Al-Iman School in New York opened its doors to four children in September 1990; with that it started an evolutionary process that, within four years, resulted in the first fully fledged Pre K-12 Islamic school in North America. School provides a holistic education that benefits your child, both here and in the hereafter and provide a well-qualified faculty and staff. School provide modern curriculum prescribed by New York City and New York State Board of Education with special emphasis on Islamic values and prayers. We also provide well equipped computer and science laboratories; indoor and outdoor basketball courts; AP programs, med prep programs, karate; and extracurricular activities including Drama Club, Debating Society, Journalism training. - Al
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Student Teacher Ratio
7 : 1
38% Male / 62% Female
Percentage of Student Body
Black or African American
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