Orange Crescent School was established in 1983 by visionary Muslim families; families who took great pride in their community and the establishment of an educational institution grounded in Islamic principles for generations to come. Al-hamdulillah, the dreams of a few have become the reality for hundreds of Muslim families today. Orange Crescent School boasts a student population of almost 500, representing 24 different countries from all over the world - a melting pot of different cultures with Islam as the common denominator. Orange Crescent Schools mission is to provide students with Academic and Moral Excellence in an Islamic Environment, with our educational programs geared toward the development of our students total personality. Our programs, therefore, address the spiritual, physical, emotional, and intellectual needs of students. In addition, Orange Crescent School provides students with a bilingual foundation to effectively understand Islamic sources in the Arabic language, and strives to mold students through an effectively balanced character and Islamic education.
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Student Teacher Ratio
14 : 1
48% Male / 52% Female
Percentage of Student Body
Black or African American
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