"We are best known for development of future leaders."
Students enrolled 740
Hours 7:40 AM - 3:20 PM
School leader Wanis Shalaby
Transportation options no info
Type Religious
Preschool capacity no info
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4707 South 13th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53221

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2 stars
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September 29, 2014
Not the best school! Teachers are non professionals so as administration,most teachers came from health care background (nurses) specially elementary school stuff.All of the school board have their kids attending other schools but not Salam school! I pulled out my kids as the school never met my expectations.Don't recommend it at all.

- submitted by a parent
September 10, 2014
After reading all the reviews, shame on all you parents out there that expect the school to discipline your children. That is the job of the parent! Did you forget that it is YOUR responsibility to raise and discipline your children to become good citizens?!?! I do agree that some areas the school lacks. It they do take into consideration your opinions. I am very opinionated and whenever I see a negative I go to the administration and usually something is done! I have three children that still attend and rank the highest in there class. Did you forget that IT IS your JOB as a PARENT to help your child succeed by helping them with homework. A teacher is there I guide and help a child and that's what the teachers at Salam School do. Again, shame on you parents out there that expect the teachers and administration to discipline your children!!

- submitted by a parent
August 22, 2014
Sending my kids to Salam Elementary was a big mistake. I don t recommend anyone sending their kids to this school. I agree that the positive reviews are not being written by parents but by staff. Last year I enrolled my three children in Salam Elementary, and I will not enroll them again this fall. My kids were telling me that many of the teachers there are very mean and always screaming at the students; and they expect the kids, with their parent s help, to do very much homework with little in-class instruction. In addition to it's unsafe with a high percentage of bullying. My kids have started hating this school and did not want to go anymore, especially my older child. The teachers are not doing their job well enough for the children to understand their homework and do it by themselves. Two times I met with the principle Sister Khawla and, of course, she was blaming my kid and said that he will stay in his class next year. Then in March 2014 I transferred him to Whittier public school. He likes Whittier School, and at the end of the year he got very good grades and high scores at this school.

- submitted by a parent
June 20, 2014
What keeps me sending my kids to Salam school is only the Islamic culture that I want my kids to experience . When it comes to either academic or teachers skills ,so I must admit ,the school never met my expectations. My kids get high grades because I help them with tutoring and extra materials ,without me doing this they would have get low grades if they depend on teachers in Salam school. If you can do what I do and you want the benefits of that Islamic weather , then go ahead and enroll your kids.If you want an excellent academic system ,then definitely Salam school is not your choice.

- submitted by a parent
June 15, 2014
I'm a parent who appreciates the huge accomplishments in Salam School. Persons with a fair, objective mind, common sense, and diligent questioning can clearly see that Salam (Elementary, Middle and High School) is an excellent private, religious school. It's a disciplined school where Islam is first. Salam School just earned outstanding accreditation which means that academics must be exceptional. Not a single school anywhere is problem free! Since the inception of this Islamic full-time institution, the administration has continuously gone forward addressing & resolving problems. Great advancements are seen across the board from subjects to scores to behavior. All teachers have a bachelor's degree or higher, complete yearly professional development & education licensure. Majority of the teachers have 10+ yrs experience. The caring, Islamic environment shown by the administration and staff is what makes this school a great place to learn in. The high school just graduated its 4th senior class fully prepared for university work. By Allah's mercy, Salam School will continue for another 20 years, achieving continued success as it prepares Muslims for the global community.

- submitted by a parent
March 30, 2014
The positive reviews are not being written by parents but by staff. You can tell from the language used. This school is a social class system at it's best. My child was there for a year and left not able to read or write. After tutoring her and placing her in a public school she is doing great. Reading above her grade level. The school is unsafe with a high percentage of bullying. The administration doesn't care about the kids. The entire administration needs to be changed in order for this school to become decent. They have excuses for everything.

- submitted by a parent
December 19, 2013
I am a Salam School alumni and it is so sad hearing all of this. These parents are looking for a school to raise there children because they have no time for them. I am in my second year of college and I am proud to say I came from Salam School. The Teachers are amazing and work with every student. Mr. Shalaby, Mr.Kaddoura, and Sr.Khawla work so hard to keep Salam School running smoothly and they do an amazing job. They treat every student as if their own. Please, if you or your child had a bad experience at the school, please don't try to take the school down..., you will fail miserably. Salam.

- submitted by a community member
December 19, 2013
I have my kids enrolled in Salam School and I am very satisfied! All of the parents that have complained about Salam School just need someone to blame for their bad parenting issues. Salam School is here to teach your children, not to raise them. We've had our ups and downs, but we need to face the fact that we'll all face these problems at some time, at some place. There is no need to blame Salam School for all of your problems! Salam School is like family to us and I am honored to say that my children go there.

