Granada Islamic School (GIS) educates children with a strong focus on academic subjects along with the traditions and teachings of Islam. Since its inception, GIS has dedicated its efforts towards inspiring and preparing students to be life-long learners and realize the importance of striving for the best in this life and the hereafter. With a humble beginning of 25 students, GIS today is honored to educate about 500 students. GIS adopted the Common Core Standards in ELA and Math in 2014-2015. With expansion comes the challenge of maintaining quality, and GIS takes this challenge very seriously.
We’re pleased to invite you all to our 31st Annual Banquet happening on Saturday, April 27th at 5 pm in the Khadijah Banquet Hall. Our speaker line-up features Imam Tahir Anwar, Sh. Alauddin El-Bakri, and Zahra Billoo.
8th Grade’s Graduation Trip to Santa Cruz!
8th graders spent a fun-filled day at the Mystery Spot and Natural Bridges State Beach with Khala Ameerah, Huda and Hajera. Enjoy some highlights of their trip…
Eagle Run Highlights!
Granada Islamic School participated in an Eagle Run to help raise funds for computers in Computer Lab. Here are some highlights…
STEAM Night Highlights!
STEAM is an integrated curriculum designed around real-world projects that develop students critical thinking skills. It incorporates math and science skill-building activities as student complete a design challenge and allows students to work in groups to develop skills like communication, collaboration, and problem-solving.
Granada’s 2nd Career Fair!
We are excited to announce that we had a successful 2nd Career Fair for Middle/High School Students on Thursday, March 7th. At the Career Fair, our students were encouraged to learn about various careers that spark their interest by visiting with professionals in that field.