established elementary school, Pre-Kindergarten through the 6th Grade with a clear mission and strong philosophy. We are known as a warm, nurturing school community that provides support and challenge for our students. Teachers are trained and bring an extraordinary dedication to their work. Involved parents support the school in numerable ways, and the Board of Directors set ambitious goals for the school’s future. he Islamic School of Cambridge (ISOC) is registered as a private school with the Ontario Ministry of Education and Training. It is owned and operated by the Islamic Centre of Cambridge. ISC does not receive any funding from any government sources. The school is financially supported by students’ fees and donations from the Muslim community at large. The Islamic School of Cambridge is located at 1550 Dunbar Road in Cambridge adjacent to the Jami Mosque. The ISOC is currently a junior kindergarten to grade 8 school serving the community since 1992. It provides an Islamic learning environment which gives children the strong and stable foundation that they need to succeed in this world and thereafter. The students learn and practice Islamic manners, self-discipline, responsibility and courtesy while dealing with their peers and teachers and most importantly the love of Allah and the Prophet (p.b.u.h.)
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