The philosophy of school is to educate young Muslims who will serve the local, national and global community as contributing citizens. Multiple initiatives focused on feeding the needy, student tutoring for younger grades, mentoring at school events (high school students leading younger students at Hajj Fair) enable strong character development.
I have been a parent at this school for over 10 years and have currently 3 children attending at various grades. The environment is very positive, encouraging students to achieve their best in academics, giving back to community and developing leadership skills. Due to ability to provide individualized attention, the students are able to get coaching and mentoring guidance they need. Established school with 20 years of serving the local Memphis community. Go PVS Panthers!
This school is terrible. I would not even say it is Islamic. The teachers continuously yell at the students for not getting a hundred percent on every piece of work they are given. There is a lot of homework and my child always comes home doing homework the whole time. They never even get to eat their lunch. The uniform is also too strict. My child was wearing a grey sweater and was told it was to colorful. The only reason my child still goes to this school is because it is close to our house.