Deteriorating social behavior, negative media influence and violence among adolescents have given cause to pause and assess character development for the youth of this country. The purpose of this case study was to examine how a Muslim school's curricula implemented character education. This study used a qualitative single-case methodology to examine character education as it is experienced by the participants in a private Muslim school. Data were collected from interviews, documents analysis, classroom observations, daily activities and special events. Data were analyzed to determined how character education was defined by the school, the method of delivery for the character education initiatives and the implementation of character education in this particular Muslim school. Findings revealed that the school's emphasis on values, morality and spirituality was instrumental in teaching character. This study provides a process by which religious and non-religious schools could examine their character education programs.