As an alumni who has been in this school for 8 years and graduated as well, this school has definitely improved over the years but still lack several attributes it needs to be considered a good school. The teachers generally care about their students which is a good thing, and the academics are up to par with the nation's academic success. However, the environment could use some fixing as subtle racism is present. The students would sometimes take pride over where they are from, which is not a bad thing necessaily, but to look down at others and fight about nationality is a serious issue that occurs at this school. The teachers would choose favorites too and sometimes a bit unfairness can occur too. Overall this school has good academics but isn't environment friendly. Religious wise, the school is adequate enough to teach the basics of deen but could use better methods of instilling understanding of the deen in the students.
As a parent, I can say there are many problems at this school. The administration is not willing to address most of them. Seems to be the best alternative in a very poor inner-city selection of Islamic schools. Overpriced and no transparency. Think twice before sending your child there.
I think you send your child to an Islamic school to teach them Arabic Islamic stidies and quran and based on what i know about alnoor its that the girls go out and speak with boys and the boys do the same and i think there is no point of an Islamic school like this plus they dont teach you the deen properly i recommend Al-madinah school its the best!!!!!!!!!!!
This is the best school ever! The islamc knowledge they probide us is excellent and there are numerous people who excels! The teachers are friendly and are good at what they fo! Best Islamic school by far