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Islamic Schools

Averroes High School


Averroes High school was founded in 2010 by a a group of educators eager to provide a strong option for the Muslim youth in the Bay Area. These Muslim educators joined together their classical teaching knowledge with their modern teaching skills along with a constant lens or morality and hope in supporting students for success. It is our goal to support our students with strong sense of identity and clarity if vision.

43174 Osgood Rd, Fremont, CA 94539

(510) 580-4566 info@averroesinstitute.com

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Granada School

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Granada Islamic School (GIS) provides an unparalleled educational experience that is rich in diversity, devoted to bringing about positive change, and focused on results. Our GIS Family Community and their voice is a clear testament to the impact that our commitment to enriching students’ lives has had for over 28 years. The GIS Family experience molds generations of leaders and scholars in their fields of study. GIS Family’s devotion to making a positive change in our surrounding communities is what defines our character.

We offer all academic subjects including Computer Science, Science, Math, Art, English, PE, History and Islamic subjects including Quran, Islamic Studies, and Arabic to over 480 students from Pre-K to High School. We recently opened our Granada Islamic High School and urge everyone interested to apply today or call 408-980-1161 to find out more. We offer scholarships, financial assistance, and awards to families and students that qualify.

Our metrics for success are measured by the level of preparedness that our students’ exhibit and the tangible results that appear in their experiences, their success in college and the workplace, and their devotion to making a meaningful difference that brings about positive change. Take the time today to invest in the future by volunteering your skills, time, and resources to building a world class institution that prepares the finest and best students for a successful university/college experience, job skills that distinguish them as leaders, and life skills that make the world a better place. Invest in the Future and help establish “Young Hearts.Great Minds.Bright Futures.”

Contact Br. Anwar directly: anwara@granadaschool.org or (408) 980-1161 x 251 or (650) 228-6066.

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San Francisco Islamic School (SFIS)


San Francisco Islamic School has been serving San Francisco Bay Area Muslim residents since 2005. SFIS offers Sunday school, an afterschool program, continuing education classes and a full time school
Our mission is to guide our students to absorb the inner dimensions of the Islamic Studies. We want our students to exemplify a Muslim character with a strong faith, a solid knowledge base, the best of manners, and a comfortable openness built on deep understanding of the fundamental principals of our religion, and recognition of genuine ethical universal values.
San Francisco Islamic School offers structured Sunday school placing its emphasize on teaching young Muslims about their religion. Our classes are held on Sundays during the school year from September until May. Our schedule is from 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM. We serve students from all around the San Francisco Bay Area ranging from Pre-K students to high school students. Arabic language is an important part of our curriculum.


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Solano County Islamic Center

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The Solano County Islamic Center provides an Islamic Sunday school for the children of Solano and Napa Counties ages 5 to adult. We teach our children The Quran, Tafseer, Seera, Islamic Studies and the Arabic language. For years we have also realized the necessity for a full time regular school for the children of our community. To someday realize this dream, Solano County Islamic Center with the help of the community has purchased vacant property located in the City of American Canyon Alhamdulillah. With this property Incha Allah we will be able to provide to the local Masjids of Solano and Napa counties along with residents of southern Sonoma County, a full service Islamic Center which will include a full time academic “magnet” school based on Islamic principles.

Yousef Congestio: (323) 804-8528 or Dr. Mervat Elaraby: (707) 301-8156

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Zaytuna College


Zaytuna College, the first Muslim liberal arts college in the United States, began in 1996 as Zaytuna Institute in Hayward, California, co-founded by Hamza Yusuf and Hesham Alalusi. During its early years in the San Francisco Bay Area, the institute, through its educational programs, publications, and productions, established an international reputation for its efforts to help revive Islam’s educational and intellectual legacy and to popularize traditional learning among Western Muslims.

In 2004, noting the paucity of religious leaders with the cultural literacy to tend to the spiritual and pastoral needs of American Muslims, Zaytuna Institute launched a pilot seminary program. Under the guidance of Zaid Shakir, the program trained and graduated five students in 2008. After the culmination of the pilot program, the Board of Directors of Zaytuna Institute (later renamed the Board of Trustees of Zaytuna College) guided the organization through a seismic transition, with the goal of establishing an accredited Muslim institution of higher education in the United States.

