History

Vision and Mission

School Overview

Classroom

Facilities

Curriculum

History



SMP Islam Al Azhar 13 Surabaya was established in July 2001. This school is located at Pakuwon City, Florence Street J 4/31, Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia. Historically, the name of Al Azhar was given by the Rector of the Islamic University of Al - Azhar, Cairo, Egypt, Prof. Dr. Mahmoud Syaltout to Kebayoran Baru Mosque, Jakarta during its launching in 1960. The imam of this mosque at that time was Prof. Dr. Buya Hamka, the wellknown Indonesian muslim scholar. Beginning from the Al Azhar Mosque at Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta, The School is thus, a testimony to the foundation’s continuous effort in providing quality, affordable, balanced, integrated and holistic education guided by the principles of Islam.

School Overview



Teachers Profile

Our teachers come from various outstanding universities in Indonesia. They have excellent academic qualification, vast educational experience, friendly personality, are caring and a committed lot. They adhere closely to the Islamic code of ethics for teachers.

Learning Outomes

  1. Read Qur’an with tahsin and tahfidz, understand the Qur’an, see its beauty and makes it a major guide
  2. Understand and internalize the Islamic values in life.
  3. Think and write effectively and creatively.
  4. Communicate well.
  5. Understand, appreciate and respect different cultures.
  6. Understand and resolve moral and ethical problems.
  7. Reflect good moral character.
  8. Think, feel and see the Greatness of Allah and thus be True worshippers.
  9. Act in the service of themselves, society and the human kind.
  10. Solve the problem and behave well as good Muslim entrepreneur.


International & Islamic Value

SMP Islam Al Azhar 13 Surabaya has Islamic and international environment which is obvious from the using of Al Azhar Curriculum and Cambridge Assessment International Education Curriculum in teaching and learning. We emphasize on an integrated and balanced human development --intellectual, physical, spiritual, moral, emotional and social-- based on the Islamic World View anchored on Tawhid (the unity of God). This means spiritual and character education is regarded as equally important as intellectual education. We arouse curiosity and wonder in our students, we inculcate important values such as religious, entrepreneur, aware of environment and learning spirit. We enhance our students’ spirituality through wonders of the natural phenomena, congregational prayers, Qur’an recitation and memorization, Islamic studies, as well as observe and practice Islamic adab. We desire our students to be excellent in whatever they do following the precept of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). Thus, the School encourages and trains them to think creatively, collaboratively and ethically with project based learning through Al-Azhar Curriculum for Muslim Development, National and Cambridge Assessment International Education so that they will be able to make good judgement in their life skills independently. They are also encouraged to excel in their academic and co-curricular activities.

Digital Learning Platform Yukblajar

SMP Islam Al Azhar 13 maintains a 1 : 1 student to computer ratio. Our academic curriculum encourages a computer based learning with digital learning platform ‘YukBlajar’. As such, almost every subject has research-based projects to ensure that students become computer-literate, and are able to use e-resources effectively.

Student Services

Currently, SMP Islam Al Azhar 13 Surabaya has an enrollment of approximately 169 students from Grade 7 to Grade 9. All of our students are Muslims. Undoubtedly there are many international schools in the country, but SMP Islam Al Azhar 13 Surabaya befitting its name pay particular attention to students overall development especially in inculcating good discipline, moral values and character based on Islamic values. This concern is reflected in our students’ spiritual activities. We regard these extra-curricular and pastoral activities as vital as our academic activities especially in character building, leadership skills, thinking skills, self confidence and self efficacy.

Classroom

All our classrooms are spacious, well-furnished and air-conditioned to ensure that students are comfortable and are able to focus on their academic pursuits. The school is also committed to maintaining a high teacher to pupil ratio. Currently the ratio is 1 : 12 with 15 teachers, 169 students and 7 classes. Each classroom contains 25 students. By maintaining smaller classes, students are able to benefit from personalized attention and problem solving. This also encourages dialogue between our teachers and students, forming a necessary bond that is beneficial to the teaching and student development process.

Curriculum

Curriculum

Bahasa Nasional

Civic Nasional

Science Internasional

ICT & Robotics Internasional

Music Internasional

Bahasa Nasional

Science Internasional

ICT & Robotics Internasional

Art & culture Internasional

Music Internasional

Bahasa Nasional

Science Internasional

ICT & Robotics Internasional

Music Internasional

Vision and Mission


VIsion :
To be a school that creates international Muslim scholars with Religious Values, Entrepreneurship, Awareness of Environment and Learning Spirit (REAL) as well as contributes positively to develop themselves and their family for the development of ummah and Indonesia nation.

Mission :

  1. To develop strong and highly-educated Muslim scholars based on an Islamic perfect way of life.
  2. To realize an education system that is based on faith and piety which is collaborated with science, technology and arts.
  3. To organize education with international insight with upholding local wisdom and based on information technology.
  4. To produce high-quality graduates with good morality, physically and mentally health, entrepeneurship, environmental preservation and able to integrate faith, piety, science, technology and arts in everyday life.
  5. To realize excellent school that becomes a reference source for other schools in the quality of graduates, learning methods, educators and staff.
  6. To disseminate education imbued with Islamic values through the dissemination of technology, education and quality of educators and staff.