Academy News & Events


Welcome to the Academy, welcome to learning. Edmonton Islamic Academy students learn, achieve, and grow in an environment that promotes Islamic character as modeled by Prophet Mohamed (PBUH) and his companions. The Academy offers a rich learning experience fully compliant with the Alberta curriculum. In addition, our students are taught to be engaged and responsible Canadian citizens. Our goal is to provide the environment and the tools necessary to fulfill this mission.


Kindergarten FOP-Polly Panda PJ Party and Puppet Show
Wednesday / October 26, 2016 / EIA Cafeteria - Library / 6:00 to 8:00 PM

All Kindergarten parents are cordially invited to attend the FOP session for parents by Margot Byers on (Sleep talk). Maralyn Ryan (the Puppet lady)will be presenting an amazing puppet show for our young kindergarten students in their PJ's, while parents are attending the presentation. The cherry on the top is yummy, hot chocolate, cookies and a surprise guest. It's great fun, don't miss it!

High School Trip: WE Alberta Conference
Wednesday / October 26, 2016 / Saddledome Calgary

Some of our High School students with their teachers will leave early morning to attend We Day Alberta Conference in Calgary at the Saddledome. The Conference brings together world-renowned speakers, A-list performers, and tens of thousands of youth to recognise and learn about actions that transformed communities and changed lives. The Me to We movement focusses on social justice. This fits well with our vision of becoming responsible, respectful, and successful contributors to society.

Monthly Assembly - Grade 6
Thursday / October 27, 2016 / EIA Cafteria / 8:45 to 10:00 AM

All Grade 6 parents are cordially invited this morning to attend a special assembly prepared by our talented Grade 6 students with the guidance of amazing Grade 6 Team of teachers. An opportune moment for staff, students and parents to celebrate the success of learning.

Breast Cancer Awareness: Pink Day
Thursday / October 27, 2016 / EIA

In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, students may wear pink clothing. Specifically: girls may wear pink hijabs and boys pink shirts. There will be bake sale and fun activities to raise funds for the cause. All money collected will be donated for Breast Cancer Research. A day to enjoy with your friends and raise funds for a cause.

Grade 6: Sound Sense Presentation
Thursday / October 27, 2016 / Grade 6 classes / 10:15 to 11:15 AM

Students from the University of Alberta will conduct an educational presentation for Grade 6 students on how different sounds affect our ears. They will teach students about the causes of deafness and how to properly take care of their ears.

Breast Cancer Awareness: Teachers vs Students Soccer Match
Friday / October 28, 2016 / EIA Gym / 2:45 to 3:30 PM

In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, EIA Athletics department is organizing a Staff vs Students Soccer Match at the end of the school day. A collection box is at the event. The suggested donation for participants is $2. Your contributions are warmly received and will benefit cancer research.

Picture Day
Friday / October 28, 2016 / EIA Cafeteria / 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM

Picture Day is here! All students be well groomed in proper uniforms to be ready for your fabulous photograph to be clicked on this day. Keep smiling!

Kindergarten FOP-Ride Safely on the Bus
Monday / October 31, 2016 / In classes / 8:45 to 11:25 AM / 12:40 to 3:20 PM

All parents are cordially invited to attend with our young KIndergarten students 'Ride safely on the bus' FOP session. The presenter in interactive and fun way will make students aware of the safety measures to be taken while riding on the bus.

Jump Rope For Hearts-Kick off Assembly
Tuesday / November 1, 2016 / EIA Gym / 8:30 AM

EIA students and School community participates in this cause each year. The kick off assembly of “Jump Rope for Hearts” will be held on this day, after the morning assembly. It declares the start of the fundraising process to support “Heart & Stroke foundation” in their research concerning heart disease and stroke.

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