BMA Facts / Highlights


Relationship: Baitul Mukarram Academy (BMA) is the Sister Organization of Baitul Mukarram Islamic Society (BMIS).

Date of Inception: September 2nd, 2014.

Status: Approved by the Ontario Ministry of Education and a BSID # is assigned to include in Ministry’s Website.

Grade Level: From JK/SK to Grade 08 from the School Year 2015-2016.

Sections: Separate Boys and Girls Sections.

Educators: Male teachers for Boys Section and female teachers for Girls Section.

Curriculum: Islamic education with Ontario Ministry of Education curriculum.

School Year: From September to June.

School Hours: From 8:30 am to 3:30 pm, Monday to Friday, except holidays.

How do I Register


Parents/guardians are to register their child in person at BMA. The following documents are required for registration:

Registration FORM (completed & signed)

  • CAD 200 for EACH Student / Child per month
  • CAD 175 for 2nd or 3rd or 4th... Student /child of same parents
  • During Admission: Four months’ TOTAL Tuition Fee $800 (for ONE Child) PLUS one time $300 (for EACH Child) for registration, books & supplies, & students’ NUTRITION program.

  • At the beginning of 2nd Term: $800 for middle 4 months’ Tuition Fee

  • At the beginning of Final / 3rd Term: $800 for last 4 months’ Tuition Fee

Copy of BIRTH Certificate

Most Recent REPORT CARD

Updated Immunization Record Card

Legal Status Documents

CONSENT Form for Excursion

Most Recent TAX Assessment Report by CRA

Terms and Conditions

Other Documents


Class Room Rules


Say `Assalamu Alaikum` when entering in the classroom with right foot

Get ready with your subject books and notebooks

Listen attentively while the teacher speaks

For asking questions, raise your hand and wait for your turn

Do not hurt others` feelings, and treat others the same way you would like to be treated

Do not talk back of the teachers

No bullying

Take care of the class property and keep the classroom clean and tidy

Seek teacher`s permission before going out of classroom

No eating or chewing in the classroom