Join us for our annual Spring Fest and enjoy guaranteed fun for all ages, including:
Super Smash Buns halal food truck and other great halal food
Fire truck tour
Organic farmer's market with farm fresh eggs
Join us for a fun event to close out the semester. You will have the opportunity to meet students and alumni, visit our classrooms, view performances by our students, and take your young children to a book reading. Halal food will be offered by the delicious Super Smash Buns food truck.
Parents and students are all expected to attend the orientation on August 16. Uniforms will be sold following the orientation.
Parents are requested to not go into the classrooms and disturb the teachers, who will be finalizing their preparations for the next day.
The only thing better than celebrating our 2016 grads? Celebrating our 2016 grads with halal burgers! We welcome the City of Knowledge community, and friends and family of the class of 2016, to join us at Heritage Park in Rancho Cucamonga on Friday, May 20, for this event!
The Inter-School Speech Competition, which will be held on Wednesday, May 18th, from 9:30am to 4:00pm at City of Knowledge, is intended to encourage Muslim students to strengthen their public speaking skills and self-confidence. All students from 1st grade through 8th grade are welcome to participate.
Update: Registration for the speech competition is now closed. We hope to see you in the audience!
Grade verification: All participants must bring proof of grade to verify the eligibility for the level. Registration desk may disallow or adjust the level at their own discretion, if proof is not provided.
Theme: ISLAM: A WAY OF LIFE
1st-3rd Grade: What it means to be a good Muslim
4th -5th Grade: "Love for your brother what you love for yourself"
6th-8th Grade: Prophet Muhammad SAW as the apex of moral character
Note: Please support your speech with Qur'an or hadith for bonus points.
Rating and Point Distribution:
Time Allocation: Speeches are expected to last a minimum of 2 minutes and a maximum of 3 minutes. A bell will ring at the beginning of each speech, at the 2.5 minute mark, and at the 3 minute mark. If a speech exceeds 3 minutes, a final bell will ring, indicating a hard stop, at 3.5 minutes. 4 points will be deducted for any speech that exceeds 3 minutes.
Judges: An independent panel of 3 judges with independent scoring. Ratings from the 3 judges will be totaled to determine the positions in each category.
Dress Code: Professional attire. Suit, tie, and formal clothing is preferred. For sisters, hijab is mandatory to participate in the competition. Come prepared like a public speaker to impress the judges.