Accredited High School
Classical Arabic Program

Accredited High School Classical Arabic Program

Arabic Daily’s High School program is the first and only one in the United States to be accredited by Cognia Advanced Education and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).

  • For public, private, charter, and homeschooled students;
  • For students who want to study with others of their own age;
  • Classes that attract the brightest students in the nation;
  • Gaining classical knowledge with the best modern techniques;
  • For students & parents looking for flexibility.

Benefits:

  • Lesson recordings;
  • Weekly evaluation meetings;
  • Books shipped to your home;
  • Flexible schedule;
  • 6 levels = 3 years credit;
  • Translate texts without vowels;
  • Office hours.

Benefits:

  • Lesson recordings;
  • Weekly evaluation meetings;
  • Books shipped to your home;
  • Flexible schedule;
  • 6 levels = 3 years credit;
  • Translate texts without vowels;
  • Office hours.

The Arabic Daily Difference

Flexible Schedule with a Personalized Touch

High Schoolers have very demanding schedules. Once a student is enrolled we create a custom tailored curriculum to complete the course.

A student has mandatory meetings with the instructor every week to ensure the material was understood. The student books a time from the calendar that fits their schedule.

The Only Institute with a Proven Track Record

There is no other institute in the United States that has nationally worked with all types of schools in implementing Classical Arabic for high schoolers.

With years of experience we have expertise in teaching Arabic and working with schools to ensure success from all fronts.

Expert Faculty with a Modern Pedagogical Approach

Our curriculum was developed by Ustadh Faraz. He achieved Superior in ACTFL as someone who had to learn Arabic from the very beginning.

In addition, he imparts his expertise in counseling to help students navigate the journey of learning Arabic, an often forgotten component for success.

What Does the High School
Curriculum Consist of?

What Does the High School Curriculum Consist of?

Our curriculum is meticulously designed to ensure comprehensive learning and progression over the course of three years, equating to six levels of in-depth study. By the culmination of this period, students are expected to have developed the proficiency to translate texts without vowels, showcasing their advanced understanding of the language. To support this learning journey, we provide all necessary materials directly to our students, with books being shipped to their homes for convenience.

Recognizing the importance of accessibility and flexibility, especially for those balancing educational commitments, our program offers flexible scheduling options that accommodate school timetables. Additionally, students benefit from office hours, allowing for personalized support and guidance throughout their studies.

Fundamentals Track (FCA)

Arabic 1A: FCA 100

Basic Morphology: Three Parts of Speech

Arabic 1B: FCA 105

Advanced Morphology: Inflection & 10 Forms

Arabic 2A: FCA 110

Syntax: Sentences

Reading Track (RCA)

Arabic 2B: RCA 220

Translation & Review

Arabic 3A: RCA 240

Translation & Advanced Grammar

Arabic 3B: RCA 260

Translation & Research

Summer 2024 Classes
Now Open for Enrollment

Arabic 1A & Arabic 1B High School (1 year foreign language credit), Summer 2024

Arabic 1A & Arabic 1B
High School (1 year foreign language credit), Summer 2024

$1500

or $500/month for 3 months

All new students without exception must enroll in this class first to build a strong foundation for learning classical Arabic.

Basic Morphology:

In this course, students learn the three parts of speech (nouns, verbs, and prepositions) along with conjugation of verbs and the different states of words (raf, nasb, and jarr).

Further progression into other classes is done internally.

All new students without exception must enroll in this class first to build a strong foundation for learning classical Arabic.

Autumn 2024 & Winter 2025 Classes
Now Open for Enrollment

Arabic 1A & Arabic 1B High School (1 year foreign language credit), Autumn 2024 & Winter 2025

Arabic 1A & Arabic 1B
High School (1 year foreign language credit), Autumn 2024 & Winter 2025

$1500

or $150/month for 10 months

All new students without exception must enroll in this class first to build a strong foundation for learning classical Arabic.

Basic Morphology:

In this course, students learn the three parts of speech (nouns, verbs, and prepositions) along with conjugation of verbs and the different states of words (raf, nasb, and jarr).

Further progression into other classes is done internally.

All new students without exception must enroll in this class first to build a strong foundation for learning classical Arabic.

Accredited High School Classical Arabic Program

Will My School Take
Arabic Daily Credit?

Every school’s policies are different. We have been able to transfer credits to over 90% of schools. We suggest you ask your counselor what the school’s policies are.

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

If you have more questions, you can book a call with us.

Every school’s policies are different. We have been able to transfer credits to over 90% of schools. We suggest you ask your counselor what the school’s policies are.

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

If you have more questions, you can book a call with us.

Why Should I Learn
Classical Arabic?

Classical Arabic is an incredibly rich and rewarding language to learn, with deep historical roots and cultural significance. By going through our programs, you unlock a range of life-skills and benefits, on both personal and professional aspects of your life.

Professional Gain:

  • Skip the Arabic year of a Seminary Program;
  • Further education in Arabic to become an Arabic teacher;
  • Career opportunities in foreign service & international non-profit work;
  • Masters or PhD in Middle Eastern studies, Islamic studies, etc.

Personal Gain:

  • The complexity of classical Arabic further strengthens mental agility and critical thinking capabilities;
  • Connect to the Arab & Muslim cultures through understanding texts;
  • Overcoming linguistic barriers boosts self-confidence and motivates continuous learning and exploration.

Take the first step toward Classical Arabic today.