High School Classes2023-03-16T10:05:24-05:00


Integrating Classical Arabic to High School Students


The only program that combines Classical Arabic training with Modern Curriculums for High School Students


Arabic Daily High School courses are a perfect fit for
  • Students who go to a Public, Private or Charter School which do not offer Arabic
  • Homeschooled students looking to add a foreign language to their curriculum
  • High School aged students who want to learn with students their own age
  • Classes that attract the brightest students in the nation
  • Gaining Classical knowledge with the best modern techniques and organization
  • Students and Parents looking for flexibility

Transcripts are provided upon request and sent to schools. We are accredited by WASC and Cognia which allows us to work with schools directly.

Two Start Dates

1 Year of Foreign Language Credit

Summer Semester Fall & Winter Semester

Two 4-week intensive courses (8 weeks total)

End of May – Beginning of August


Timings TBD once enrolled

Two Academic Semesters

September 2023 – May 2024

Twice a week

Timings TBD once enrolled

Nuh – Home School California

This is the best course I have taken in Arabic. I highly recommend it for any high schooler thinking about transferring credits. 

Here’s how the program works…

This is a Classical Arabic course dedicated for high school students. Students come from public and private schools while some are homeschooled. Every school requires foreign language credit, yet few offer Arabic as an option. As an accredited institute, Arabic Daily works with parents and schools to transfer credits over to fulfill this foreign language credit. Each school has different policies. It is important that you speak to your counselor as soon as possible to ensure credits can be transferred.

With real and experienced instructors, it is not YOU who has to conform to the curriculum, but the curriculum that conforms to YOU! All learning sessions are delivered with a live instructor where you can ask questions and get the support you need to succeed. All classes are live with recordings available for review or excused absences. Live attendance is essential for a student’s success.

You will be shipped a specialized workbook where you can save your notes, complete with exercises to apply the teachings and practice!

Learning should always be fun and engaging.Take advantage of quizzes to test your knowledge and retain all the concepts you’ve learned for LIFE!

What You Can Expect

Live Sessions

Class Timings will be determined through a form that will analyze all the students’ availabilities. We always find a time that works for everyone. This is where we’ll deliver the core course content. Each live session has materials covered and time for Q&A.

Available Recordings

You will have access to all of our recordings.

Missed Class? No worries, catch up with recordings

Forgot some of the material? Use the recordings to reveiw

Access to Private Office Hours

Have a question throughout the week? Want to discuss a topic with a student from the class? Have access to our qualified teachers anytime during the week.

Review Feedback

Assignments are reviewed in class. There are self-paced quizzes and reviews that will test to see how well you know the material.

This class really helped me understand the way that Arabic works and the grammar rules of it.

Rahma, Boston, MA (Online High School)

Arabic daily is a really good course especially since it is accredited.

Abdullah, Indiana (Public High School)

Arabic Daily Pedagogy

Arabic Daily has divided Classical Arabic learning into 6 levels. Each level is the equivalent to a semester. Classes run twice a week for 90 minutes allowing us to integrate this in the schedule of a busy high school student.

The first three levels fall under our Fundamentals Track. The goal of this track is to build the framework of Arabic. We teach you all the tools you need to navigate through Arabic.

The last three levels fall under our Reading Track. The goal of this track is to build vocabulary and reading practice by practically using these tools.

Fundamentals Track (FCA) Reading Track (RCA)

Arabic 1A

FCA 100

Basic Morphology – Three Parts of Speech

Arabic 2B

RCA 220

Translation & Review

Arabic 1B

FCA 105

Advanced Morphology – Inflection & 10 Forms

Arabic 3A

RCA 240

Translation & Advanced Grammar

Arabic 2A

FCA 110

Syntax – Sentences

Arabic 3B

RCA 260

Translation & Research

This course was beneficial and very flexible. The pace is well-set and the teachers are very kind. Overall, a wonderful experience.

Ibraheem, Private High School

The Course Curriculum

This is exactly what we’ll be covering every week of the course, broken down week-by-week for Arabic 1A (FCA 100)

– Be able to identify nouns in voweled texts 

– Understand terminology 

– Know the difference between indefinite and definite words 

– Able to properly translate إضافة

– Understand the different usages of prepositions 

– Understand the term مجرور

– Know the difference tenses (and how it differs from English) 

– Understand the trilateral root system

– Know قَدْ and the different meanings it has

– Understand how to get the future meaning in Arabic

– Know the difference between attached and detached pronouns 

– Introduced to the concept of fixed nouns مبني

– Know the different numbers, perspectives, and literal/metaphorical genders

Learn how pronouns attach to nouns and prepositions alongside pronunciation rules

– Learn how to conjugates past and present verbs 

– Understand how to properly pronounce verbs

Understand that present tense verbs take prefixes

Be able to different between an alif and hamza. This is a lot harder than you think!

Be able to form a command tense from a present tense verb

These last two weeks are used as a buffer. Oftentimes classes will slow down, or we may need more review. In my experience, having these two weeks to wind down the class is essential for success.

How will we know if our school will take this credit?

