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Al Rashid Saturday School Summer Program 
Institution name: Islamic Center of San Diego
Address: 7050 Eckstrom Ave
San Diego, CA 92111
Telephone: (858) 278-5240
Fax: (858) 279-9259
Web address: http://www.icsd.org/
Name: Saadah Saty
Title: Principal
Email: alrashidsaturdayschool@icsd.org
Telephone: (858) 643-1610
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Al Rashid School is located in the Islamic Center of San Diego. It is a 4 week-long program on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays from 10 am to 2 pm that teaches Quran, Arabic & Islamic Studies, Islamic videos & books, and Islamic Arts & Crafts to students ranging from age 4 through 16.  The school provides essential Islamic and Arabic education in order for children to develop a positive and appropriate Islamic identity.
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  • Arabic
  • Program type:  Summer Program
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    This profile was created by Hanwool Choe on June 3rd, 2014.

    Updated by Carmen Winkler on 10/20/2017