Islamic Studies

At NASS we aspire to develop confident American Muslims. Accordingly, we are offering classes for Pre-K to high school. Our curriculum helps the student understand Islam from more than one perspective. Students will learn Five pillars of Islam, Stories from the Quran,
 Islamic greetings and expressions, Respect for parents and elders, Tahara (Cleanliness), Wudu, Salah
, Life of Previous Prophets, Life of Muhammad(SAW), and Life of Sahaba.

Quranic studies

Our curriculum will help build the student’s foundation for memorizing the Holy Qur'an along with basic translation and tafsir. For this we will use Juzz ‘Amma, Juzz Tabarak and parts of the Quran for memorization.The surah is followed by explanation of the verses based on the authentic commentary. A “words to know” section provides root and derivatives of several key words used in the surah. This is further elaborated into a word-to-word meaning of the entire surah. This is followed by an “Application of the Message”.

Quranic Reading

Our curriculum will help build the student’s foundation for learning the Holy Qur'an in Arabic. the curriculum focuses on proper Quranic recitation with tajweed rules, emphasizing on Makharij and Siffat al huroof, given in the Textbooks along with Qaida Nooorania. Our Syllabus includes Points of articulation of letters, Characteristics of letters, Ghunna, Qalqalah mechanisms, Rules of noon sakinah and tanween, Izhaar, Idghaam, Ikhfa, Iqlaab, and other special cases, Meem sakinah rules and Lengthening (Mudood rules) and so forth.


Understanding of Quran is very important to implement on it. At Noor, we strive to teach basic tafseer of the Quran starting from Juzz 'Amma. Basing on the grade level they also learn the Tafsir of different parts of the Quran.


Lunch is critical to student health and well-being. We at NASS focus on total well being of students, we provide lunch for them at minimum price where the students interact with other students, build friendship and learn manners and etiquettes.


Salah is second most important pillar of Islam. Allah(SWT) himself mentions the establishment Salah(Prayer) numerous times in the Holy Quran. We at NASS focus on importance of Salah and also teach our students Taharah, Wudu and many different aspects of Salah.