Schools & Learning Centres

Our Islamic Full-time Schools

Schools administered by the Muslim Association of Canada aim to cultivate an enriched learning community fostering academic excellence, leadership, and Islamic values.


To create and advance a community of scholars who  who are successful in both deen and dunya focusing on championing their identity as Canadian Muslims while keeping their faith and community engagement at the core of their growth.


The values embraced at MAC Islamic Day Schools are cultivated by using a well-rounded methods to learning where development and training is a focus starting at primary grades.  The aim is to encourage excellence in every facet of development with a focus on academic, intellectual, physical, and spiritual success.

Olive Grove


Maple Grove


Part-Time Schools

Fostering a Growth Mindset

Weekend Islamic schools that provide students with an opportunity to learn Arabic and familiarize themselves with Islamic customs and education

Our goals are:

  • To support the students in their development towards the best moral and social conduct, in accordance with the authentic and balanced understanding of Islam, and to lead them in developing and embodying the values of a responsible Canadian citizen
  • To provide high quality education that is rooted in the Islamic faith and is in accordance with the standards and expectations outlined in the provincial curriculum

Olive Grove School


Al Rahma Agincourt

3 Locations | Ottawa & Ontario

Erindale Branch


Al-Huda Brampton


Quran Schools

Developing a Moral Compas by learning the Qur’an

Institution aimed at building a generation of Muslim children who have a strong Islamic identity, moral compass, and inspiring the students with the Sunnah of Prophet Mohamed (PBUH). We focus on teaching the Arabic language through reading, writing, and grammar through stories and enjoyable instruction methods. Al-Furqan is open to everyone who is interested in learning the book of Allah. Our sessions are offered Friday after school and Saturday throughout the day. Students begin their day with a halaqa that teaches them tawhid, Islamic etiquette, dua’s, hadith’s and more, then students break off into their respective levels. It is an intensive program that helps students have comprehensive instruction of the Quran and a chance for leadership.