The idea of an Islamic School was foreign and well received by the existing parents who requested continuation of their children’s schooling in an Islamic environment. After many meetings and consultations with others in the private school sector, we commenced with the introduction of Grade 1 in 1997 and each year progressed to a higher grade.
Alhamdulillah, it is only through the Grace of Allah that Mohamed Ebrahim Islamic School is today a fully fledged primary school catering for learners from Grade RR to Grade 7. Our approximate annual roll is 420 learners. Our founding mission was and will always be to enable children from disadvantaged backgrounds the opportunity to receive quality education in an Islamic environment. Approximately 40% of our learners are on a full zakaah bursary.
Our school fees are also comparatively much lower to that of other private schools, thus enabling learners from all economic backgrounds an opportunity to attend our institute.
Our pioneers: Ebrahim Kamdar , Adam Kamdar, Adam Ebrahim : the pioneers behind the foundation and existence of the school. Great sacrifice of time and effort had been made with regards to the infrastructure and growth of the school. These three worked tirelessly to ensure that the preschool was ready to receive its first batch of learners in July 1996.
Our initial committee members: The late Hamid Mohamed, late Essa Khan, Mr Khamissa, late Dr CNM Kamdar, late Moulana Syedullah and other community members who served on the first committee which worked towards the establishment of the primary school.
Our donors and sponsors be it, businesses or individuals. Your contribution to the school is a means of sadaqah to you and your family. Your donations ensure that learners from indigent home environments are able to receive equal education opportunities at Mohamed Ebrahim Islamic School.
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