The Center for Arabic Culture’s (CAC) Arabic School in New England focuses on both academic empowerment and cultural enrichment activities. Our goal is to equip every student with the tools to speak, read and write Arabic. The school’s goal is to empower students through education, and to develop knowledge and pride in the Arabic language and culture. We teach Arabic language to kids and adults in 19 different class levels. The CAC Arabic School shares the organization's vision of promoting Arabic culture with no affiliation to any religious or political organizations. Our Arabic school starts in September of each year.
The school is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment where diversity is celebrated, where respect will be practiced to foster the academic and cultural development of all students regardless of gender, race or religion.
If you just want to learn a little more about CAC's Arabic School, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Curriculum Committee and teachers are highly qualified and are committed to providing a stimulating curriculum that emphasizes the Arabic language and the arts.
In 2017, CAC hired Ms. Ikram Easton as our Arabic curriculum director. Ms. Easton continues to train School Teachers, improve the curriculum, and match it with the US National Standards of Teaching Second Languages. To read more about Ms. Ikram and her work with CAC, please Click Here.
We have an excellent team of highly educated, passionate and experienced Arabic teachers! Learn more about them here.