Texas – Austin – Madrassa on Manor Road

Austin is Shariah freindly!

I didn’t know there was anything like this, here, in Austin.  I only found out by ACTIVELY LOOKING for Islamic centers that were around here.  I found four from just doing a quick google search.

I would like to find out where the funding for this thing is coming from.  The tuition can’t be the only funds.

The Jewish community is almost non existent here.

I’m Jewish and looked at a private school for my child, but they didn’t have ANYTHING like this.

Is Austin on it’s way to Shariah?

Are we OK with teaching a Religion that has NO tolerance of other ideologies, religions, or LAWS?

They are teaching SHARIAH.  If they teach Shariah, then they are teaching Sedition.

Seems like it’s getting closer and closer.

Where is the next 9-11 going to be?  It will be much different.  It will be an all out insurrection.  A war from within.

They are using the Keep Austin Weird slogan and it’s INCLUSIVENESS to gain a presence.  Once here, there is no stopping it.

OUTLAW SHARIA!

OUTLAW the Burqa!

http://www.apacademy.org/

Our Mission

Prepare our students for success in this life and the Hereafter by providing them with exemplary education based on Islamic morals, values, and the highest academic standards.

here is some testimony:

Uniform:

4th – 7th Grade:

• Jumpers: Twill Uniform jumpers – Color “Uniform Blue” – OLD NAVY Item Number 654950
• Pants: Stretch twill – Color “Uniform Blue” – OLD NAVY Item Number 656300
• Shirts: Girls solid Pique Polos – Long Sleeve – Color “White” – OLD NAVY Item Number 654454
• Plain White Hijab (with no ornamentation or colorful embroidery)
• Closed shoes (no sandals and no heels). Shoes should be either sneakers or black shoes. No shoes
with skates will be permitted.
• White socks for sneakers or black socks for black shoes.
• Hair must be clean, combed, and tied or braided.
• No make-up, nail polish, lip gloss, perfume, or jewelry is allowed. Lip balm is permitted. Nails
must be properly clipped.
• Sweaters: Girls Button-Front Cardigans – Color “Ink Blue” – OLD NAVY Item Number 677529
• Winter Jackets: Plain colors without any pictures, writings, or fancy artwork.

8th Grade and up:

• Jumpers: JC Penny online (http://www.jcp.com) IZOD Brand – Jumper – Color “Navy Blue”
• Pants: JC Penny online (http://www.jcp.com) IZOD Brand – Pleated Pants – Color “Navy Blue”
• Shirts: JC Penny online (http://www.jcp.com) IZOD – Polo Long Sleeve Shirt – Color “White”
• Plain White Hijab (with no ornamentation or colorful embroidery)
• Girls have the option to wear Black Abaya (with no ornamentation or colorful embroidery)
with matching black pants underneath  or Blue jumper
with matching blue pants, IZOD brand make from JC Penny.
• Closed shoes (no sandals and no heels). Shoes should be either sneakers or black shoes. No shoes
with skates will be permitted.
• White socks for sneakers or black socks for black shoes.
• Hair must be clean, combed, and tied or braided.
• No make-up, nail polish, lip gloss, perfume, or jewelry is allowed. Lip balm is permitted. Nails
must be properly clipped.
• Sweaters: Girls Button-Front Cardigans – Color “Ink Blue” – OLD NAVY Item Number 677529
• Winter Jackets: Plain colors without any pictures, writings, or fancy artwork.

Financial Assistance:

Please keep in mind that financial assistance is available to students who demonstrate need.

To apply for financial assistance please read the Financial Assistance Eligibility Criteria, fill out the Financial Assistance Application Form and the Financial Assistance Parent Volunteer Form, and forward it to the school administration.

The Application deadline for 2010-2011 Academic year financial assistance is May 30, 2010.

To apply for financial assistance, the applicant needs to provide the following documentation. The school reserves the right to request additional documentation in order to determine need for financial assistance.

  1. Proof of living in State Housing assistance
  2. Food Stamp
  3. TANF Card (Temporary Assistance for the Needy Family)
  4. A client of Work source

To download the eligibility criteria, financial assistance application form and the parent volunteer form, please click here.

