Islamic Studies is taught as a compulsory subject in all the classes. The morning Assembly opens with recitation from the Holy Quran, followed by its Urdu/English translation and explanation by the students. Religious education inculcates in the pupils the concepts that shape and guide ideal behavior in line with Islamic teaching. The religious values are introduced through a curriculum, firmly based on Islamic principles. To be real effective, religion should be lived and not merely learnt. In other words, the virtues of equality, brotherhood, social justice, cooperation service etc. taught by religion should be practiced and habits of service to the school and the community cultivated through appropriate projects such as helping the poor and the sick, succoring the weak and the infirm in the true spirit of Islamic brotherhood.
The school if it is to inspire its pupil to higher reaches of moral endeavors, must rest on a sound religious foundation for this purpose a full time certified and experienced Qari / Qaria has been appointed who not only imparts religious education but also mounds the life of students so that they are well prepared to meet the demands of the society in which they have to live.