Concept of Education

SCIL was established in 2003, in pursuance of the vision of a few motivated and enlightened individuals who saw a dire need to provide a system in which our younger generation would not only excel academically but would also be well groomed in Islamic values, in the light of Quran and Sunnah. The school began with an intake of 70 students in a small building. As the need for expansion grew, subsequent branches were established in 2004, 2005, 2008 and 2014. SCIL now boasts a student strength of over 2100 with a faculty of around 200 teachers housed in six separate campuses Alhamdulillah.

School for Contemporary and Islamic Learning (SCIL) is an educational institution committed to providing a high standard of academic education both in modern disciplines and Islamic teachings. We hope to equip our younger generation worth the total to establish a dynamic Muslim society, geared towards making Pakistan a progressive Islamic state. To achieve this aim, SCIL has developed a well rounded curriculum which not only provides opportunities for students to excel in examination at the end of school but also to acquire a deep understanding of our deen in its practical application to all aspects of life.  New plan in addition to contemporary subjects offered in most private schools, SCIL also offers Arabic as a language starting from grade I along with Nazrah and Tajweed from kindergarten to grade VI. From grade VII onwards, our students are introduced to Tarjuma and Tafseer of the Quran in English. We hope that by the time our students finish their schooling at SCIL, they will not only be high achievers in their chosen fields of study but will also be progressive, enlightened Muslims with sound knowledge of the Quran and Sunnah to guide them in their future course Insha’Allah. Our Islamic studies curriculum includes Seerah, Hadith, Aqeedah, Akhlaaqiyat, M’aamlat and Islamic History

Learning is supposed to be fun. The goal should be the search for knowledge and excellence and not achieving high grades in the final exam. Instead of motivating the younger generation to become genuine seekers of knowledge, most of our institutions make them ignorant citizens and ignorant Muslims. SCIL will endeavor to educate the students in such a way that whichever profession or field they chaoact adopt, they will be an asset to their families, their fellow citizens, their country and the Muslim Ummah. They should grow up into mature knowledgeable citizens who will resist the onslaught of the anti-Islam an anti-Muslim propaganda of the hostile print and electronic media.