HORRIBLE!!!!! I would definitely not recomend to go to this school. They need to put more activities and fun things that kids can enjoy
The school was not a good school. The atmosphere was bad and my child had problems breathing. The floors were dirty and the books are old. The teachers dont teach anything , my child did not learn anything, public school is better than this. There is no cafeteria but sometimes they sell food and it isnt even good. My child onve wanted to get a burger , but they ran out. My child was starving and got sick. I would not recommend this school.
Clearly the parent who is saying "And there are about 35-40 students in each class without any personalized attention to students who needs special care" is on some strong drugs. The ratio of the students to teacher is FAIRLY small, especially for elementary school. The most students a classroom may have (WITH a teacher's aid) is 23-25. This may not be the best school out there, but over the years it has made immense progress and it is on it's way to great success.
I go to 6th grade, and have been going since KG. Last year, I took a break and went to Public School and liked it, but when I came back, everything was so much nicer. I love An-Noor Academy, and will stay until High School. It is simply.... Wonderful!
this school is a great many students lerning quran and hafiz geat school from all aspects
My Kid is going to KG for this year,completely unsatisfied in each aspect either curriculum,discipline.It is not worthed to paysuch a high amount of Fees and get nothing.Too much stress and work load on parents.
My son is attending Kindergarten and I am happy so far, just in few months I have seen a lot changes in his behavior and also how much skills he learned. All his teachers keep very close contacts with the parents via emails and occasionally setup one to one to talk about my son progress. Overall I am happy and I would definetly recommend the school. I am giving it Five Stars
My child has only gone to pre-school and pre-K, but so far, we are happy. The teachers care and provide constant feedback. They aren't lazy and motivated to teach. The pre-school class had 10 with 2 teachers. Pre-K has about 23 with 2 teachers. I can't say for higher grades, but best to speak to the principal, teachers, and parents of students.
This is one of the worst schools you can put your kids in. The quality of education is substandard to say the least. And there are about 35-40 students in each class without any personalized attention to students who needs special care. It's only the childrens of parents who make most noise that get most attention.
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