- submitted by a parent
November 20, 2013
I m really sorry for enrolling my daughter in that school !I feel gulty that I didn t take parents reviews for serious ! I never seen such a careless irresponsble school adminstartion !No issues ever got solved and what is worse is that my daughter s academic level went down ! Again I m so sorry for having my daughter going through such a terrible experience !Some authorities have to check on that school !

- submitted by a parent
November 16, 2013
This is the worst school ever. Of course I'm talking about the elementary school. Really they need to get rid of Sister Khawla. Some of the staff too. Sister Khawla does not know how to desciplin kids. In fact she is punishing the parents. I don't see how she can suspend a child for a silly reason knowing for sure that both parents have a full time job. I think public schools are better.

- submitted by a parent
May 11, 2013
I will try to provide as accurate a description as I can. The school is split into two parts: Elementary and Middle/High School. The elementary is more established as it has been around longer. The administration is composed of a handful of experienced individuals who have been with the school for some time. The teachers are many and range in qualifications and experience. Most of the students qualify as low-income so the lunch, books, and tuition are free. Most students are pretty close to national academic standards, while some are beyond and a little more than some are below. The students are friendly to those who are kind to them. They are unfriendly and/or fearful of those who they feel treat them unfairly. There is a unique mix of personalities among the Admin, staff, parents, and students. Naturally this leads to certain groups having higher expectations than others. This is actually a good thing because there is always a voice for never-ending improvement. Most will agree that the school does improve a little more every year in things such as standardized scores, graduate placements, student behavior, etc. And I hope that it continues to move forward.

- submitted by a community member
May 10, 2013
This is a place where most of the teachers work until they can find a better job somewhere else. People always say they "looking" because the pay and environment is so terrible.

- submitted by a teacher
April 23, 2013
I agree with most of the reviews, the main problem in this school is the PRINCIPLE, I do believe he has favoritism, he is focused about his position in this school, so because of that he is willing to keep whoever cheer for him, I never expect such a principle and his act, most of the teachers needs education and they are not even qualified to be a teachers, trust me just go and visit the school and see and practice the bad experience with Salam School, I think it s time for the ISM to think about removing this principle in the sake of our Children future and education. Shame on you PRINCIPLE, Please resign in the sake of the education, this school it has to be re-Evaluate, the teachers and the staff, and whoever qualified stay and whoever not then has to go.

- submitted by a parent
February 14, 2013
Too bad and shame on Salam School administration to keep blaming all school issues either on parents or ex-employees! I had my three kids going to Salam School and it was bad experience! My kids have become behind academically since they joined Salam School, and whenever I ask the principal for help, he just blames it on me!When I transfered my kids to a different school, the administration was so helpful with no blamings they found away to make my kids getting As in there report cards and my kids earned back self conference that Salam school was the reason of loosing it.Get your kids off Salam school as soon as possible.

- submitted by a parent
September 30, 2012
The problem with these rating sites is ANYONE can post a message pretending to be a student or parent--or--a disgruntled ex-employee with petty issues. Salam School is the #1 Islamic school in the nation with an extensive curriculum that has received outstanding recognition from US Accreditation organizations. No school is perfect so improvements are ongoing from a caring Administration that demands quality! All students are advised and monitored monthly by the Academic Counselor Dept. NO student falls between the cracks. Extensive state testing is done per semester in all 3 levels. A child that transfers out of Salam School whether from elementary, middle or high does so primarily because he/she is academically too low to meet the challenging standards, even after tutoring or summer school. The Administration never promotes a student who is clearly not ready for the next grade. Some parents refuse to have their child retained so they leave. This is a huge injustice to their child. When finding out about a school go to its website. Scrutinize there. Staff credentials, full curriculum, accreditation awards, re-accreditation awards, state/national awards will be listed.

- submitted by a parent
March 09, 2012
I'm sorry to say that this is not a School ,it's just an "institution " to employ Muslims who has poor skills and can't find good jobs ! My kids used to go to Salam School for couple of years ,and honestly it was the "worst school " they have ever been to ! If you are "new immigrant " ,I advice you to look up all other different public or private Schools in your area first , comparing between them ,then you will soon realize that Salam School is very low rank.If you are worried about teaching your kids Arabic and Islamic studies ,I strongly advise you to just use Salam's School Sunday program .

- submitted by a parent
July 04, 2011
I have a 5th grader and a 2nd grader who have been in Salam School since K4. I can't imagine having them anywhere else. It is not just a school where they go to learn, but a community. I feel a sense of comfort when my children are there. I do not need to worry, as everyone in the school is a family and treat the kids as if they were their own. The curriculum is challenges my children, and allows them to excel. My children are reading and writing Arabic and learning the Islamic manners that I want to instill in their minds.

