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Absolutely horrible school. Do not put your kids here unless you are trying to ruin their mental health all while having a mediocre education with teachers who barely got a degree. Teachers make fun of students and be little them to the worst degree. How can you call yourself a teacher while having no empathy? The school itself is very dirty. Lacking in athletics as well. The administration is only interested in taking your money and employing horrible educators who have no idea what they are doing. If you want your children to have an Islamic education, you might as well hire a private tutor. However; if you want them to have a great education where they can use those skills for life, save the trouble and put them in a good public school.
You’ll find some good teachers that are nice and willing to listen to you...The food could be better.The environment is sometimes good and while other time not that much...but it’s a good islamic school with resources and many clubs like Debate,MIST,Unicef and the list goes on.
Al-Noor had a very homey environment, which allowed me to feel comfortable to learn. It's students, faculty and parents were apart of a tight-knit community which allowed for clear communication. Unfortunately, inexperienced teachers may feel that the students at Al-Noor are too energized, and will not be able to handle them accordingly.
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The school can be amplified in so many departments and ways, but is still a great hospitable environment.
Al-Noor school is an average school. Though it is good in terms of some academics and clubs along with other activities, there are some problems which the school fails to resolve. It is better than other Islamic schools and some public schools, and the fact they nourish the child islamically is good, some things should definitely be fixed without hesitation.
Unfortunately, the school isn't academically challenging with their English curriculum, and a lot of the students aren't particularly interested in their education. In terms of religious benefits they do offer classes that strengthen Islamic values and skills.
It was a good school with friendly teachers, and staff. it is not that diverse. However, it makes up for it with the culture and activities. Due to it being a small school everyone knows each other. The food is great
it is extremely safe especially with the big police security guard.
I have been in this school for 14 years and if I went back I wouldn't change a thing.
there teachers are really good and are very caring
By joining these clubs, student can learn many things. Also many donations are made and aid is provided to other individuals, countries in the need of help.
The school is good, but there are many things that can be done to the school to make it more better.
It's really great how the teachers are really dedicated to teaching. They always help out the students who are struggling within that area. The teachers always go over assigned worksheets, homework, class work and test after completion. They always provide with extra help and extra worksheets along with websites to work and practice on.
This school makes all the students and teachers as well feel very comfortable in the school building due to the great level of safeness provided by the school security guard.
They provide a variety of clubs such as the following, environmental club, volleyball club, debate team, tutoring club ,etc..
This school isn't just any ordinary school within new York, AL-Noor school sets the perfect environment for education, activities and religion.
The teachers that work at this school have a vast amount of knowledge regarding the subject they teach to their fellow students.
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The school building is in an excellent condition and the guidance counselors as well as other teachers provide a great amount of time and dedication towards their teaching and guidance to students.
Al-Noor school is known for its high academics, such as providing their fellow students with AP classes, SAT classes, and after school tutoring.
In terms of in-class behavior, I've noticed that certain students can get away with thing because their father is on the board or just because they have a way of talking their way out of trouble. The teachers can be too forgiving.
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