Islamic Studies in grade 9 and 10 build the foundation for students in building their beliefs, understand their Islamic identity, learn various Islamic principles, understand the rules and discover the beauty of prayer, fasting, and other ways of worshipping Allah. Islam is taught with love, reason, compassion, and as a means to mental and spiritual well-being for each student. Our curriculum also focusses on students being able to present Islam to the wider community and defend it against any misconceptions or false narratives. In grade 11, students study the history of Islamic civilization from the rightly guided Khulafa’ all the way to the fall of the Uthmani Khilafah. They get to critique and analyze the success of the various dynasties as well as reasons for their downfall, and learn lessons from each. All the above mentioned courses are accredited with the ministry of education and students receive a credit towards completion of their OSSD requirements.