Islam. For Teens. Online.

Teaching the Islamic sciences by bridging the traditional and modern approach.


What Parents are Saying

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Salih D. R. Erschen, USA

"Bismillah... Our children have been studying Qur'an and have enjoyed Aqidah, Seerah, and Arabic courses. They often share with enthusiasm the lessons that they have covered with Ustadh Ismail. We are thankful to Allah for the positive blessings our children have gained through their connection with the online academy."


Our Philosophy

Tradition Meets Modernity

Rawdah provides an enriched learning environment for Muslim teens (13-19) to learn about Islam, develop critical thinking skills, and enlighten their hearts. ​Our youth face ideologies that promote atheism, LGBTQ, materialism, evolution, among others. Our program is designed to illuminate their context with the light of knowledge.

Our structured curriculum includes classes on faith, practice, history, character, lives of the Prophets, Hadith, Tafsir, and much more.

Rawdah is for teens who are either homeschooled or want to supplement their secular education with a strong foundation in Islamic learning.

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The Experience


A Structured Curriculum

Our curriculum is curated for Muslim teens in the west. Subjects follow classical texts, yet are accompanied with a relevant explanation. Upon the completion of a subject, students receive a personal certificate.

Remote Learning

Students are able to log in to the live lessons from anywhere in the world. The online platform includes downloadable textbooks, a Q&A messaging section, and quizzes. In person retreats are held in the summer (TBA).

Live Weekly Q&A's

A live one hour meeting is held online each week for Q&A's, discussions, and to hangout with classmates and the Ustadh.

Some of Ustadh Ismail's Teachers

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Shaykh Muhammad Al-Yaqoubi

Scholar | Mufti | Ranked 39 in the World’s Most Influential Muslims (The Muslim 500)

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Ustadh Ismail Bowers

Ismail was born in Knoxville, Tennessee. His father is an American convert to Islam and his mother is a teacher of Islamic studies from Fes, Morocco and a descendant of the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ.

He is young scholar and the first American to have earned an ‘Alimiyya degree in Islamic Studies from the prestigious University of Al-Qarawiyyin in Fes, Morocco.

Before that, he was the president of the Muslim Youth of Knoxville (MYK) and the Muslim Student Association at East Tennessee State University (ETSU). He was also a member of the Tennessee Olympic Soccer Team and a Division one athlete.

He is currently the Associate Imam and Director of Youth Development at the Islamic Center of Greater Toledo and is pursuing a Masters in Theology at the highly regarded Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.


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