Mission and Vision Statement

Al-Iman School Mission and Vision Statement

Focus of Al-Iman School 

“Allah will exalt in degree those of you who believe and who have

been granted knowledge; and Allah is aware of what you do” Holy Qur’an 58:11


The future of the Muslim community depends on an educated and responsible body, of individuals grounded in Islamic tenets and principles.  Thus, Al-Iman School’s main objective is the Islamic development and academic preparation of Muslim youth to compete for success in this life and the hereafter.


Philosophy Statement

Al-Iman School shall be guided by the Qur’an (the Holy Book) and the Sunnah (traditions of the Prophet Muhammad) according to the methodology of the People of Sunnah and Jama’ah (the Rightly Guided Predecessors).

Mission Statement

Al-Iman School shall, provide an Islamic environment that offers quality education and leadership skills to develop global awareness and 21st Century skills.

Vision Statement

In order to achieve its mission Al-Iman School shall:

  • Provide an Islamic and professional learning environment by integrating Islamic Teaching into the North Carolina Standard Course of Study.
  • Foster Islamic Character by implementing a Character Education Curriculum in partnership with all stakeholders (school board, staff and faculty, parents, and students)
  • Maintain its status of a recognized private school as outlined within the General Statues of the State of North Carolina.

 Statement of Purpose

Within the scope and meaning of the Qur’an and Sunnah (traditions of Prophet Muhammad), the purpose of Al-Iman School is:

1.   To provide students with learning opportunities which will help them to direct their thinking and adjust their conduct toward their faith in Allah, in Mohammed (peace be upon Him) as His Messenger and in Islam as the complete way of life.

2.   To set the foundation for the building of an Islamic personality.

3.   To train students in communication skills in both Arabic and English.

4.   To provide students with the highest standard of education, which will enable them to be responsible and productive individuals who will confidently meet the challenges of the future.

Al-Iman School offers the Following Commitments

  • To provide a safe orderly environment conducive to learning.
  • To maintain high expectations for staff and students.
  • To use time-on-task and active-student participation approaches.
  • To involve parents and the community in the school.
  • To use measures of pupil achievement as a basis for program evaluation.

Character and Honor

Core Values:

At Al-Iman School, we value equally the following core values:

Excellence in teaching and learning

We value the transformational growth that takes place when teachers and students experience the joy of learning together. A collaborative academic culture nurtures intellectual courage, curiosity, and creativity.

Personal achievement in mind, body, and spirit

We value intellectual, physical, and spiritual wholeness. We inspire our youth to discover their talents, pursue their passions, and achieve their personal best.


We value honor and integrity as central to building character. Our individual and shared commitment to honor, embodied in the Honor Code, creates a foundation of trust and respect essential to an ethical and moral life.


We value relationships that connect us to each other and to the larger world. We aspire to be a nurturing community that respects the dignity of every human being.


We cherish and celebrate our heritage, one that is rich in tradition, Islamic values and opportunity for all students. The best of our past forms the foundation for the best of our future.

Honor Code

Each Al-Iman School student pledges to “uphold the highest Islamic standard of personal integrity in every phase” of his/her life at the school. By making this promise, each student contributes to the creation of a community whose members can enjoy the security and freedom made possible by trust. A student upholds the highest Islamic standard of personal integrity when s/he is honest, respectful, and responsible, but s/he also upholds the Islamic standard when s/he accepts accountability for conduct that is dishonest, disrespectful, or irresponsible. If a student has lied, cheated, stolen, or plagiarized, the purpose of the discipline process is to enable a student to accept responsibility for his/her actions and then to rebuild the trust that s/he has broken with the school.

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