ICN Al-Falah Youth Program

Developed with guidance from Shaykh Rizwan Ali, ICN Religious director


ICN Al-Falah Academy Youth Program goals are to help our youth stay connected to Islam. The program has been tailored to maintain a balance of education and fun so the students enjoy the experience and gain the most out of it. Being a part of the program, the students will:

  1. Gain Islamic knowledge
  2. Have the opportunity to discuss Islamic topics openly and freely with teachers and peers in a safe environment
  3. Work on activities, projects and interact with their peers to grow as leaders in the society


After completing 7th grade at ICN Al-Falah Academy, students may register with the ICN Al-Falah Academy Youth Program. The Youth Program is intended for students in the age range of Grades 8 through High school. It used to be a three-year program but starting 2020-21 school year, it will be a two years program (see outline below). Upon completion of the final year requirements, a student would be eligible to graduate from the youth program.

Student Expectations

Youth program students must abide by all expectations in the ICN Al-Falah Academy handbook. Students are expected to bring a positive attitude and have the willingness to strive to become better Muslims.


ICN Al-Falah Academy Youth Program students will be exposed to topics on Fiqh, Aqidah, Seerah and other topics relevant to the youth. Click here for an overview of what you can expect for the youth program for the 2020-21 school year. Password: AmxcDGS3

This overview covers the format, timing, expectations and other details of the program. Click here for the slides presented in the overview.

ICN Al-Falah Academy Youth Program administration and staff will arrange a few school outings throughout the school year. Other workshops or talks will be arranged with invited guest speakers or teachers focus on specific topics like Fiqh or address other youth / community challenges and how to address them.

Please direct any questions to yp@icnschool.com.