IQRA Public School upholds the Islamic tradition of great respect for knowledge and an open spirit of inquiry. The rich vein of excellence in learning within the Islamic heritage is the foundation of the rigorous academic program which is intended to serve the needs of the modern world without sacrificing moral and spiritual values. Since the Islamic faith addresses the complete personality, it is IQRA Public School's philosophy that knowledge of the world and practice of our shared beliefs should be integrated into a cohesive whole.

We want to develop our educational culture and enable our students become productive and integrated with the society in a manner that blends change with continuity and morale with academics. We believe that children can be best educated when they are taught with example of moral values and standard tolerance and correct understanding of ones and other religion is crucial towards building a harmonious society


Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) said: Atta libul ilm faridhatol kuli muslimeen (Seeking knowlegde is obligatory upon every muslim).


Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) was sent to perfect moral values and good manners.

From the principal desk

The word "Education" can best be understood in the Indian context from two of the words derived from sanskrit "Shiksha" and "Vidya". While the former means "Discipline" the latter means "to Know". Put together this shows that discipline the mind and imparting knowledge were foremost consideration in India and conforms to Aristotle's universal definition of education "Education is the creation of a sound mind in a sound body". This understanding of education takes us close to the very first revelation of the Holy Quran "Read (IQRA) in the name of your Lord.

Provide Quality Education & Personal Excellence

  • Provide quality; educational programs that integrate academic, Islamic, and Arabic studies
  • Promote excellent personal manners, high moral values, and strong leadership skills
  • Prepare students to become good citizens and contributing members of society
  • Empower students to seek and succeed in post-secondary education
  • Guide students to develop life skills and interests