Abstract

The results of this study are first, the development of vision and mission adapted to the development of science and technology while continuing to prioritize Islamic values; second, curriculum development becomes a multi triple curriculum (Ministry of Religion curriculum, Ministry of National Education curriculum, and Islamic boarding school curriculum); third, the development of learning activities which include; night-time activities, tahfidz activities, tahsin activities, language development, religious moral formation, development of local and global insightful education; fourth, the development of community service in the form of village collaboration participation, care of janazah, distribution of zakat fitrah, distribution of zakat mal, and distribution of qurban animals; fifth, the development of madrasa governance internally between students, teachers, principals, and education personnel, externally between schools and foundations and school committees; sixth, developing networking with parents of students, alumni, government agencies, universities, and other agencies, seventh; MTS YAPIKA is an integrated madrasa, the madrasa students besides getting formal education, they also get pesantren education or are said to be MTS YAPIKA  students and al-Istiqomah Islamic boarding school students.
Keywords: Madrasa, Islamic Boarding Schools, and Globalization.