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Hadi School of Excellence1
Posted April 22, 2015
- a parent
This school's management is very disorganized, the principal rarely responds to emails or communications in a timely manner. Even tough this is a private school, they still solicit for donations. In fact this school will program school events along wiThanks fund raising dinner. With parents and the student attending the school required to purchase mandatory tickets, but they will still use the term "suggested donation"
One of the very few schools in the nation to provide 21st Century leadership program at elementary school level. Current students fare 40% better at standardized State tests than public school students. The school is growing is growing, purchased a spacious building in the heart of Schaumburg. Spacious classrooms, Physical activity area, Labs, Library and many others. Separate classrooms for Quran & Islamic studies. Students who've graduated from Hadi School have enrolled in AP classes in Public schools. My daughter goes to Hadi School and I'm very satisfied with the progress she's making academically and socially at Hadi School. The staff and programs make Hadi School of Excellence an important/good choice for my daughter's development.
I would like to inform the concerned parents that Hadi School of Excellence has purchaed a new building which is much larger and beautiful. The school will also have much bigger and better outdoor play area. These would be an excellent supplement to our outstanding educational services.
Hadi School - is an excellent school - the teacher are their greatest assets and have demonstrated exemplary teaching and continuous improvements. Our kids got into challenge program after graduating from Hadi School and I certainly know other parents has also benefited from this school.
Teachers, cirriculum and staff are excellent, caring, kind, patient, but the facility itself is lacking immensly. There is no gym or playground and the classros are quite small and cramped. My child really has learned quite a bit and thrived here though.