Discover the MadrasahLife!
Our Madrasahs are important institutions in the community. They have existed for decades to produce future generations of Asatizahs. Take a peek into the interesting happenings and achievements of each of our madrasahs. Get to know more about them!
Madrasah Aljunied’s was built in 1927. The Madrasah envisions itself to bring forth intuitive scholars who possess the ability to adapt to the modern world…
Madrasah Irsyad Zuhri
Madrasah Irsyad Zuhri Al-Islamiah was first established in 1947. It offers full-time primary level curriculum and acts as the feeder to the two secondary level madrasahs…
Madrasah Al-Ma’arif was founded in 1936. It is an all-female Madrasah with intakes ranging from Primary to Pre-university levels….
Madrasah Wak Tanjong
Madrasah Wak Tanjong Al-Islamiah was first established in 1958. It offers co-education at primary, secondary and pre-university levels…
Our Student Life
Nurturing a Love for Islamic Studies: Meet Aariz Anaqi, the Madrasah Student with a Heart for Learning
Aariz Anaqi Mohammad Rizalludin, a 10-year-old student from Madrasah Irsyad Zuhri Al-Islamiah, studies and revises Arabic language, English, and Islamic subjects with his mother at home.
GCE ‘O’ Exam: Infected with COVID-19 during the exam, Aminah Fairouz was able to achieve excellent results
SINGAPORE: A total of 275 candidates from five full -time madrasahs sat for the GCE O examination last year, according to the Singapore Islamic Religious Council (MUIS). One of the madrasah students who achieved excellent results was Aminah Fairouz Adlee Nazree from...
Mishel Maryam Nasir was ranked No. 1 in her Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) four years ago, she vowed to herself that she would do well again in the O-level exam.
SINGAPORE: Lembaga Biasiswa Kenangan Maulud (LBKM) says the quality of students nominated for the LBKM Madrasah Award continues to “increase” and can be an example for national stream students.
DISCUSSIONS on inter-racial relations fueled by several recent racist incidents were held with Singapore in a strong position in terms of its multicultural citizen relations. In giving the reminder, the Minister of Culture, Community and Youth, Mr Edwin Tong, said Singapore has the benefits of a system that has been pioneered by our pioneering leaders. The system, he said, ensures “we do not fall into the difficulties faced by many other multiracial communities.”
Since she was a child, Nuha Amani Misbahuddin’s mother has emphasized on the importance of having a good education in order to climb the social ladder here.
HURDLES and hardships in life has not stopped Joshua Raqeequl Ilaah Muhammad Nur from excelling in school.
For the first time, Madrasah Aljunied Al-Islamiah prepares their own bubur Ramadan to be distributed to 400 needy residents of Jalan Kukoh throughout the whole of the holy month.
Nur Wanie Azmi, 15 years old, is a student of Madrasah Alsagoff Al-Arabiah and aspiring specialist in Islamic knowledge
Primary 6 students from Madrasah Wak Tanjong Al-Islamiah (MWTI) are the first cohort from the school taking the exams since 2017.