Weekend Islamic school Policies

  • The weekend Islamic school in overseen by the ISGVF board of Trustees.
  • All school staff members and officials are volunteers with the exception of the school office admin.
  • The Board of Trustees appoints the School Directors, Principals and vice principals. All appointments are for a one year term starting July 1.
  • The weekend school hours are, on Saturdays and Sundays from 8:00 AM to 2 PM.
    1. Students age limits for admission are five years minimum and eighteen years maximum on the September 1 of enrolling year.
    2. Classes for levels KG, level one, two, three and four (approximately ages 5 – 10) are held on Saturdays and Sundays from 8:00 AM to 10:30 AM.
    3. Classes for levels five, six, seven, eight and High School (HS) (approximately ages 11 – 18) are held on Saturdays and Sundays from 10:45 AM to 1:15 pM.
    4. Ages for the Elementary sessions are 5 to 10
    5. Ages for the Mid-High sessions are 11 to 18
  • No other meetings or programs are permitted on the premises during school hours.
  • The School Administration is not permitted to hold any program outside school curriculum during school hours.
  • The Weekend Islamic School is divided by academic and age levels.
  • The school fees, cost of books and supplies are requested to be paid in full at the time of registration.The Weekend Islamic School is overseen by the ISGVF Board of Trustees.
  • The school fees, cost of books and supplies are non refundable after completion of registration.
  • Parents are responsible for the school fee, cost of books and supplies for the entire academic year once their child is registered, even if the child drops out of the school, i.e., there is no partial year school fee or cost of books and supplies.
  • All visiting groups during school hours are required a prior approval, either from the President, respective School Director or from the respective School Principal.
  • Both school sessions hold combined annual graduation for all classes at the end of each academic year, preferably on Sunday. The School Directors, Principals and teachers plan graduation and coordinate with the help of the Executive Council members.