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Welcome to City of Knowledge Islamic School!

A Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) accredited pre-school through 12th grade education

over 20 YEARS STRONG WITH A 100% COLLEGE MATRICULATION RATE

 


 

Founded in 1994

built by the COMMUNITY in search of a comprehensive education

City of Knowledge School was established in Pomona, California in 1994 by individuals who were looking to enrich their children spiritually and academically. Since then, the school has been cultivated by a powerful and nurturing community with common values. In 2001, City of Knowledge received its first WASC Accreditation (via the Western Association of Schools and Colleges) and has maintained its accreditation since.

 

Raising the bar

100% college acceptance by applicants

100% college matriculation

Multiple university scholarships awarded

Average AP pass rate exceeds national levels

 

Cultivating intellect

Average class size is 12 students

21 years in operation

UC and College Board approved curriculum

Full WASC accreditation

 

Expanding minds

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Participation

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Average of 12 students per class

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Daily prayer

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Qur'an, ethics, and Arabic courses

 

Enriching lives

Various sports teams and clubs

>20,000 hours of community service by seniors

Regular intrafaith and interfaith activities

Over 25 nationalities represented 

 

CITY OF KNOWLEDGE PROVIDES A LEARNING ENVIRONMENT WHERE

  • Students are encouraged to develop as intelligent, sensitive, and contributing members of society.
  • The uniqueness of each individual child is recognized.
  • Children are encouraged to acquire competencies that will develop skills of critical and creative thinking, independent judgment, self-confidence, and responsibility.
  • Children are empowered to reach their maximum potential through the use of strategies and materials responsive to individual needs.
  • The need is recognized for individual assessment of children.
  • Instruction is tailored to meet the different needs of children, including students whose primary language is not English.
  • The development of a strong feeling of self-esteem is facilitated.