After School Clubs

As part of our ILM Academy's enrichment program, our school proudly hosts the following after-school clubs/activities:

Our goal is to provide as many opportunities for students to indulge in extracurricular activities. However, this is all tentative; depending on resource availability and interest from our student/parent-body. To accommodate a certain club/activity, the school sends out a parent survey in order to gauge parent enthusiasm and commitment.

 

  • Robotics - An afterschool program where students from Grades 2 - 8 will use STEM-based educational concepts to learn how to design, build, and program robots using IPad and computers.
 
  • Soccer Club - The program will be focused on teaching the essential skills of soccer, motivating the students to learn the fundamentals rules of soccer, help build a greater sense of teamwork among peers, knowledge, and appreciation of the game and good sportsmanship. The fundamentals that will be taught are how to receive, pass, and kick the ball. The goal is to prepare the students to play using the skills taught in this program and to compete with other teams. This program is for boys from Grades 3rd and up.
 
  • Art Club - The club will focus on teaching the essential skills of art, motivating the students from Grades 3 to 8 to learn the fundamental concepts of painting and sculpture, help build a greater sense of creativity, knowledge, and nurture their imagination. The fundamentals that will be taught are how to paint with acrylic and watercolors, as well as sculpt clay. 
 
  • Science Olympiad - The afterschool club for students that are in Grades 3 to 8. The club will provide students engaging learning opportunities in a variety of STEM lessons. Students will work on different events involving hands-on activities and will then compete in a regional competition.
 
  • Model United Nations - At Model UN, students in Grades 6 and up, step into the shoes of ambassadors of countries that are members of the United Nations. They debate current issues, draft resolutions, plot strategy, negotiate with supporters and adversaries, resolve conflicts, and navigate the UN's rules of procedure- all in the interest of resolving problems that affect the world. 
 
  • Beta Club - Promotes the ideals of academic achievement, character development, service, and enhance leadership through compassion among elementary and secondary school students. The club recognizes and honors high academic achievement and prepares young people for life and empowering them to be successful, and it also aims to develop the leaders of tomorrow. Students in Grades 4 to 8 must meet the following requirements to qualify for the initial selection of the club (round 1): GPA - 3.0 and/or Spring MAP scores (that shows the student has scored high (80% and above) in five skill sets or more).                       
 
  • National Junior Honor Society - The program recognizes outstanding middle school level students. NJHS honors students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship.Students must meet the following criteria to qualify for the initial selection of the club: *GPA of 3.0 and above, *Fall MAP scores, *Islamic Studies - Student must have an "A" average in quarter 1.