Welcome to MCC FTS

home_image1 MCC Full-Time School is a parochial elementary institution, fully accredited by the State of Illinois. The curriculum of the school is in line with the standards proposed by the ISBE (Illinois State Board of Education). In addition, we offer a curriculum of Islamic Studies which includes a comprehensive program aimed at the explanation and implementation of Islamic practices and principles, as well as mastery of the Arabic language. When this institution first opened its doors in August 1990, it had a total enrollment of 25 students and only offered kindergarten, first and second grades. As a testimony to its tremendous growth, MCC-FTS now has an enrollment upwards of 480 students, over 55 staff members.

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MCC FULL TIME SCHOOL ANNUAL PARENT SURVEY

Assalamualaikum!

Dear Parents,
Your participation in this annual survey is important as it helps us better serve our community. Please give us your positive and constructive feedback. Please click the link HERE to complete this 5-7 minute survey. Please only one survey submission per parent.

Please note: Survey will close on July 10, 2014. Please submit by this date.

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AlhumdilAllah! It’s Official! MCC Full Time School has changed our name to MCC Academy! Our website will reflect this name change by the beginning of the 2014/15 school year in September 2014 – stay tuned! To celebrate this exciting transformation, we are asking MCCFTS students, parents and staff to submit their ideas for a new school logo. Our school council will select the winning entry. Please see flyer below for more information.
Logo Design Contest flyer

 

Quote of the Month

Allah’s beloved prophet Hadrat MUHAMMAD{peace be upon him}said:
“Sha’ban is my month,Rajab is Allah’s month and Ramadan is the month of my Ummah[Community]
Sha’ban is expiator,while Ramadan is the prufier.”

Sha’aban and Shabee barat

Sha’aban is the eighth month between Rajab and Ramadan in the lunar Islamic calendar. The word sha’aban comes from the Arabic word, tash’aba which means ‘to go in different directions’. This is the month when the Arabs used to go in different directions fighting their enemies.

One of the most important days fall in this month, Sabee barat also known as Laylat al Bara’at. This is known as the ‘night of forgiveness’. It is believed by many muslims that Allah (subhanahu watala) records the faith of the people. On this holy night, people pray for forgiveness. And Allah (subhanahu watala) the all merciful accepts the prayers. Spend as much time of the night alone whether it be in zikr or in salaah, in tasbih and tahmeed, praying salat-ul-tasbih or any form of ibaadah (worship).

As Ali (radhiallahu anhu) narrates that Rasullullah (salallahu alaihi wasalam) said, “When it is the fifteenth of Shabaan, then stand (in worship) at night and fast during the day. Because Allah (subhanahu watala) descends in this night at sunset to the first heaven and says: ‘Is there any seeker of forgiveness that I may forgive him? Is there any seeker of sustenance, that I may sustain him? Is there anyone in affliction, that I may remove his affliction? Is there anyone like this, like that (and so on)?’ This continues until Fajr.”
(Ibn Majah)

Allah is the greatest and most merciful. He has given us many opportunities to redeem ourselves from the sins we’ve committed. As this night approaches, strengthen your love and show Allah your devotion to being a good Muslim.