In 2009, Zaytuna College was launched in Berkeley, California, by Hatem Bazian, Zaid Shakir, and Hamza Yusuf. The Summer Arabic Intensive, a two-month, residential language course, was its first academic program. Subsequently, the undergraduate program welcomed its inaugural freshman class for the Fall 2010 semester.

In the ensuing years, Zaytuna College continued to refine its academic identity, rooting itself firmly in the American liberal arts tradition. By 2012, it also secured a flagship building for its permanent campus atop Berkeley’s famed “Holy Hill,” an academic neighborhood named for the host of religious colleges that have made their homes there. Zaytuna College expects to confer its first undergraduate degrees to its initial cohort of students in Spring 2014.

2401 Le Conte Ave,
Berkeley, CA 94709
Office Main Line: 510-356-4760
Fax Line: 510-327-2688

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Berkeley Masjid

Berkeley Masjid

The Berkeley Masjid Foundation (BMF) is committed to maintaining a permanent place of worship, scholarly excellence, cultural outreach, and civic engagement for the Muslim community in Berkeley.

Located at:
2716 Derby Street
Berkeley, CA 94705.

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Islamic Center of Alameda


The Islamic Center of Alameda (ICA) offers a mosque and Community Center for youth activities, classes and programs for both adults and children, special events, and a large women’s prayer area.

In addition to being open for prayers five times a day, the ICA provides many different services to our community. These services include Social Services, Weekday and Sunday Islamic School programs, Academic Youth Tutoring, and many more.

The Islamic Center of Alameda is working to bring together the Muslim community as well as educate and share our experiences with the community at large. The information contained within this site should be regarded as a reference. If you require more detailed information please feel free to contact us with your questions.

Be sure to keep checking our Events section above, our Facebook page or shared Calendar for all of our scheduled events, activities and committee meetings.

For more information on how you can help volunteer or be part of the ICA, please send us an email at info@icabayarea.org.

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Islamic Center of Livermore

Islamic Center of Livermore

Islamic Center of Livermore
379 C South Livermore Ave.
Livermore, CA 94550

Phone Numbers: (925) 315-7402 (Text/Voice)
Email: icl@iclivermore.org
Mailing list: ICL Yahoo Group. To join, send an email request to i_c_l-subscribe@yahoogroups.com.

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Islamic Center of North Marin

Islamic Center of North Marin

In 2006, a few brothers were in need of a Masjid in Novato, where they could pray Jummah and still be close to work. Initially, they gathered in one brother’s garage for a few months, but as more families arrived in North Marin, a larger space was needed. So, in 2007, a small space was rented in Novato and ICNM came into existence.

Now, our community has grown to 100’s of families from all over the world, and we are in need of a larger facility once more. We hope you will be able to support us in this endeavor so we can establish an even larger Muslim community in Marin.

Address: 154 A Hamilton Drive,
Novato,CA 94949.
Phone:      415-578-0579
Email:   icnmofficer@islamiccenternm.org

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Islamic Society of East Bay (ISEB)


Islamic Society of East Bay (ISEB) is a nonprofit organization which holds the tenets of Islam as in the Holy Quran, and the practices of Prophet Mohammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him). ISEB dedicates itself to organize religious, educational and social activities for Muslims and communities at large.

Address: 33330 Peace Terrace, Fremont, CA 94555

Phone: (510) 429-4732

Fax: (510) 429-4786

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Islamic Society of San Francisco (ISSF)

Islamic Society of San Francisco

Our mission is to cultivate a tolerant practice of Islam and to educate both Muslims and non-Muslims about Islam through religious, cultural, and recreational activities.

Our vision is the emergence of an American Muslim identity founded on compassion, respect, dignity, and love as encompassed in the Qur’an and the example of the Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him.

