The Muslim Students Association for Middle & High Schools originated to bring together different schools under one unified, organized, proactive group.
It stands for the principles of inclusiveness, responsibility, and action. As an organization aimed primarily at the student body, we strive to remain inclusive of those who wish to understand, appreciate, and maintain their identity.
The MSA also reaches out to those who are not Muslims, primarily to educate them about the misconceptions regarding Islam and fosters a social community for everyone.
The ultimate goal of the MSA is to encourage both Muslims and non-Muslims to evolve intellectually during their tenure at Middle and High Schools and to become enlightened, responsible, and just individuals.
Under the leadership of sister Naima Khan Ghany, MSA chapters have been established at various Broward County Public schools. A strong team of student volunteers are providing assistance to the community.