MAM Islamic School

Welcome to MAM Islamic School

Pre-Registration is now open.

Please create an account in our Member’s Portal by clicking the button above and then click “SIGN UP” and add your child(ren) in our portal.

Then complete the Pre-Registration form and pay the one time non-refundable fee to Pre-Register.

Please refer to the admissions and fee pages linked below for further information.

Why MAM Islamic School?

Welcome to Muslim Association of Milton (MAM) Islamic Elementary School, an energetic Muslim faith school nestled in the heart of Halton. We thank you for your interest in registering at our school. Being an Islamic school, our priority at MAM Islamic Elementary School is to provide students with a comfortable and welcoming Islamic environment.

MAM is dedicated to offering high-quality Islamic education to all families in our community, ensuring outstanding schooling at accessible tuition rates. Our academic curriculum adheres to the core requirements set forth in the Ontario Ministry of Education curriculum.

Location

Halton Islamic Community Centre
4269 Regional Road 25, Oakville, L6M 4E9

Mission

Our mission is to nurture well-rounded individuals who excel academically and spiritually.

We strive to create a supportive and inclusive environment where students can develop strong moral character, embrace their Islamic identity, and contribute positively to our society.

Vision

Our vision is to cultivate a generation of knowledgeable, ethical, and compassionate leaders grounded in the principles of Islam.

We aim to foster a holistic educational environment, where academic excellence, spiritual growth, and community service are seamlessly integrated.

Through a commitment to lifelong learning and moral integrity, we strive to empower our students to contribute positively to society, exemplifying the values of faith, respect, and unity.

Our highly qualified teachers purposefully integrate faith and academics in the classroom. We aim to pass on Islamic heritage to all our students. Research shows that students enrolled in faith-based schools are significantly less likely to engage in risky behavior, have increased self-confidence, improved decision-making skills, and a more positive outlook on the future.