We are a registered non-profit 501(c)(3) organization in the state of California. We currently manage Masjid Darussalam, the largest mosque in downtown San Francisco. We invite people of all religious and cultural backgrounds to join us in our activities.
20 Jones Street
San Francisco, CA 94102-3945

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Lighthouse Mosque

fw-profile-imageThe Lighthouse Mosque was founded in 2007 by Imam Zaid Shakir. The community of the Lighthouse is diverse and tries to adhere to the teaching of Allah’s final Messenger PBUH. Currently the Lighthouse is run by a Majlis Shura consisting of 5 brothers and 3 sisters. It is located in North Oakland and has a rotating group of teachers and speakers that teach classes and delivered khutbah. May Allah continue to bless the Lighthouse community with informative classes, lectures and a healthy spirit of teamwork and brotherhood. May Allah bless all the Muslims with good in this world and good in the next and may He save us from the fire.


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Masjid Waritheen

Information about Masjid Waritheen will be updated soon.

Muslim Community Association (MCA)

Muslim Community Association

Muslim Community Association (MCA) was incorporated as a non-profit religious organization in 1981. We have come a long way from our humble beginnings back in the year 1982-83 when we had a very small place for prayers that soon grew into Masjid-un-Noor. Continued growth then led to acquisition of the MCA building in 1994.

MCA has grown several folds in terms of its community strength and size in the last 30 years. Our main MCA building is approximately 90,000 sq. ft. in size including the lobby expansion that was opened to public in August 2011. In May 2013, MCA has purchased 33,000 sq. ft. next door facility (3033 Scott Blvd). Alhamdollah due to the campus expansion, MCA became the largest Islamic Center in the United States. We have over 3,000 people attending Jumaa prayers on Fridays. Our Granada Islamic School provides one of the best schooling alternatives to our community members who wish to offer quality education to their children in an Islamic environment.

In addition to being open for prayers five times a day, MCA provides Educational programs (dawah), outreach services, social services, Weekend Islamic School (WIS) programs, Islamic Counseling and Education (ICE), Youth and Women’s services, Reknowned visiting scholars, etc. All of this has been possible primarily due to the Will and Blessings of Allah (SWT) and due to the very generous support of our community members and tireless efforts of many dedicated volunteers over the past few decades.

3003/3033 Scott Blvd
Santa Clara, CA 95054 | Map
(408) 727-7277 Tel
(408) 970-9561 Fax

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San Ramon Valley Islamic Center (SRVIC)

San Ramon Valley Islamic Center

San Ramon Valley Islamic Center (SRVIC) is a 501(c)(3)non-profit organization that offers a broad range of religious, educational, cultural, social and charitable activities to the Muslim Community based around the cities of Pleasanton, Livermore, Dublin, San Ramon and Danville.

SRVIC has been serving the Muslim Community Tri Valley Area since 1992, when the Muslim families moving into the area decided that they needed an Islamic Center to organize their religious, cultural and educational activities. In 1992, about  twenty families were members of SRVIC.

As the number of Muslim families grew in the area, SRVIC acquired its first building in 1998. The last four years saw the the Muslim population in the Tri Valley Area grow at a tremendous rate. In 2010, SRVIC acquired the adjoining building to its existing facility, as part of its expansion plan to accommodate the growing needs of the Community. With the grace of Allah, SRVIC now serves over 400 Muslim families in the area.

2232 Camino Ramon
San Ramon
CA, 94583

Email : info@srvic.org


South Bay Islamic Association (SBIA)


The South Bay Islamic Association (SBIA) is one of the oldest Islamic Organizations in The Bay Area. Its headquarters are located in downtown San Jose. SBIA has been providing various services to the community since 1977 including the five daily prayers at two locations (San Jose Downtown, and Evergreen) and Jumuah prayers in North San Jose. SBIA has been active in spreading Islam through various Dawah programs and by hosting a number of activities including Weekend Islamic School, Quranic classes for children, Tafseer (English translation and Exegesis) classes for adults, conferences and community get-togethers.

SBIA Downtown
325 N. 3rd St
San Jose, CA 95112
P:(408) 947-9389
Masjid al-Mustafa
2345 Harris Way
San Jose, CA 95131
P:(408) 947-9389

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South Valley Islamic Center (SVIC)

South Valley Islamic Center

The South Valley Islamic Center (SVIC) serves Muslim families residing in South Santa Clara County(California) who wish to learn and practice our faith, Islam.

