The vision of the Islamic Society of Milwaukee is is to serve the religious, educational and social needs of our community and to promote good citizenship, all according to the Qur’an and Sunnah [the teachings of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him)].
The VIP Program aims to connect young Muslim girls with one another and build up their character and their relationship with Allah(swt). Application and more information can be found here .
Several Jalsas are held weekly at ISM. There are Jalsas tailored for only men, for only women, for our youth, and even Jalsas in different languages. See our events page for more details.
Every Friday night from 6 to 8pm, the program incorporates youth discussions, speakers, basketball and other sports.
The mission of this institute is to empower the community with Qur’anic literacy and Tajweed, available for children and adult sisters. Classes are held Thurs/Fri from 6-8p and Sat from 10a-1p. Download registration form here.
The weekend school seeks to provide religious instruction for students from kindergarten to high school. Scroll down for more information.
Periodic blood drives, refugee assistance, food pantry and counseling to name a few. See our events page for more details!
Salam School is a full time K4-12 school that is operated by the Islamic Society of Milwaukee. In addition to offering core classes in reading, writing and arithmetic, Salam School also provides Arabic language and Islamic study courses. It is accredited by National Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA) as well as the Wisconsin Religious and Independent Schools Association (WRISA).
Salam School operates on two campuses. The grade school is located at 815 W. Layton Avenue. The middle and high school are located in the main facility of the Islamic Society of Milwaukee, 4707 S. 13th Street. For the 2011-2012 school year, Salam School has 740 enrolled students and about 85 staff members. Salam School staff members come from diverse backgrounds, including various faith communities.