At Granada Islamic School, our mission is to provide a nurturing and stimulating environment where the students will attain both a strong Muslim identity and solid academic skills which will enable them to become successful adults living to please Allah. Granada Islamic School students will develop love and reverence for Allah and Prophet Mohammad exemplified by displaying a solid Muslim identity that reflects pride in being a Muslim and a clear sense of mission; understanding the teachings of Islam through Quran and Sunnah and their application in the daily life of an American Muslim; displaying character, values and morals that are aligned with the teachings of Islam; and being a positive role model and ambassador for Islam by striving for excellence and promoting good.
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Student Teacher Ratio
12 : 1
46% Male / 54% Female
Percentage of Student Body
Black or African American
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