Who We Are

Arabic Saturday School is a program designed to motivate students to appreciate the Arabic language and culture by making it a fun learning environment that will enable the students to build on their knowledge as they continue to grow and advance in the levels.

This program is directed by Dr. Shadia Zamlut who specializes in Bilingual Education Curriculum and Instruction. As an expert in the field with many years teaching bilingual students, she designed a curriculum that is both academically rigorous along with fun hands on activities to help students develop a love for learning Arabic that will continue with them as they grow older. Arabic Saturday School will focus on basic conversational skills that students will learn through role play practice of everyday learning situations as well as learning the Arabic alphabet, numbers, and colors through a variety of arts and crafts activities, games and songs. All students in the beginning of the course will be assessed to determine their knowledge of Arabic, which will then be used to create individualized lessons to enable each student to follow their own natural learning path. Finally, at the end of the course, students will be evaluated to determine the progress they made during the course of 8 weeks.

Arabic Saturday School is not affiliated with any religious organization and religion will not be taught.

For questions about the program please contact us at (248)766-4625. Please click on the registration link to enroll your child . Classes will begin September 5, 2015.


Dr. Shadia Zamlut is an educator with over 15 years of teaching experience in the State of Michigan. Her educational background includes a professional teaching certificate for K-12, a master's degree in bilingual bicultural education, a bilingual endorsement, and a Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction from Wayne State University.
> Dr. Zamlut always taught her students to be proud of their heritage and to preserve their language and culture. Through her career as a public school teacher and director, she designed after school programs such as Arabic Club and Diversity Club to allow students to connect to their culture through music and art.
> During her leave of absence from work to raise her 4 children, she saw the need to have an Arabic School with a strong Arabic academic program similar to the educational curriculum in our high achieving schools. A place where students can learn their heritage language and explore their culture in a fun and creative atmosphere. This is how Arabic Saturday School came to be.

Arabic Saturday School

2075 Walnut Lake Rd

West Bloomfield, Mi 48323

Email: arabicsaturdayschool@gmail.com

Ph: (248)766-4625

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