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NHIC Online Islamic School 2020/2021
Ramadan Announcement 
NHIC School will go on break for Ramadan and Eid-ul-Fitr. School will be closed on Monday, April 12th until Monday, May17th. 
Students will return to school on Tuesday, May 18, 2021. 
On behalf of the NHIC Board of Trustees, NHIC Board of Education, Teachers and Principal, will make dua for our students, parents and our community that Allah Bless you all with successful Ramadan, Ameen. 
If you have concerns and/or questions, please contact Sister Maryam at  203.850.5724. 
Ramadan Mubarak!


School Start Announcement

We welcome back all NHIC families to our 2020/2021 Programs. Children, ages 6 and older can be registered. Due to Covid-19, this year all classes will be held online for everyone’s safety. Students will need a computer and a reliable internet connection. Registration and tuition payments will be processed online.
You will need a debit/credit card to complete the registration. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this challenging time. Classes will begin on November 9th, 2020 and the last day will be on June 12th, 2021.

Visit our programs for further details and registration information.

Islamic Classes

New Registration Process

This year we will have a new registration process which will help everyone! Once you register your children in our registration portal, you will be set for future registrations and all you will have to do in the future is to login and pay the tuitions!

Hafiz Program


We are here for you!

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Call us at: 203.850.5724

Contact us

We will be happy to answer any questions and to address any constructive comments. Feel free to contact us at

Classes Objectives

To enhance the lives of students through Islamic Education, encouraging the development of excellent moral character, social compassion, and awareness.

Our educational efforts will be aimed at shaping the minds and hearts of our children according to the teachings of the Holy Quran and the blessed Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

The Islamic Classes will be focused on teaching Quran, Arabic, and Islamic studies.


Use of electronic devices of any kind such as cellular phones, MP3 players, and game boys is not allowed in school and must be turned off. If caught using any electronic device it will be confiscated until the end of the trimester and the student will face disciplinary action.

NHIC Classes Handbook

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