Islamic School of Irving Reviews
Rating 3.53 out of 5 55 reviews
The school is known for exaggerating its reputation. Being here for so many years I can say that the admins need to work on listening to parents who work hard to pay each month for a quality education. The school has failed to keep most quality staff. I have gone through a few nice teachers but on average they really lack empathy towards us. There isn't anyone we can reach out, my parents regret this decesion.
Hate being here finally my parents see what the scho has done to my personality. Islamic Studies is the one subject that maked zero sense I cant understand a single word she says.
I have been here many years. All the teachers I have been through were so nice and caring. As time goes on the school changes too. Might need more work on the admin side but nonetheless still an enjoyable experience.
The Islamic School of Irving for me, was a great fit. I never had friends like I did in this school. One can observe that almost all of the teachers employed by the school genuinely care about the students. It has a family like atmosphere. Everyone knows just about everyone else. Students are very welcoming to peers both new and old. Teachers and administration try to treat everyone fairly regardless of what their backgrounds are. Compassion and understanding are a well regarded trait here. There are no bullies, at least from what I have seen. Overall it is a great school, especially for people who share the same values.
Most the students and teachers were nice and my experience with them was good. I wish there were better sports and more major based classes. I also wish there was a better counselor.
have been an ISI parent for years, great option for our family, it's home for us, seen it expand and develop over the years, the best is yet to come.
Awesome Islamic environment. I feel truly free to be a Muslim in this school, and I love how much I learn about my religion.
I've been a student in Islamic School of Irving since pre-k and will be graduating this year. I've witnessed the facility develop and change for the better over the years. What I love and appreciate the most is the development, school expansion and the addition of classrooms that was very much needed for the growing school. Moreover, the dual credit program and AP classes are exceptional and really helped with my college career and my future studies.
I would like to see a wider variety of AP classes as well as more varsity and junior varsity sports. There should also be more after-school tutoring for those struggling to keep up with AP classes and honors. I would also like to see more volunteering opportunities for the students.
The Islamic School of Irving has one of the best social environments of any school I've seen. The students are taught to be respectful, kind, and helpful, and they have made the school very inclusive and welcoming to new students and guest. The teachers challenge their students and many dual credit kids have noted that they are very prepared to handle classes at the local community college. Teachers are very helpful and patient with the students. If there is one thing that needs to change, the school should improve their sports program. It offers basketball, archery, and a few other sports for both boys and girls, but the level of rigor and organization can be improved.
This school really prepares you for college. In addition to really rigorous school work, students already complete a number of college credits by the time they graduate high school, through the dual credit program. School environment is like a family everyone knows everyone.
I used to go to this school. It is a private school located in Irving, TX, approximately 10 minutes from the airport. It is a very nice, rigorous school.
The coursework is challenging and requires thinking outside the box. The teachers are helpful with anything you need, like help with homework or life issues. Everyone is there to help the student succeed.
I have been a student at this school since I was in elementary. I really like how everyone is so close-knit with each other. There is a good bond between the teachers and students.
The school is very welcoming. Academically, it is challenging, however, the teachers will always be there to help as well as the fellow students. The school is in the process of improvement and so will be open to new ideas. One thing I would change is the policy of classes students are allowed to take. Some students wanted to take a certain subject as a dual credit class but were not allowed to because it was already available at the school. This policy should change especially for the senior class since its their last year and they won't be able to get any more dual credits on their transcript.
ISI being a small private school, there were some upsides and downsides to the overall school experience. I personally enjoyed my experience more due to the people than anything else. Most of our teachers were spectacular. I was enrolled in dual credit and AP classes and our students as a whole did very well in academics. However, we lack in sports and clubs.
The school is academically excellent. It offers dual credit and AP classes. The teachers are amazing, nice, and helpful to all students. The atmosphere of the school is amazing, everyone feels like they belong even though there is great diversity in races.