Sahlah online high school considers every trait that changes in your teenagers as they grow. Our teachers adapt to them making the learning process more focused and beneficial. We apply advanced teaching methods that deliver knowledge through shortcut paths, preventing boredom, and concentration loss from controlling the situation.
Our parenting experts give your teenagers the space they build their privacy zones in. They also know their need for free time to do other activities besides learning. Adding challenges, in the form of tasks, to the learning process sometimes gives the students the required motivation to continue learning. Sahlah prepares high school students for a smooth transfer and straightforward path to the university.
Our educational program applies the US educational curriculum while also removing anything that might compromise the Islamic identity. A high school is where your teens get prepared for college. Intensive and detailed teaching is provided to allow the students to completely cover any curriculum, which helps them determine if they need to know more about it or not.
Sahlah delivers a distinctive package of elective courses that qualify any student to join college. We not only help them grow but we also guide them to ace every subject:
When choosing the university they need to enroll in, our teachers help students find the high standards of education they should seek. This allows them to make decisions based on their preferences and facts. They also receive support in navigating their paths in life.
Sahlah is not only an educational organization, but it also contributes to developing the student life experience. We help students to become aware of the meaning of being an adult and become more responsible and logical. We’ve always treated them as matures.
As an online homeschool program in high school, Sahlah develops new ideas to uplift the students' levels of creativity and innovation to use them in college, work, and daily life. This results in a fresh mindset that affects all activities and ideas.
Teachers support students in acquiring new skills and adopting efficient learning strategies that they can use in college and life. Students can learn material without spending a lot of time on revision by using mind mapping and mind palace techniques.
Homeschooled teenagers have the opportunity to specialize in their areas of interest through Sahlah's online high school diploma. Specialization aids children in accelerating their safe and healthy maturation. In the end, they tend to become happier people.
Teenagers are shielded from stress and peer pressure when they have a sense of independence and freedom from the start. This helps students become more productive compared to regular schoolers. They develop a spirit of initiative and become more involved in various communities.
More than 25% of the World's population are Muslims, know more about the world's second most spreading religion, and enroll in the Islamic studies program.
Managers at Sahlah are highly qualified and with extensive expertise in the field
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.
Strategy & marketing advisor
15+ years of experience in Marketing, corporate strategy & business development. The CEO of GainWells & Master Business School.
Starting from age 14.
It depends on the student’s aptitude for learning and knowledge acquisition as well as the scheduling options.
Homeschooling and one-on-one virtual schooling involve student-paced learning. While group classes involve class-based learning.
Check first your state’s laws regarding homeschooling and online education. Next, make goals for your teen. For families looking for a more formal way to assess their teens’ academic progress, testing services are available to homeschoolers.
You can check your teen’s progress using these at-home, nationally normed standardized tests.
In general, colleges require students to complete 5 to 7 elective credits during high school.