Imam Al Shatibi Quran Institute specializes in teaching the Quran, memorization and the Al Qira’at Al ‘Ashr (the 10 modes of recitations) to a degree of excellence and providing a pathway to memorize the Quran.
The program is intended for committed students ages 7 and above and should be accessible, regardless of ability and previous reading level. Application are accepted all year. All teachers at the institute are trained and certified. Participants 7 – 17 years will spend 4.5 hours per week in class. Participants 18 years and older spend 2 hours per week in class. Please note that each new applicant will have a placement test to assess their recitation level.
Beginner Level: Memorization from Surah Al-Naas to Surah Al-Bayyinah
Intermediate Level: Memorization from Surah Al-Qadr to Surah Al-Naba
Advance Level: Juz Amma must be memorized and on forward
The school standardized test is 2 times a year to ensure that student are making satisfactory progress and are performing at their proper class level.
Donations & Sponsorship
All donations are greatly appreciated. Donations may be made by cash, debit, cheque or credit card. With these donations we may be able to sponsor a child who has the capability to memorize Quran but can’t afford to do so.
At the tender age of 10, Ahmad Othman Badawi began what would become a lifelong journey with the Qur’ān. Sheikh Ahmad embarked on his studies with the renowned Sheikh Amīn al-Salūsī and completed the memorization of the Qur’ān in the recitation of Hafṣ `an `Āsim in 1991. Shortly thereafter, he travelled to Damascus in order to recite with Shaykh Mūwaffaq Mahmūd `Uūn, one of the senior shuyukh in Damascus and al-Ghūta, from whom he was awarded an ijaza Sanad in the 2 recitations of `Āsim in 2004. He then went on to complete the 10 qir’āt via the ṭarīq al-Shaṭibiyyah and al-Durrah with Shaykh Mūwaffaq and was awarded a Sanad, a chain containing the scholarly lineage of teachers back to the Prophet (s), in 2009. Today, Sheikh Ahmad continues to teach Qur’ān and to date has awarded several Edmonton students with ijaza for memorization of the Qur’ān.