RISE MicroSchools

Salāmun ʿalaykum,

May Allah bless you and your family. 

RISE Hubs are an opportunity for our RISE Online families to gather on a regular basis to provide the students at RISE Online with religious, social, and academic enrichment. The RISE Hubs will be using programs created by the RISE Online team and in line with the mission and vision of the school.  Hubs will be established in communities of our RISE Online families who are interested in providing this program for their children. 


A learning coach will be identified as the RISE Hub Coordinator (RHC), and will be in communication with the Academic Coordinator. The RHC will be responsible for facilitating and organizing the programs and maintaining the finances of the local hub.


A RISE Hub benefits the whole community! RISE Online students can spend time together while sharing their love of learning and the Ahlul Bayt. RISE Hubs located in centers will encourage students participating in local programming while enjoying time with their friends.

Frequently Asked Questions



What is a RISE Hub?

A RISE Hub is a group of RISE Online families who meet together on a regular basis to provide enriching activities, programs, clubs, and academic support for their students.


What activities will you see at RISE Hub?

Students can gather together to take part in prayer, participate in online classes, have a designated lunch/snack time, complete their asynchronous work and projects, physical education, hands-on activities, and more!

Who leads the RISE Hub programs & events?

The Hub is led by the designated Learning Coach or community member who volunteers to be the Hub Coordinator. The Coordinator works with the Learning Coaches to plan events, social gatherings, enriching activities, learning trips, and more.

Who structures the RISE Hub Planning?

The RISE Hubs can utilize the recommended structure for programs and events or create their own. Hubs can also facilitate students attending their RISE Online classes.

Example A: Central or East Coast Hub

Meet 9:00 – 4:00 PM EST

Sample Schedule:

9:00 – 9:05 – Welcome & Settle
9:05 – 9:30 – RISER Meeting**
9:30 – 10:00 – Hands-on Learning Activity
10:00 – 10:15 – Brain Break/Snack
10:15 – 11:00 – Team Building or Physical Activity
11:00 – 11:30 – RISE Daily Assembly
11:30 – 4:00 – RISE Classes, Asynchronous Activities, & Lunch


Example B: Pacfic or Mountain 

Meet: 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM PST

Sample Schedule:

8:00 – 1:00 – RISE Assembly, Classes, Asynchronous Activities, & Lunch
1:05 – 1:20 – RISER Meeting
1:25 – 1:40 – Wudu & Prayer
1:45 – 2:15 – Hands-on Learning Activity
2:15 – 2:30 – Brain Break/Snack
2:30 – 3:00 – Team Building or Physical Activity
3:00 – Wrap-up & Clean Up

**RISER Meeting is a time where students are guided by classroom leaders or adults in a conversation focusing on Social, Emotional, and Religious Well-Being

Other programs can include projects, experiments, field trips, and lessons that will be established with the RISE Online Hub coordinator.


Who can join a RISE Hub?

All students who are enrolled in RISE Online can qualify to participate in the RISE Hubs.

Who pays for RISE Hub expenses?

The designated Hub Coordinator will be in charge of finances for the hub. Any materials, supplies, or fees will be paid by the participating families.

Can Hubs run their own fundraising efforts to benefit the local Hub?

Absolutely! All expenses will be tracked by the Hub Coordinator and reported to the RISE Education System. 


How often do Hubs meet?

The Hub Coordinator will work with the local families to determine what the best schedule is for the RISE Families. RISE recommends that the hubs meet at least on a weekly basis or schedule what is best for the community.


Where do the Hubs meet?

The Hub Coordinator will work with a RISE team member to find a public space or an Islamic Center for the group meetings.


What is required for facilities to be a Hub?

Strong internet



Can a RISE Hub Become a school?

Yes! Work collaboratively with RISE Education System members to establish a branch or your town independent school, inshaAllah.





RISE Hub Options

Daily Drop-Offs where families who live nearby can get together and have students learn online. 

Weekly RISE Meets where students learn, play, and grow together:

  • Spiritual Development Classes – Quran & Islamic Studies
  • Activities – Art & P.E.
  • Field Trips
  • Project-Based Learning
  • Student-Led programs & presentation

Monthly RISE Socials where families and meet for events and programs

Annual RISE Trips where all RISERs, students and families, gather alongside with RISE staff for a trip!