Updated Sep. 6

August 2 – 6 Staff Inservice (teachers only)
7 Parent Orientation 12:00 –3 p.m
9 1st day of school
Aug 27 – Sep 12 No School – Ramadan/Eid-Al-Fitr Break
September 13 School Resumes (Eid Party)
17 Mid Quarter Reports
24 Open House (5:30pm)
October 15 1st Quarter ends
16 PSAT Testing for Sophomore/Junior
18 2nd Quarter starts
20 Picture Day
22 Parent conference
23 International Restaurant
November 12 Mid Quarter report
16 – 19 No School – Eid-Al-Adha Break
22 Eid Party
23 MS/HS Language Arts competition
24 – 26 No School – Thanksgiving Break
December Dec 18 – Jan 3 No School – Winter Break
(2nd Quarter Ends)
January 3 Staff Development (In service)
4 Students return
17 No School – MLK Day
Febuary 11 End of mid Quarter
March 11 End of 3rd Quarter
14 – 18 No School – Spring Break
25 Parent Conference
26 Spring Carnival
April 16 Sports Day
22 Mid Quarter report
May 27 Last Day of school

Curriculum:
Our curriculum objectives are adopted from the standards published by the Texas Education Agency (TEA) and are known as the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) objectives. These objectives can be seen online athttp://www.tea.state.tx.us/teks. In addition to academic and intellectual objectives, the TEA guide outlines social, aesthetic and physical objectives that should be met by students at each level of their education.

Austin Peace Academy’s curriculum is generally accelerated, and its students are challenged to perform consistently beyond grade-level. The achievement of this goal can be observed in the excellent scores of Austin Peace Academy students on standardized tests.

The curriculum consists of:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • History and Social Studies
  • Science
  • Arabic Language
  • Islamic Studies
  • Computer Science
  • Physical Education

Student/Parent Handbook:

Student/Parent Handbook provides useful information on all aspects of education and student life at APA; as such, all parents and students must read and understand the same.

To download the Student/Parent handbook, click here

Tuition and Fees:
There is a non-refundable early registration fee of $160 before May 31st, 2009
and the fee is $200 after that date. This fee is due upon submission of the
application; no application will be accepted and/or processed without this fee.
There are three tuition payment options: annually, semi-annually and monthly.
The appropriate payments are listed for each option and for each child enrolled.
Grade Child Annually Monthly
Pre-K1-Pre-K2 $4,500.00 $450.00
K through 8th 1st $3,750.00 $375.00
K through 8th 2nd $2,500.00 $250.00
K through 8th 3rd $2,000.00 $200.00
K through 8th All additional $1,550.00 $155.00
9th & 10th 1st $4,500.00 $450.00

Tuition and FeesThere is a non-refundable early registration fee of $160 before May 31st, 2009and the fee is $200 after that date. This fee is due upon submission of theapplication; no application will be accepted and/or processed without this fee.There are three tuition payment options: annually, semi-annually and monthly.The appropriate payments are listed for each option and for each child enrolled.Grade Child Annually MonthlyPre-K1-Pre-K2 $4,500.00 $450.00K through 8th 1st $3,750.00 $375.00K through 8th 2nd $2,500.00 $250.00K through 8th 3rd $2,000.00 $200.00K through 8th All additional $1,550.00 $155.009th & 10th 1st $4,500.00 $450.00

Disciplinary Action Plan:

Progressive disciplinary steps will be administered with flexibility to meet the needs of

each individual student and the situation. All disciplinary documentation will be placed in

student’s file. The school’s student discipline policy is detailed in the “Student Discipline

Handbook” posted on the school website at http://apacademy.org/discipline.php.

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3 Responses to Texas – Austin – Madrassa on Manor Road

  1. Chris says:

    Thanks for the link. Wow, in the American Heartland?
    Not surprised by this. It is spreading across the
    country like a wildfire.

    I don’t know where or when the next 9/11 like attack
    will happen? Although we are in for something big
    It’s just a matter of time of when. Especially when
    you have Islamists crossing both our southern and
    Northern(Canadian)border.

  2. txlady706 says:

    Chris:
    This is VERY scary.
    I agree. My hair, stood up on the back of my neck when I heard this. I don’t live in that part of Austin, so I didn’t know until now.

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