Preadolescence is a crucial stage that Sahlah online middle school is aware of its requirements and effective methods of teaching. The child's mind becomes more able to understand more complicated facts and principles, as well as, a lot of questions start to appear.
It’s a transition stage between being a child and a teenager. In Sahlah accredited online middle school, we deliver a curriculum that qualifies students to know what they like to learn deeper. Youngsters will start to ask questions related to their future and what they need to achieve.
We help them develop decisive personalities and teach them all available choices through rich and high-quality syllabus content. We are your youngster’s entrance to a stable teenage stage that makes them know their duties and rights.
Our educational program follows the US educational regime while also banning anything that might compromise the Islamic identity.
Sahlah academy succeeds in establishing a warm environment that receives students’ questions at any time, developing a strong connection between the teacher and them. The syllabus we consider applying knowledge as the major learning core.
Sahlah is an accredited online middle school that always looks for efficient ways to deliver difficult knowledge and make it easier to digest. Lessons are divided into smaller chunks to give students a better opportunity to practice every section.
Every course has its distinctive nature and conditions. Sahlah teachers’ mastery of each subject allows them to use a suitable teaching method. Teachers discuss and demonstrate the application of concepts to emphasize and summarize at the end of each class.
We encourage our students to review and express their opinions and reflection on the middle school online curriculum. This helps them know the importance of presenting thoughts freely and unlocking their creative energies.
Teachers consider the physical and psychological changes students are facing, that might affect their moods, concentration, and understanding. Teachers always have the right method that keeps the students’ peace of mind and secures the learning pace.
Every lesson will be perfectly timed to maximize student benefit and allow for breaks, review of previous material, and practice of new material. Teachers follow a schedule in order to strike the ideal balance between time and product quality.
Education experts contend that between the ages of 10 and 13 is when humans begin to truly discover who they are and what they are capable of. Sahlah releases students' potential to begin their journey of self-discovery and become who they are meant to be.
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.
Chairman of the Board of Trustees
25+ Years in Consulting, Training and Coaching.
Starting from age 11.
It depends on the student’s potential to learn and gain knowledge, as well as, available scheduling.
Homeschooling and one-on-one virtual schooling involve student-paced learning. While group classes involve class-based learning.
Check first the requirements for online learning and homeschooling in your state. Next, set goals for your youngster. You can use testing services for homeschoolers, as it’s for families who look for a more formal way to evaluate their children’s academic progress.
You can check your youngster’s progress using these at-home, nationally normed standardized tests.
No. Because every family is unique, it is up to you to decide how long you want to enroll your youngsters in homeschool or an online school. It is easy to join and leave.