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Iman Academy - Southeast4
Posted December 06, 2012
- a community member
Oh well I never liked any Islamic schools but I have to deal with it and this school deserves four stars. Anyway I would choose alhadi school of accelerative learning (or alhadi) over this onebecause it is more developed and the teachers are cool ( u know what I mean). I used to go there last year and lets be honest it was kind of fun. My friend from there recently told me their school is getting a new building? Well I'm not sure because I don't think they can afford it....but if they are that's good cause their building is a masjid.......and it is not only used by alhadi but also used by Farsi school on Friday nights and Sunday school at sundays (no I thought Wednesdays). Iman academy is good too but id rather go to alhadi.
The worst islamic school ever...ran like a third world school..uncertified teachers...unprofessional...kids mistreated...unorganized. it is a jungle..before considering this school take a look at other options.
okay I really do not know where to start........ this school has nice Islamic education but it has very few facilities....... students are not active because there are no clubs or activities. when they decided to have a journalism club the school did not have enough money to provide all the facilities.......... but I have to say that it is improving and parents who want there children to learn Islamic education should send their kids here for elementary and middle school but not high school because it does not have a good high school system..... at least it does not in the south east..... it only has a ninth grade which might not be present next year because there are not enough students......
Teachers are not professional. The kids are not disciplined. Poor teacher communication. Facilities are small. Too many kids per teacher (33) in 1st grade. 1-2 hours of nightly homework. Southeast branch.
Very dedicated Principal and teachers. The parents take an active role and volunteer for various projects. the academic standard is high and they score very well on the TAKS and IOWA tests. The extracurricular activities are bit lacking due to resources; however, they are slowly getting on track.