Islamic Academy of Alabama Reviews
Great learning environment. It provides challenges for students. AP classes are provided along with dual enrollment opportunities. Teachers are very cooperative and helpful. Principle and staff are very supportive.
Overall, it was a good experience. Everyone, including students and teachers, were great help. AP courses were offered, and AP teachers prepared students for AP exams in advance. The main negative thing about the school is that there are barely any electives. Electives had to be taken at a community college, which could be an advantage for students planning to go to college, because they got dual enrollment college credit.
IAA is smaller school that can be more attentive.
The school strives to reach its highest potential in the quality and providing many resources, however, can be improved.
Soccer and clubs are among the extracurricular activities it presents. This school is a private school and keeps excelling in presenting the students attending with more options.
Good about all of the above