All parents dream that their children would be more successful in their life than themselves ever were. We believe school should be a place where the elements of a successful career and understanding how to contribute to society and the close ones in the family are strengthened. Student outcomes are our promise to parents and our students.
Our motto is “Quality is Ours”.
We prepare our students to have strong identity and confidence to be good citizens with Islamic, cultural and national values. We promise to provide a good knowledge of Islam. We are committed to following Islamic values and character in our everyday life.
We love and are proud of our traditions. We use local wisdom whenever it is meaningful. Our students are open-minded, have confidence and necessary skills to be global citizens. We are one big team and our school is an active part of the surrounding community. Our school provides a friendly and supportive environment for students to acquire the necessary skills for their future endeavours.
| Our Mutiara Harapan Islamic School five goals are :|
– Believe and obey to Allah Subhanahu wa ta’ala
– Capable to lead
– Capable to convey the ideas
– Capable of using information technology
– Capable to communicate both nationally and internationally
Based on the five goals, our school is committed to a Learner Profile with 7 attributes that represent best our Values in the Mutiara Harapan Islamic School. We believe these attributes can help individuals and groups become beneficial Moslem of local, national and global communities.
| Our Learner profile:|
Believe and Obey to Allah SWT
1. Be Trustworthy and speak the truth. Be honest to others and primarily honest to Allah SWT. Change attitude and actions depending on company and circumstances–but with a sound reason, and in a “good” way. Uphold proper manners (adab) that are appropriate to the situation is from being true.
2. Be Discipline, because it is at the heart of any successful person. Be challenged with the nowadays situation that requires good routines and well-planned life.
3. Be Courteous by showing caring, empathy, respect and accepting others who are different in their race, culture and even beliefs. Care, accept and play with friends, show tolerance and realize that they want to be respected, have their ideas heard, and receive fair treatment from them just as they wanted the same.
Capable to lead
4. Be Responsible for your own future by taking ownership of your own learning. Work well independently but also with others. Understand that actions have impacts on others and on the environment. Appreciate the importance of culture, context, and community.
Capable to convey the ideas
5. Be Resilient to achieve targets that seem at first impossible to achieve and insist on completing them with pride in the outcome. Be able to communicate and defend views and opinions as well as respect those of others. In case of difficulties or opposition use advocacy (tabligh) to convey the ideas to concrete.
Capable in using information and technology
6. Be Inquired. Stay curious to learn new skills and are receptive to new ideas with new technology. Be a lifelong learner that embody a spirit of inquiry and have the willingness to read deeper situation (iqra).
Capable to communicate both nationally and internationally
7. Be Confident in working with information and ideas – your own and those of others. Express confidently and creatively in more than one language and in many ways. Be confident and secure in the knowledge, unwilling to take things for granted and ready to take intellectual risks. Be keen to explore and evaluate ideas and arguments in a structured, critical and analytical way.