Vision & Mission


Our philosophy is to produce children who are well on their way to achieving success both in this life and the hereafter. We aim to instill in students values, morals & tools that will cultivate in them traits of excellence which will help them achieve distinction in their careers in this world yet help them retain their obedience to their Creator.

We shall implement our philosophy by showing students how to follow the teachings of the Quran and the traditions of the Prophet (peace and blessing be upon him).  As Allah says in Surah Al Baqarah, verse two: “This is the Book about which there is no doubt, a guidance for those conscious of Allah”. [4] It is a powerful reminder just as Allah took a covenant from mankind from the beginning of mankind, for us to follow Him and His messengers[5].

To fulfill this covenant we will employ the methods in which the Final Prophet (peace be on him) raised his nation from darkness to light through knowledge of the Qur’an, as Allah says in Surah Al Ahzab, verse twenty one, “Indeed in the Messenger of Allah (Muhammad peace and blessings be upon him) you have a good example to follow for him who hopes in (the Meeting with) Allah and the Last Day and remembers Allah much”[6] . We shall then look at the teachings of those who spread the Prophet’s teachings over the following 1400 years. These include the Companions of the Prophet (salaf saliheen – may Allah be pleased with them), the next generation that followed them, & the  contemporary medieval  Islamic scholars  who have written on pedagogical methods in order to shed light on the best way to practice and share this knowledge, approach and experience with the Muslim civilization; as Allah promised to preserve His Book and says in Surah Al Hijr verse nine, “Indeed, it is We who sent down the Qur'an and indeed, We will be its guardian”[7]. The teachings of Islam incorporated with the teachings of the world will promote positive personal qualities in the students, developing them not only at an exterior level but also nurturing their souls. With these three main components, which are the Quran, Sunnah and the practices of the Salaf As Saliheen, we return to the Prophet Muhammad’s traditional teachings where we aim to connect knowledge to our ultimate purpose of life, final return, and the Hereafter.


[1] (Include obligatory topics to be taught, such as the precise matriculation (Tajweed) and memorization of the Quran; the duties of worship; knowledge of reading and writing; and good manners, since these are obligations towards God. Gunther pg 370 – Ibn Shahnun – and that the first, Priority is to be given to memorize the Quran, reading, writing and the basic principles of faith (Gunther pg 379 Ibn Sina)

[2] See Freda Sharma’s paper on The Curriculum Challenge for Islamic Schools in America

[3] “good language skills are a basic prerequisite for intellectual improvement” – Ibn Sina

[4] The study of the Quranic scriptures in general is a great source for teaching children ethics, exemplary traditions, morals and good behavior. (Gunther Ibn Sina pg. 379)

[5] Quran 5:12

[6] Quran: 33:21

[7] Quran 15:9

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Vision & Mission

In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful Mission


We envision for our students a future where they develop an enhanced understanding of not only achieving their potential in this world, but also endeavor to provide them with the tools and nourishment necessary to grow into their early years with a strong background of Islam, in order for them to achieve maximum success in the Hereafter, their ultimate everlasting abode.


We intend to provide a place of academic excellence, rooting elementary knowledge in students through the teachings of the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him).  Our goal is for students to achieve exceptional knowledge by enlightening them spiritually, morally, and intellectually, while maintaining our purpose for success in this world and the Hereafter.


Encourage memorization and understanding of the Quranic scripture. Provide Arabic and Islamic Studies[1] as core subjects. Develop and implement a well balanced and integrated elementary curricula in English[2] to mediate and help in the transition from English to Arabic [3] and conversely during the elementary stages. Teach Islamic family and moral values to bring out positive role models. Promote Islamic beliefs and Muslim culture/heritage. Ensure high standards of teaching by employing qualified and experienced teachers and administrators to cater for each discipline and specialization of the curriculum. Engage in continuous research and study of Islamic education, Islamic curricula development and lesson plans. Implement lesson plans to meet the Islamic framework of education designed for the imparting and acquisition of beneficial knowledge and skills. Ensure consistent academic quality by putting in place systems to monitor and review performance levels and success. Develop alliances with parents, educators and Islamic schools and the community as a whole.

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About Us

In 2008, we launched Targheeb.com as an archive and collection of Islamic research, news, articles, coursework resources and the like. 

In 2009, we launched the Young Momins section attempting to share useful material that we have written and researched with links for  parents and children who want to homeschool their children. 

Since its launch, the Young Momins section has grown to become our main focus and we are working with other homeschoolers, educators and organizations to spread the word and build a community that caters for our future generation.

We remain committed to our goal of providing a completely free service to help individuals and organizations to benefit from our work.

Guidance is from Allah and we ask Him to continue to guide us in every step we take toward giving the best things of this world and the Hereafter to our children!

Was Salaam


Assalamu Alaikum wa Rahamatullahi wa Barakatuhu

Distance learning, e-learning and online education is rapidly becoming the way of the future since they free you and your child to learn from your own home or wherever you are, under your direct supervision.

Many professional educators have deep reservations about the compulsory education system that developed during the Industrial Revolution under the specific historical situation of the Western world. Such professionals have found that, with guidance, parents can teach their children better, faster and with more care than schools can. As a result "homeschooling" is rapidly developing as a "thinking parents' alternative" to compulsory schooling. Gradually, it is gaining recognition in standard academic circles so that now many colleges accept homeschoolers.

Reclaiming your child through homeschooling

  • homeschooling saves the eight hours a day of school work and allows your child to spend time with you.
  • school hours are flexible so you can accommodate for family schedules and vacations.
  • the program is not forced on to you by any public body or institution: We develop it in partnership with the parents of the students.
  • parents are natural teachers for their children and as they teach the children's respect for their parents continues to grow.
  • your child receives individual attention and instruction.

Our Role in helping you teach your child

we will be counsellors in this teaching program.
we will work with the students to develop a sense of responsibility as they work to
become successful
our carefully researched two tear, bilingual program will ensure that the teaching meets
the most rigorous academic standards in both secular and Islamic subjects.
our research will ensure that the teaching program leads to developing the finest
Islamic social
and cultural values in the students.
we will select the best from internationally renowned secular curricula throughout
the world.
• we will select authentic Islamic material developed for each level of schooling.

Why homeschool with YMOH at Targheeb Young Momins' Online Homeschool?

• it is absolutely free.



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