Youth Sunday Program


The Youth Sunday Program has concluded for the 2016-2017 year. We will commence again in Fall 2017. Stay tuned for further details!

Children, ages 5-12, and Teens, ages 13-18, will learn from adults, youth and from each other the basics of our faith and how we can integrate it with compassionate action in the model of our prophets and elders. The program will be a combination of classes and service projects held on Sundays. Classes and service projects will be separated among the following age groups: KG/1st grade (ages 5-6), 2nd/3rd grades (ages 7-8), 4th/5th grades (ages 9-10), 6th/7th grades (ages 11-12), and Teens (ages 13-18).


Our new curriculum for Islamic Studies is based on modern teaching methods developed by Wiggins and McTighe of Understanding by Design. This philosophy adheres to the backward design of unit planning, working from the end in mind to where we want to see our students after they complete our program. Click here to review our curriculum. Our Arabic/Qur’an curriculum this year will be based on the Bidaya program. For more on the Bidaya program, please click here.

service-oriented goals

Students will focus on putting their faith to action and work on community service projects for the betterment of our community in America and abroad. Service dates will be held in-house with tentative field trips planned. Students will build relationships based on respect and service with our greater American and Muslim community.

Important Information

All parents are required to be a full-day volunteer for each child enrolled during the year. Parent Volunteers are to be present for the full class day and will assist teachers as needed. You will also be asked to serve lunch, clean up afterwards, and set-up for Dhuhr prayer.

Before completing Sunday School registration, both students and parents must read and consent to the following:

  • I will hold myself to a high standard of trustworthiness, respectfulness, and commitment.
  • I will be punctual, participatory, responsible, and respectful of others.
  • I will cooperate with others and compete only with myself.
  • Above all, I will follow the examples of the Prophet and his companions.
  • All parents are required to be a full-day volunteer for each child enrolled during the year.
  • Parents agree to support their children at all school-related activities.
  • Parents agree to hold harmless Mohammed Webb Foundation and its members, directors, officers and employees, from and against any liability or claim arising from injuries sustained by their child through participation in school-related activities.
  • Parents agree to give Mohammed Webb Foundation volunteers authority to transport their child to and from service project locations and other activities.

Please email if you disagree with any of the guidelines listed above.

For more information, please refer to the 2016-2017 Student/Parent Handbook.


Kindi Academy, 5801 Westview Lane, Lisle, IL 60532


$550 per year

Scholarships are offered for those in financial need. Please email our Accounting Manager ( for more information.

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