Islamic School of MET - ISMET
Islamic School of Muslim Educational Trust - ISMET is a not-for-profit, independent, full-time, co-educational, privately funded, and fully accredited by the Northwest Accreditation Commission (NWAC) - a division of AdvancED. Islamic School of MET - ISMET was founded by the Muslim Educational Trust in 1997. It first opened its doors to students on September 8, 1997.
2018-19 School Docs
Mobile Device Family App User Guide to eSchoolPLUS
May - College Decisions DUE
Wed 1 ISMET/OIA 10th Annual Arabic Spelling Bee
Fri 3 Tea Party with a Special Guest
Sat 4 SAT Testing
Mon 6 AP Tests Begin/Ramadan 1, 1440; Dismissal at 2:20 pm
Fri 10 School-wide Quran Recitation & Khatm
Sat 11 Weekly MET Ramadan Potluck Iftar
Sat 18 Weekly MET Ramadan Potluck Iftar
Thurs 23 Annual Middle School Debate Gala
Friday 24 Staff Professional Development/Teacher In-Service Day (No School)
Sun 25 MET Annual Ramadan Quran Contest/Weekly MET Ramadan Potluck Iftar
Mon 27 Family Day (No School)
Tues 28 School Resumes
Wed 29 This week: Quran Memorization Testing Begins/School Year-end Surveys go out
Fri 31 ISMET PK/K Ramadan Quran Contest
TBD Teacher Appreciation Week
Sat 1 Weekly MET Ramadan Potluck Iftar
Mon 3 Annual Senior Theses Presentations
Tues-Fri 4-7 Eid-ul-Fitr Break
Sat 8 OIA Graduation Banquet & Dr. Riyaz Ahmed Scholarship Dinner/ACT Testing
Mon-Thurs 10-13 Spring Term Finals; Early Dismissal at 12:00 pm
Tues 11 Annual Math & Science Carnival
Thurs 13 PK/K Graduation
Fri 14 Field Day and K-12 Last Day of School (No Uniform); Dismissal at 3:20 pm
Wed 19 PK-12 Parent-Teacher Daytime Conferences
Fri 21 Teacher Appreciation Luncheon
Our philosophy is to deliver superb academic and spiritual instruction within an Islamic environment that will nurture our children's hearts and minds and prepare them for their role in life as stewards of Earth and humanity. ISMET continues to achieve academic excellence within a healthy learning environment, intimate adherence to Islamic practices, and strong collaboration with positive interaction among school, students, parents, and community.
The Islamic School of MET utilizes the curriculum line offered by McGraw-Hill for Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. For Arabic and Islamic Studies, we use resources and curricula by IQRA International, and the Islamic Services Foundation.
In order to create a comprehensive program that fulfills our Islamic philosophy, purpose, goals, and mission, the Islamic School of MET has the following objectives:
- To provide an active, comprehensive learning experience that incorporates critical thinking, analytical reasoning, and problem solving skills in the core areas of Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Fine Arts, Social Sciences, and Physical Education in parallel with a comprehensive curriculum of Islamic Studies, Quran, and Arabic Language.
- To instill in our students a love of learning, a spirit of inquiry, and the ability to link science with Islam so they can explore the myriad signs of God in the Universe and within themselves. To inspire and transform students into confident, capable individuals with a God-centered outlook on life through Islamic education and discipline.
- To utilize modern teaching strategies to deliver superb academics and extracurricular experiences to our students that will polish their talents and mold them into positive, productive members of society.