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Students in Action, NJ

Congratulations to our SIA team for receiving the silver medal at the Jefferson Award Nationals held on June 18, 2015 in Washington D.C . 

After attending the Fall Student Leadership Conference in October, the High School Students in Action Club attended their second conference this year at Kean University, today, January 8th, 2014. The students spent a day of leadership training, learning how to effectively grow service projects within the Darul Arqam School community and beyond. The conferences  provide a platform for collaboration amongst other schools and broaden the students’ network of connections with other school leaders. 

Students in Action Team at the Jersey Shore, One Year After Hurricane Sandy

Darul Arqam School's Students in Action team at the Jersey Shore, one year after Hurricane Sandy.

Students In Action Team Wins the Silver Banner for Service Leadership

Our High School Students in Action team did a great job at the SIA NJ Spring competition held at Kean University, on April 17th, 2013. After months of community service and working on their seven-goals project, our students compiled a presentation based on the volunteer work accomplished. 


Mashaa Allah, our team won the Silver Banner for Service Leadership. Please visit the Students in Action link here for more information.

Students In Action & Ummah in Focus Join Hands to Help Restore Staten Island

Darul Arqam School High School Students come to the aid of the people of Staten Island on Saturday, November 10, 2012.

The arrival of devastation and depression

There was a known arrival of a hurricane
who didn't do much rather than brought pain.
Their tears were a bit too much to hold
with all the pain they couldn't stand bold.
watching the happiness drift away
as they watch upon it with nothing left to say.
and all it ended was with silence screaming
with broken hearts that weren't believing.
with blinded paths they could not see
with unidentified homes so sadly
an impacted force came and took it all
it led to disaster and a big fall
and now for the arrival of happiness to land
we must put ourselves out there with a helping hand
because nobody likes to be left in the rain

cold; lonely, just empty with pain.

By: Niha Cheema (9th Grade)

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