operating for 15 yearsover 530 students in Prek through 12th (10-11)Accredited by The Middle States Commission on Elementary Schools in Nov'063 full-time administrators(a principal and 2 vice principals), over 50 teachers and staffOpened the 12th grade in Fall'10!students scored above national average in standardized testsTeaching Arabic, Quran, and Islamic Studies as separate subjects.Follow enhanced Maryland State CurriculumParents can monitor their child's progress and grades online via Teacherease.com - School wide events: Quran Competition, Spelling Bee, Science Fair, Sports DayIslamic character building: monthly school themes revolve around Islamic traitsStudent incentive programs: Ummah Badge, Caught CardsField Trips to Museums, Libraries, Recycling Center, Science Center,Community service opportunities - Al
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Student Teacher Ratio
9 : 1
38% Male / 62% Female
Percentage of Student Body
Black or African American
Associations & Memberships
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