Alumni

Wali ul Asr is a federal, non-profit organization that was registered in October 2007, opening its doors to students in September 2008.

Wali ul Asr Graduates are High Achievers

Total number of graduates: 38

Students who fast-tracked: 12

Syeda Malaika’s speech to staff members – Aug 29, 2018.

Malaika studied at Wali ul Asr for 9 years, fast-tracked at high school and is currently a second year student at University of Toronto’s computer science program. The program is ranked as number one in Canada and number 7th in the world.

Samanah Ali’s speech to staff members – Aug 29, 2018.

Samanah is studying at the Ryerson school of journalism, which has been ranked as the number 1 program in Canada for the past 10 years. Samanah is part of multiple social organizations and an article authored by her was published by the Journalists for Human Rights magazine.

U of T’s youngest graduate

While her peers are just about to enter university, 17-year-old Sakina Rizvi has just completed her studies as University of Toronto’s youngest graduate of 2018. Ginella Massa with the gifted student’s achievements and what she plans to conquer next.

Thank you for your support

Wali ul Asr is a non-profit organization focused on developing students that are practicing Muslims, successful professionals and responsible Canadian citizens.

By the grace of Allah, two of the youngest university graduates in Canada are both Wali ul Asr alumnae, graduating from the University of Toronto with bachelor degrees at the age of 17 and 19 MashaAllah. We look forward to their convocation ceremony in June 2018 and the success of all our alumni and students InshAllah.

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