We understand that this can be nerve-racking, but dealing with schools is not as hard as you think. All you need to do is go to your counselor and tell them that you want your child to learn Arabic through us, and that we are an accredited institute. More questions? Fill out the form

Student Journey

There are many ways students can go through their journey in learning Classical Arabic.

Sample Videos

Arabic 1B – FCA 105

Arabic 2B – RCA 220

How Much Arabic do they have to know?

  • They have to know the letters Arabic, how they connect, and the short vowels

  • Tajweed is NOT a prerequisite, the class focuses on reading comprehension

  • Knowing how to write Arabic is a plus

  • If they don’t the letters yet, they can take our short course which takes about 3 weeks to complete self-paced

Frequently Asked Questions

How many semesters are there?2021-11-16T14:40:18-05:00

We offer 6 courses. A students begins course one already knowing the letters and vowels. After 6 semesters the student will have learned the fundamentals of Arabic and have read over 300 pages of classical Arabic before graduating.

What is your refund policy?2023-03-01T14:55:54-05:00

There are different levels of our refund policy.

  1.  Before shipping of materials and before semester begins – 100% refund
  2. Post-shipping of materials and before semester begins – 100% refund minus the value of the item shipped
  3. 0-1 week after semester begins – 50% refund
  4. After 1 week – No refund

This applies to monthly payments as well. You are held responsible for paying the monthly payments if you decide to take that option. The monthly payment option is just a payment plan to complete the total payment. Discontinuing the payment plan is not an option in the middle of the semester. By signing up, you agree to complete the monthly payments.


For High Schoolers: Many parents are worried that they make the payment but the school will not transfer the credit. If this happens we will fully refund you as long as it is before the semester begins.

How long will it take to complete the program?2023-02-06T16:01:41-05:00

The entire program is 6 levels which is equivalent to 2 years.

The first year we will complete the FCA series which focuses on building the fundamentals.

The second year we will complete the RCA series in which we will get practice reading and translating.

A student may stop after completing the FCA series.

Each semester is $750. To complete the entire program over 2 years, the cost would be $4500. Payment is taken every semester. Payment plans are available.

Will Arabic Daily’s program work with my homeschooling curriculum?2023-03-16T09:48:55-05:00

For parents in the United States, please look at your state laws here. If your state laws are relaxed, chances are that it will be a very easy process.
States that have little to no regulation are: Texas, Idaho, Oklahoma, Missouri, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Alaska, New Jersey, and Connecticut.

For parents outside of the United States, please click here to learn more.

Can my child skip a level if they have studied Arabic before?2023-03-16T09:58:56-05:00

Unfortunately, no. In our experience after teaching hundreds of high school students, every student will learn something new in the first level. For some there may be some review, but we encourage that. We build the students up from the ground level to ensure that their Arabic knowledge is sound. If a student skips a level, they are at risk of having large gaps in their knowledge. We have had native speakers, huffadh, and others all start from the beginning, but everyone has found it to be the correct decision.

Parents that have their child enrolled in Ohio public or private schools.2023-03-16T09:53:08-05:00

Ohio has a law known as Credit Flex. This education option gives students a way to be in charge of their learning. For some students, they see more value in school (“Why do I have to learn this?”) when they can connect learning with real world situations and future jobs. Credit flexibility is one way to increase a student’s interest in school and motivation to learn.

The key to this option is that the student drives the request as well as the plan to earn the credit. A specific interest or credit need of the student should be the basis for the request and the family and school should start by listening to the student. Educators and families may also work with students to initiate the plan for credit flexibility.

For more information click here and ask your school about this option. Keep in mind Arabic Daily is accredited through Cognia, which is information the school may want to know.

How much is the course?2022-07-16T08:21:16-05:00


One can also do a payment plan for $250 per month for three months.

We are offering an Early Bird Special before August 1st for $500.

Are there assignments?2022-04-21T23:10:30-05:00

Yes. One can expect 1-2 hours of work per class
The answers will be reviewed in class.

What do the student have to know?2022-04-21T23:10:18-05:00

Just the Arabic letters and vowels. Proper tajwīd is not a requirement.

Do you provide recordings?2021-11-16T13:59:39-05:00

Yes. All of our classes are live. The expectation of the student is to attend all the classes. However, if for some reason the student is unable to make it, they will have access to recordings.

Can homeschooled students take this course for credit?2021-11-16T13:58:45-05:00

Yes. Every state has different laws. You can find more information here: https://hslda.org/legal

Can a high school student take the course without it transferring?2021-09-18T09:51:40-05:00


How do I know if my school will take credit?2022-04-21T23:15:39-05:00

We are officially accredited through Cognia and WASC. Many schools will only work with accredited schools.

Every school has different policies. To find out if your school will take it please speak to your counselor as soon as possible.

How much emphasis is on speech?2022-01-31T13:46:57-05:00

The emphasis is on reading, understanding, and translating. There will be some speaking components.

Is Arabic Daily accredited.2022-04-19T10:31:12-05:00

Arabic Daily is accredited by:

North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA CASI)

Northwest Accreditation Commission (NWAC)

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS CASI).

Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC)

Is there a placement test?2021-11-16T14:04:54-05:00

Generally, no. As long as the student knows the letters and vowels that will be enough to take the class.

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