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Distance learning, e-learning and online education is rapidly becoming the way of the future since they free you and your child to learn from your own home or wherever you are, under your direct supervision.

Many professional educators have deep reservations about the compulsory education system that developed during the Industrial Revolution under the specific historical situation of the Western world. Such professionals have found that, with guidance, parents can teach their children better, faster and with more care than schools can. As a result "homeschooling" is rapidly developing as a "thinking parents' alternative" to compulsory schooling. Gradually, it is gaining recognition in standard academic circles so that now many colleges accept homeschoolers. Read More


AVAILABLE FEE BASED COURSES

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Grade One
Grade One Islamic studies will cover five main units: Aqeedah and Fiqh,  Read more

Grade Two
Grade Two students will study a course comprising of the five units:  Read more
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Grade One
In Grade One students will be using the Logati curriculum text  books...  Read more

Grade Five

After completing a series of academic books, YMOH students ...  Read more
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Grade One
Grade One students will learn to read Quranic text with the correct ...  Read more

Grade Two
Grade Two students will learn letters of al ghunnah, types of idghaam, Read more
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Grade Two
In grade two, Math lessons will help the students to understand math...  Read more

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How The Quran Shapes The Brain
by Admin - Wednesday, 18 April 2012, 4:03 PM
 

How The Quran Shapes The Brain

“If it wasn’t for their political problems and constant fighting between each other, the Muslims would have been on the moon by the 1400’s” was the statement made by a non-Muslim professor in a 400-level undergraduate class on the history of science. It seems ...

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