The first step in any journey is the most crucial. Because of this, Sahlah's online elementary school helps Muslim kids find their way in life by using a special educational curriculum that enables them to set goals and discover their passions while protecting their young minds from harmful concepts.
Teaching younger students is like writing on a blank page that might eventually become the first chapter of a valuable book. We revamp our curriculum to make it more entertaining and engaging for children.
With the assistance of an experienced and knowledgeable team of teachers and subject specialists, we provide all the elements that create happy students who love what they learn and believe in its values.
Our educational program adheres to the US educational regime while also filtering out anything that might compromise the Islamic identity. Sahlah academy places a strong emphasis on instilling the kids with a wealth of knowledge, uplifting their spirits with noble ideals, and guarding their pure hearts with Islamic teachings.
The English curriculum for the elementary stage (K-5) involves the fundamentals of English as a language including phonics, reading, writing, grammar, vocabulary, spelling, and handwriting.
The students learn and practice through class and exercise e-books in order to get the teachers’ feedback and direction. Interactive games and exercises are used in the class to reinforce the concepts being discussed.
Sahlah is one of the online schools for elementary education that respects children's minds and teaches them from a young age how to develop critical thinking and become successful decision-makers. We think that leaders are shaped early.
Sahlah's online elementary school provides engaging live classes that encourage students to enjoy their first steps in learning and help them understand the procedures they should adhere to in order to successfully learn and acquire knowledge.
As an accredited online elementary school, Sahlah is constantly looking for ways to improve communication between teachers and students. This leads to fruitful discussions that help students find their own distinctive style of self-expression.
Sahlah is an online Muslim elementary school that offers Islam as one of its main subjects. It also aims to plant the seeds of Islamic identity in the kids, which will grow as time passes. Our lessons, resources, and teachers consider Islam.
Each child is born with a certain nature; independent, imaginative, demanding, reserved, gifted, or active. Your child grows, learns, and develops at his own pace while being under your eye with the best accredited online homeschool elementary program.
By fostering self-esteem, self-respect, and confidence in their potential for development, Sahlah's accredited online elementary school helps its young students develop the characteristics they need to start their lives with and grow their personalities.
When compared to education in public schools, our learning strategies produce reading test results that are 44% higher
Managers at Sahlah are highly qualified and with extensive expertise in the field
Dr. Abdelkader Amor
Founder & Principal
20+ years of experience in education, consulting, and Islamic finance. And 10+ as CEO of Almaali Group for Financial Consulting.
Member of the trustee board
20+ years of experience in education and Shariah Advisory. Former VP and Senior Shariah Consultant for AlRajhi Bank
20+ years of experience in education and digital solutions Former education manager of Apple Middle East.
Dr. Amr Hussain
Strategy & marketing advisor
15+ years of experience in Marketing, corporate strategy & business development. The CEO of GainWells & Master Business School.
Dr. Mohamed Basheer
Chairman of the Board of Trustees
20+ years of experience in Education. A Consultant to several MNEs. The Founder of a school chain in the USA.
Starting from age 5.
It depends on the student’s potential to learn and gain knowledge, as well as, available scheduling.
In case of homeschooling, it’s student paced, as well as in case of 1 to one virtual schooling. In case of group classes, it will be class based.
First, check your state’s homeschooling and online school requirements. Next, set goals for your child. Families who want a more official way to assess student progress use testing services for homeschoolers.
These at-home, nationally normed standardized tests are one way to determine whether your child is progressing. How you gauge progress will ultimately depend on your family.
No. It is up to you to decide how long you want to enroll your kids for a homeschool or an online school because every family is different. It’s simple to enter and exit.