The Toronto Moroccan School is a not for profit community based initiative with the objective to teach Arabic and basic Islamic education to children.
The idea of an Arabic school serving the close community was first discussed in 2009 and was initiated by a group of parents who have put time and effort to create a reliable Sunday program and a class curriculum that is now benefitting the broader Arab and Muslim community in the GTA.
Today, the Toronto Moroccan School prides itself on offering a curriculum that has been continuously improved based on the needs of the community and the learning capabilities of children.
TMS also prides itself on having a group of committed and competent teachers, some of whom are founders of the school, who have many years of experience in teaching Arabic and in pedagogy and who have a clear understanding of the local social fabric and education of children.
The school has also built itself throughout the last 7 years into becoming a social place where parents, teachers and volunteers can meet and interact with each other. As a result, a number of activities were created to enjoy the Sunday meetings including soccer games for the men, tea discussion parties for the women, Eid celebration parties and art and creation days for children.
The school is open to the community on Sundays from 11 am to 2 pm and it offers 4 class levels for children. Please complete a registration form should you be interested to join the class and do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. The Arabic class is conveniently provided at Ecole Etienne Brulé, which is located in the York Mills and Leslie street area.