Health and Safety

Being Safe at Al-Rahmah Quran Academy (AQA)

A safe and secure environment is of the utmost importance to everyone at Al-Rahmah Quran Academy.  To ensure this –  faculty, staff and students work together to make safety and security a priority!

Being located on the campus of the Islamic Society of Baltimore, Al-Rahmah  Quran Academy students experience the many facets of a diverse community.  Our residential setting and open, yet protected, campus allows for a safe leaning and recreational environment for our students.  The campus is monitored with full-time security personnel and surveillance systems.

Everyday Safety

  • The Academy grounds are patrolled and monitored 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, by several full-time Academy security personnel and a professional security company. Campus lighting is excellent.
  • The Academy has after-hours emergency protocols in place, and Academy personnel are specifically trained to handle emergencies that may occur during off-school hours. In addition, an Academy administrator is on duty each Academy day as an emergency contact.

How You Can Help

  • Let your child know that if anyone or any situation on campus makes them feel uncomfortable, they should tell an adult immediately.
  • If you are on campus and notice someone or something suspicious, call the Al-Rahmah Quran Academy immediately at 410.719.0921.
  • If someone is in need of medical assistance or if there is an emergency or life-threatening situation, call 911 first, then contact the Islamic Society of Baltimore (ISB)’s office.
  • If your child will be absent from the Academy, dropped off late, or picked up early, please notify the Al-Rahmah Quran Academy office.
  • Please remember to keep your contact information current at the Academy; including all email address and phone numbers to receive important notifications.

Emergency Contacts

Islamic Society of Baltimore Office
[email protected]

The Academy Closings are also announced on WBAL-AM radio (1090 AM), posted on the Academy’s website, and and emailed to the Academy parents.