Qur’an Memorization Program Overview
Qur’an Memorization is a communal obligation in Islam. Noor-Ul-Iman School provides a Qur’an Memorization Program to fulfill this communal obligation. Students from third grade through twelfth are challenged to memorize as much of the Qur’an as they choose to master.
To date, over fifty students, male and female, have finished memorizing the entire Qur’an in the hafidh program at Noor-Ul-Iman School. While completing their memorization in the hafidh program, students are required to attend all academic and religious classes and maintain at least a B average in all subject areas. As per the Islamic Society of Central Jersey (ISCJ) and NUI tradition, NUI male Huffadh act as Imams at ISCJ, leading the first two rakaas of Taraweeh Prayer during Ramadan. Male Huffadh from NUI have acted as Khateebs of the Friday prayer and Qaris who led all or most of the Taraweeh Prayers at various masajid.
Hifdh Program Director
Shaykh Khaled Amer
Shaykh Mamdouh Selim
Br. Omaier Attawia
HIFDH Program Schedule
- The program will have six students per session with each Shaykh in different levels of memorization based on the individual student plan.
- The program meets twice a week Monday and Wednesday or Tuesday and Thursday
HIFDH Program Timings
The program runs from 3:45 pm- 4:45 pm