Our Mission is:
To Provide Excellence in Education while Nurturing Muslim character
Our Goals Are:
- To teach in a way that educates spiritually, physically, intellectually, and emotionally.
- To provide skilled instruction at an academic level necessary for worldly success.
- To strive for excellence, social awareness, and responsibility through involvement in the community.
- To instill the attributes of integrity, citizenship, service and diversity in our children by providing Islamic Character education.
Discover how you can support MIA. Now is the time to support the expansion project, tw with your time, your efforts and your resources. Everything that we have came from Allah SWT, why should we not share it?
We, the Muslim community in Ann Arbor had a dream: a school focused on “Excellence in Education, while nurturing Islamic Character.” Twenty eight years ago, the original masjid was built, seven classrooms and library. The number of students increased; ten years later the building expanded. Now, 230 students are enrolled for the coming year and we have had to refuse many more for lack of space. You can earn the reward of saadiqah jaariyah in the blessed month of Ramadhan by donating to the building program!
Today, the halls of Michigan Islamic Academy were filled with excited faces, colorful decorations, and very grateful staff for the day going smoothly, Alhamdulillah. Students were introduced to their schedules, teachers, and the school and class policies and procedures. Students also had an opportunity
to socialize with classmates and staff during ice-breaking activities.
As part of our ongoing effort to maintain effective lines of communication
and keep parents abreast with the latest updates, weekly school news and
student pictures in Notes Home and on our website. Notes Home will
contain important information about school happenings, such as field trips, lunch information, events, student achievements, and useful resources. To
ensure that you are kept well informed, please read the newsletter on a
weekly basis. Including all important information in one newsletter helps
minimize the number of e-mails that are sent to families. If you would
prefer a hard copy of Notes Home sent with your child, please contact the
Help the Muslim Community of south-eastern Michigan to realize their dream.