Arabic is one of the oldest languages in the world with a wealth of knowledge that Archeologists to this day are still trying to uncover. Importance of Arabic has roots going back as far as the sixth century. The Middle East has a rich storytelling history that has produced some of the most significant contributions in such areas as mathematics, navigation, astrology, and architecture.
Arabic plays an important role in the Islamic faith because Arabic is the language of the Holy Quran. Muslims holds the importance of Arabic language in very high esteem with most of their beliefs being inseparable from Arabic.
Islamic Studies has become a subject of strategic importance in our multicultural society
Islam is a way of life for Muslims, not simply a belief. In order for Muslims to grow up living their life in the Islamic way, they must learn and practice Islam from a young age. Rather than a child living his life believing or practicing something wrong, formal Islamic education enables a child to learn about Islam from properly trained teachers and from reliable resources provided for them.