Our member demographics are varied, from singles to families and from students to the retired. Ethnically, culturally and linguistically we are equally diverse, with representatives from practically every major region in the world. Our commonalty is that we are Muslim Americans and this is our home.

Our place for congregational prayers and community events is the “Masjid” or mosque. Our masjid is a House of God; as such it welcomes all children of Adam.

SVIC is a non-profit religious organization dedicated to helping and encouraging Muslims and non-Muslims acquire the basic knowledge of Islam through a free exchange of ideas in an environment of civility and mutual respect that would lead to a greater understanding and peace in our society.

P.O. Box 1777 Morgan Hill, CA 95038 Voice Mail: (408) 861-5360

General Information: info@svic.org

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West Valley Muslim Association (WVMA)

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The West Valley Muslim Association serves offers religious services and community events to the Muslim communities in Saratoga, Sunnyvale, Campbell, and Cupertino.

We hold Friday Prayers at the Saratoga Prospect Center located at 19848 Prospect Road in Saratoga, and five daily prayers at our Saratoga masjid, located at 12370 Saratoga-Sunnyvale Road in Saratoga.

Phone: (408) 805-4560


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Yaseen Foundation


Yaseen Foundation is the Muslim Community Association of the Peninsula centered in Belmont, California, which is in the center of the San Francisco Bay Area. 

Yaseen is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in late 1999. It is managed by volunteers who are elected by its members. Yaseen’s services are leveraged by a large community, which spans from Daly City and South San Francisco to Palo Alto, California.

Community and PR  650 517 3690  community@yaseen.org
 Yaseen Burlingame Center  –  ybc@yaseen.org
 Masjid  –  masjid@yaseen.org
 Zakat  –  zakat@yaseen.org
 Imam, Shura, Family Affairs  –  shura@yaseen.org
 Yaseen Sisters  –  sc@yaseen.org
 Executive Committee  –  ec@yaseen.org
 Al-Iman Islamic School  –  info@alimanislamicschool.org
 2nd Harvest Food Distribution  –  secondharvest@yaseen.org
 Multi Faith  –  multifaith@yaseen.org

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Muslim Services

American Muslims for Palestine (AMP)

The American Muslims for Palestine is all about educating people about Palestine, its rich cultural and historical heritage and about how the people of Palestine have been living under occupation for decades. We do this for two reasons. First, we want to put a human face on Palestinians so people will come to see we are all alike, with the same hopes, dreams and aspirations.

Second, we believe once Americans know the truth that their tax dollars support the longest-lasting and the last military occupation in modern history they won’t stand for it and will demand that Congress change our foreign policy in the Middle East to one that is more balanced and just for everyone living in the Holy Land.

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American Muslim Voice (AMV)

The AMV Foundation is committed to connect people from all walks of life. Through education and social interaction we will erase our fears and will joyously accept each other so we can celebrate our diversity. We are taking the interfaith dialog to the next level by fostering life long friendships among all Americans.

We work with all Muslim, multi-faith, and community organizations/groups and individuals who share our dedication and commitment to build an inclusive and beloved community.

The AMV Foundation celebrates diversity and values all human beings regardless of race, religion, social status, or creed. We strive to create a culture of peace, acceptance, mutual respect and harmony.

We regard all humans as equal and will stand by all oppressed and targeted communities in their plight. We also feel strongly about protecting and improving human rights globally. As promised in our constitution: We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all humans are created equally, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights.” We believe in “Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness” for all.

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CAIR – SF Bay Area

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Helping Hand for Relief & Development

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ICNA Bay Area Chapter

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Islamic Organization of North America (IONA)

Islamic Relief

Islamic Scholarship Fund (ISF)

ISNA West Zone

Indian Muslim Relief Committee (IMRC)

MAS Bay Area


Shia Association of Bay Area (SABA)

United Muslims of America Interfaith Alliance

Religious Arts & Culture

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