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Vision and mission

The center of Al Mawahib experience is relationships, and we look forward to welcoming you and your family to experience firsthand the power of a British curriculum education.

Stepping on the campus of Al Mawahib School, you enter an extraordinary place for children. It is a place where all of our energies are dedicated to helping children become their best selves. We purposefully create an environment to meet their needs from early childhood to emerging adolescence. We are pioneers in providing a leading-edge academic experience, and we are fundamentally committed to helping all of our students become people of strong character.

Al Mawahib Believe Education is the key to our students’ future. Al Mawahib strives to enable students to acquire that key by providing an alternative path to middle graduation, and setting them on the course of a lifelong practice of self-motivated learning, in an environment that prepares them for a successful life in the global 21st century.

Our Mission is to provide a balanced British curriculum with islamic education which is accessible to all and to ensure that every student is fostered with an encouraging and pleasant learning environment to help them grow into a balanced personality.

Our Young Pre classroom is for ages. This age group is working on developing their fine and gross motor skills, that are gaining independence

Respect

“What is respect” is a big concept to grasp. Try this definition of respect for kids, written in terms children can understand, and with examples of what is respect for others and what is respect for self.

A definition of respect includes 1) how you feel about someone and 2) how you treat him/her. Parents can make sure their children’s are taught to respect every one.

Responsibility

In addition to rights, children also have responsibilities, like adult members of the society. A child’s rights end where the rights of another child or an adult begin. Al Mawahib School responsibility is to inject this approach in children’s.

Honesty

What is honesty? Many children think honesty means you “don’t tell a lie”– and that is definitely part of being honest. But honesty means more than not lying. A more complete definition of honesty shows that an honest person doesn’t do things that are morally wrong. If something you do is breaking the law or if you have to hide what you are doing because you’ll get in trouble, you are probably not being honest. So honesty is about speaking and acting truthfully.

Kindness

Young children are the future hope of this country. We as parents, grandparents, educators, and leaders are challenged to help these children understand the importance of kindness, having respect for others, and having the ability to decide on what is the right thing to do and do it. Kindness is not weakness. Kindness requires strong character and is important for us as a society. Teaching and encouraging kindness to young children is the foundation for reducing violence and bullying among children.”