Cultivating Compassionate Global Leaders
toward a more humane world
Through a Transformative Online Educational Experience
a school without borders
Our Virtual Campus
Infused With The Quranic Worldview
Nurture a Balanced Islamic Framework
Who We Are
Who We Are
Legacy International Online High School is a highly selective Islamic school offering a rigorous, college-preparatory curriculum for grades 6â12. Our distinguished faculty inspire academically gifted students to achieve their potential through real-time classes.
Legacy IOHS cultivates compassionate global leaders through a transformative online educational experience infused with the Qur’anic worldview.
Our Educational Philosophy
The Legacy Advantage
The Legacy Advantage
Legacy IOHS is honored to create a new model for Islamic secondary education – a rigorous, first-class education accessible to talented secondary students across the globe. Utilizing an online platform, Legacy IOHS is able to recruit some of the most highly qualified educators in the United States and beyond!
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Dr. Susan Douglass
Susan Douglass received her PhD in history from George Mason University, and M.A. in Arab Studies from the Georgetown University Center for Contemporary Arab Studies, where she is currently K-14 Education Outreach Coordinator, and does professional development workshops for the Bridge Initiative in the Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding at Georgetown.
Dr. Nur Jannah Hassan
Nur Jannah Hassan earned her Ph.D. in Philosophy, Ethics & Contemporary Issues, her M.Ed in Guidance and Counseling, and postgraduate Teaching Diploma in English and Mathematics from the International Islamic University of Malaysia (IIUM), where she is currently Assistant Professor in the Department of Fundamental and Interdisciplinary Studies, Kulliyyah of Revealed Knowledge and Human Sciences.
Dr. Freda Shamma
English / Language Arts
Freda Shamma has a M.A. from the University of California, Berkeley, and an Ed.D. from the University of Cincinnati, in the area of Curriculum Development. She has worked with educators from the United States, South Africa and all over the Muslim world to develop integrated curricula based on an Islamic worldview that meets the needs of modern Muslim youth.
Dr. Nadeem Memon
Dr. Nadeem Memon is a Senior Research Fellow in the Centre for Islamic Thought and Education (CITE) in the School of Education at UniSA. His research focuses on teacher education with particular emphasis on Islamic Pedagogy, comparative faith-based schooling, philosophy of religious education, and culturally relevant and responsive teaching.
Dr. Kamal Hassan
“The Legacy Online Secondary School Project is a distinctive, pioneering global online learning experience designed to play a leading role in reconstructing a humane civilization for all mankind. I am very impressed with this new educational project and would urge Muslim parents and children to embrace this noble cause.”
Former Malaysian Chair of Islam in SE Asia at Georgetown University, Washington D.C.
Former Rector, International Islamic University of Malaysia
Dr. Altaf Husain
“Rooted in a genuine concern for the highest quality education experience for our children, the Legacy International Online High School reflects the state of the art in character and curriculum development. There is an urgent need to provide viable alternatives to our present approach to secondary education and LIOHS is that alternative.”
Associate Professor, School of Social Work, Howard University
Sh. Abdul Nasir Jangda
“While being a community leader and educator, I am also a parent. Finding a high quality and focused curriculum for my children has been extremely difficult. The feeling of negotiating between the quality of instruction and Islamic education is very frustrating. Zaheer, whom I have known for a decade, presented this amazing initiative and project to me. While I am excited by this development in our community, I became even more enthusiastic about the solution it provides for my own children. I encourage people to take a look at Legacy and consider it for their children’s education.”
Abdul Nasir Jangda