Part Time Hifz
Excellence is Religious Education
The IFT Evening Hifz Program is committed to providing students with excellent Islamic education according to the Qur’an and Sunnah, based on high moral and ethical values in an Islamic environment while they memorize the Qur'an.
An Islamic environment is defined as a place in which students receive instruction and guidance in sound moral values and a place in which dedication to Allah (swt) is nurtured.
It is the aim of the IFT Evening Hifz Program for students to complete the Hifz-ul Qur’an under the guidance of qualified and experienced Teachers according to the tenets of Tajweed and Tarteel. We seek to develop in each student a positive identity as a Muslim who is equipped spiritually, physically, and intellectually to compete is today’s world, in accordance with Islamic principles. We hope to establish within each student a strong commitment to faith, family, community, and humanity.
|Overview||Evening Hifz program allows children to memorize the Qur'an on a part-time basis, under the guidance of qualified and experienced Teachers.|
|Duration||January to December|
|Timings||Monday to Thursday 5:00 pm – 7:40 pm
Friday 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm
|School Fees||1 Child: $75/month
2 Children: $140/month
3+ Children: $200/month
*there is a 50% discount for Hafiz/Hafiza
|Registration Fees||$40.00 per child|
|Completed Application form
Registration fee, paid in cash
“Void” cheque for monthly withdrawals
The sibling discount will only be applicable for those siblings within the Evening Hifz program and not applicable to siblings in other programs.
Evening School Teachers & Staff
|Hifz 1||Maulana Farid Chauhan|
|Hifz 2||Qari Abdul-Rahman Ingar|
|Hifz 3||Maulana Zakariyya Jeebhai|
|Hifz 4||Maulana Yasir Bobat|
|Hifz 5||Hafiz Saeed Ulghar|
|Hifz 6||Qari Idris Ingar|
|Girls Hifz 1||Hafiza Jasia Islam|
|Girls Hifz 2||Hafiza Yasmine Elammari|
Q. How will I know about upcoming events at the IFT Evening School?
A. There are multiple ways to keep informed of upcoming events. Emails will be sent out periodically with any important notices or reminders. Notices and reminders will also be posted in the Evening Madressah section of the Islamic Foundation website, insha-Allah.
Q. What do I need to know about visiting the school?
A. We take educating your child seriously and try to keep distractions to a minimum. As such, we request that all parents arrange an appointment with their child's teacher either before or after class if you would like to have a meeting.
Some children, especially those new to the school, may cry and get upset when arriving for class. Parents may soothe their child outside the classroom but should not come inside in fairness to all students.
Q. How often will I receive information on my child's progress?
A. Report Cards are distributed twice a year: mid-term and at the end of the year. Parents are encouraged to contact their child's teacher any time they have a question or concern. Parent/teacher communication is vital for the success of your child.
The agenda is also an important communication tool and should be checked and signed daily.
Q. Who will contact me when my child is having difficulty?
A. If your child is experiencing academic difficulties, the classroom teacher will contact you.
Q. When will my money be deducted from my bank account?
A. Fees will be deducted from the bank account between the 8th and the 15th of every month, from January to December, excluding the month of Ramadaan.
Q. What will I need to do if I wish to remove my child from the Full-Time Hifz program?
A. Parents who wish to remove their child from the Evening Madressah will need to complete a “Withdrawal Form” and submit it before the 5th of the month in order to put a stop on the withdrawals of fees. Parents may also email us at [email protected] to notify us of a withdrawal. Verbally informing the teacher or office is not enough.
Q. What happens in the event of bad weather?
A. In the event of a school closure due to bad weather, a notice will be posted on our website and an email will be sent, notifying of a school closure. Insha-Allah, parents will also receive a call home whenever possible informing of the cancellation of school.
|January 8||PA Day|
|January 9||1st day of class 2018|
|February 17||Girls Qira'at Competition|
|February 19||Family Day Holiday|
|February 23-25||Boys Qira'at Competition|
|March 30||Good Friday Holiday|
|April 2||Easter Monday Holiday|
|May 16-June 15||Ramadan & Eid Holidays|
|June 18||Classes Resume|
|June 18-29||Midterm Exams Review|
|July 2||Canada Day Holiday|
|July 3-10||Midterm Exams|
|July 16-August 3||Summer Vacation|
|August 6||Civic Holiday|
|August 7||Classes Resume|
|August 17||Parent Teacher Interviews & Report Cards Labour Day Long Weekend|
|Aug 21-22*||Eid-ul-Adha Holiday|
|September 3||Labour Day Holiday|
|October 8||Thanksgiving Holiday|
|Nov 21 - Dec 5||Final Exam review|
|December 6 - 13||Final Exams|
|December 14 - 20||Jalsa Preparation|
|Dec 24-Jan 4||Winter Holidays|
|January 8, 2019||1st of 2019 school year|
*Depending on moon sighting