Rufqa FAQs

Q: What grade I can enroll my kids to Rufqa program?

A: Rufqa is for middle school kids. We have three grades 6th, 7th and 8th.

Q: What are the exact timings of the Rufqa classes?

A: Saturdays from 11:00-2:15 are regular class timings. Zuhr salah is part of the program.

Q: What are the class dates for 2021-2022? Are there any holidays?

A: Orientation is on August 14; the first day of class is on August 21; the last day of class is on December 11; and the holidays are September 4, October 9 and November 27

Q:   What is the tuition? 

A: Rufqa 6th, 7th, and 8th grade tuition is $210 ($170 + $40 Books) per semester.

Q: Is the Rufqa program a right fit for my child?

A: If your child has already completed some elementary Islamic education and want to learn Arabic language, Seerah, Hadith and about Companion of Holy Prophets in addition discuss middle school challenges in a workshop open format session then this program is right for your child. Its scope is such that it will require motivation on the student’s part to attain benefit and be a better Muslim.

Q: Can a student join in the spring semester?

A: No, new students are only accepted in the fall semester.

Q: How are students assessed in Rufqa?

A: Students are graded on their homework, quizzes and exams. Attendance is also mandatory. Students must score at least 70% in exam to quality and promoted to next grade.

Q: Do students need to buy books?

A: We collect the cost of books as part of semester fees. Parents can buy or use books if they it at home.