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Academics 

Michigan Islamic Institute aims to provide a diverse set of studies that open various pathways for students to enhance their future studies and careers. Academic education is vital to a truly successful student, not only to train them to think analytically and understand complex subjects but to present and solve it in an effective way. We believe that a successful educational program plays a significant role in providing better job opportunities and comfortable lifestyles available for the student. Alongside an Islamic education, a comprehensive secular education broadens access to a successful life now and in the hereafter.

Graduates from the academic department of Michigan Islamic Institute are awarded a Diploma of Completion, stating the achievement of fulfilling the Michigan state graduation requirements for a high school diploma. This degree satisfies the secondary academic requirements needed for further studies in higher education and gives avenues for other areas of employment. After receiving this degree, students are encouraged to continue their journey of higher education in colleges and the workforce. 

Curriculum

Michigan Islamic Institute continuously strives to provide the highest standards for educational excellence provided by its programs and teachers. The academic department is held responsible for a recognized and standard secular education curriculum. In the academic department, students follow the requirements of four years of the core subjects of Math, Science, Social Studies, and English Language Arts. The priority of the curriculum is to meet the standards of the common core curriculum, without compromising on the creative and interactive learning needs of the students.

 

Our small class setting makes it ideal for students to get individual attention and instructions for each lesson, even in advanced subjects and classes. Our grading software provides information on each student's progress, allowing teachers to work on the specific needs and struggles of each student. To guarantee that no student is left without the resources to succeed, private after-school tutoring is provided for students by our teachers. Additionally, students are given PSAT and SAT coaching, practice and testing to improve their scores.

Schedule

The student's daily schedule consists of classes Monday - Friday from 8:00 am until 4:35 pm year-round. Academic classes are from 12:45 am until 4:30 pm. Each day students will rotate between 4 on-campus classes in their core subjects of Math, Science, English, and Social Studies. Semesters begin late August and end late July. 

Core Courses

FRESHMAN

  • Algebra I

  • English Language Arts 9

  • Earth & Space Science

  • U.S. & World History

  • Health & P.E. 9

  • Computer Literacy I

  • Arabic I

  • Islamic Studies I

SOPHOMORES 

  • Algebra II/ Trigonometry

  • English Language Arts 10

  • Biology

  • Government

  • Health & P.E. 10

  • Arabic I I

  • Islamic Studies I I

JUNIORS

  • Geometry

  • English Language Arts 11

  • Chemistry

  • Economics

  • Intro to Public Speaking

  • Arabic I I I

  • Islamic Studies I I I

SENIORS

  • Pre-Calculus/Calculus

  • English Language Arts 12

  • Physics

  • Community Service

  • Arabic IV

  • Islamic Studies IV

Enrollment

The admissions process begins with our online application, which is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We practice "rolling admission," where applications are saved until our next admission interview season. You may apply to Michigan Islamic Institute at any time, however, you will be contacted when the admission process. If you are applying for a specific term, please adhere to the application submission dates.

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28111 Imperial Dr 

Warren, MI 48093

Tel.  586.573.7777

Fax. 586. 806. 4445

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