Under a license from the Ministry of Education (MOE) and a license from Jabatan Agama Islam Selangor, At-Tamimi Integrated Islamic School (AIIS) opened its doors in January of 2007, with a goal and vision of providing quality education, while instilling students with correct Islamic teachings, morals, and etiquettes. At its inception, AIIS began with a three-shop lot, two pre-school classes, four primary classes, twenty-five students, and ten instructors. With its reputation for excellence and the need to expand, in 2011 AIIS moved to its current facility in USJ 19, Subang Jaya to better accommodate our growing number of students. In 2013, AIIS received approval from the MOE to open its doors to secondary students, offering now both primary and secondary education, in addition to a pre-school.

In our continued pursuit of academic excellence, AIIS is also pleased and honoured to announce that we are the first and only Integrated Islamic school to be awarded International Baccalaureate (IB) candidacy status in Malaysia. Working closely with the IB governing body, AIIS is currently offering the IB Primary Years Programme and the Middle Years Programme, while working diligently to become an authorized IB World School. And by the grace of Allah, we have now also been authorised by the IB governing body to deliver the Diploma Programme in 2019. These three internationally recognized programmes will allow AIIS to supplement our commitment to quality Islamic education with a reputable continuous curriculum from pre-school to pre-university, opening many doors for our students upon graduation. Each of the IB programmes is committed to the development of students according to the IB learner profile – developing learners who are:

  •      Inquirers
  •  Open Minded
  •  Knowledgeable
  • Caring
  •  Thinkers
  •  Risk-takers
  • Communicators
  • Balanced
  •  Principled
  •  Reflective

MISSION

Our mission and commitment to all students is to:

  • Provide quality, educational programs that integrate internationally recognized curriculums with Islamic and Arabic studies.
  • Promote excellent personal manners, high moral values, and strong leadership skills that align with teachings in the Qur’an and Sunnah
  • Prepare students for becoming good citizens and contributing members of society and the global world at large
  • Empower students to seek and succeed in post-secondary education and beyond, by developing inquisitive, analytical minds through contextual teaching and learning
  • Instill tolerance by embracing ethnic and cultural differences and understanding in line with Islamic principles of respect and peace