- submitted by a parent
June 04, 2011
Salam school by far is the worst school I know of. I used to go to this school for four years. and stopped going when a new school opportunity opened up for me. and as soon as i could i quit. the kids at this school dont learn anything. they basically go there to hang out with friends or drive the teachers nuts. the kids are all about race and need to be diciplined they go there by force with no intention to learn anything. the teachers are not experienced with the subjects they teach in. and some of the students don't attend half the classes.

- submitted by a community member
March 06, 2011
I have 4 children who attend Salam school. I do like the school for my children, they are learning what they need to know, they have many friends, and they like their teachers. My only complaint would be is I wish they would learn Arabic . I did talk to the principal and she said what they focus on is teaching to read the Quran not so much conversational Arabic. All and all I love the school and would never send my children anywhere else. I personally love all the teachers my children have had. I plan on sending my 2 other children there as well.

- submitted by a parent
January 10, 2011
Sadly, I would have to agree with all the negative comments. Interestingly enough, all the positive comments seem as if they were written by the same person. My child attended the school for one year and that was enough for me. It is very heartbreaking to see 6 and 8 year olds crying because they hate going to school. There is no "Islamic" environment whatsoever. Teachers lack "passion" and competence for their job and no one seems happy to be there...from the administration to the teachers to the students. The Arabic & Islamic Department, which are the main reason why parents choose the school are the weakest and worst departments. If you cannot help your child with Arabic, there is no way that he/she will learn by just going to class. I know former non-Arabic students that graduated from Salam School and still cannot converse in the language or even read simple paragraphs. Also, the school board president and other on the board don't even have their own kids registered there -- that should be a huge hint. Do your child a favor, take them out of the school and just hire a private tutor for Arabic and Quran.

- submitted by a parent
November 10, 2010
Salam school is the worst school i have ever been to, the teachers are just random people off the street, plus every year the arabic and islamic studies teachers are fired because they cant teach and because of the threats they recive from the students ( students only threaten teachers because they are not fair with there jugement when it comes to disipline). Also the principle and vice principle think that they are write and us parents/students are wrong. if you tell them the teachers dont know how to teach both of them always say that ur child is just not listining. plus would u want your child to go to a school everyday not to learn but to compete with other students on who has better shirts or who has more money or , also students get picked on for being fat or skinny or short or tall, What kind of school is that?? 1 more thing i want to say is that during the school year of 2009/2010 the pricipal told the students that if they gave the school a good rating and good comments that he would give them 5 extra credit points to any class they choose. Isint that called BRIBERY? You tell me

- submitted by a community member
October 21, 2010
i really feel bad to say that, but the school is going down from the princible to the teachers. i am thinking to take my kids out of the school but i am still waitting may be they will get the idea that they need to think about the way school is dealing with the students and the parents, my kids hate quran and arabic and every other subject, they treat all students the same bad students are the same as the good ones behave or missbehave. always punshmintes and no way to accept any opinions and they don't wan't to change the very old way in teaching, i don't even think the princible knows what's going on.

- submitted by a parent
June 30, 2010
Dear parents,I don't advise you to enroll your kids in Salam School as my kids have been suffering from lots of problems with teachers and administrations as well. My kids have attended Salam School for three years 2008,2009 and 2010 .During these years they experienced problems in their academic level for most of the subjects specially Math ,Language Art ,Arabic, High School Math and some other subjects. Most of the teachers in this School have their kids enrolled ,so they take care of their kids and some other kids of their friends giving less time to other kids who they are not friends of their parents.I study hard with my kids when they come home every day,however they were still struggling and when I discussed this with the principal,he just blame it on me instead of helping or check out how is his staff doing with the kids.

- submitted by a parent
May 12, 2010
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- submitted by a parent
March 30, 2010
That would be your least choice for your kids.Before deciding to enroll your kids in this school ,I strongly advise you to compare between Salam School and other good reputation Public Schools around you.My kids used to go to Salam School for couple of years and frankly speaking it s a very regular standard School,which means that there is nothing special about Salam School.They don t adopt amazing Math,Reading or Science programs like what they do in Public Schools.In Salam School,teachers would let the kids to open the text book and just read from it.While in Public Schools,and that is what my kids experiencing now,they adopt the most new education programs that let the kids to have there hands on instead of just reading from the text book.I have to tell you about the big difference that I noted in my kids academic level as well as the great self confidence that they earned since I transfered them from Salam School.The new Public School unlocked there potential in all subjects thinking too.Teachers in Public Schools usually have very long experience as well as they know how to promote kids to do there best.I m really impressed and so happy that I discovered a way better school than Salam School.Can you know what you don t know?

- submitted by a parent
March 30, 2010
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- submitted by a parent
February 10, 2010
There's really no need to reiterate the positives of this school -- they've been listed time and time again in reviews here. However, I would like to address the hateful negative reviews that are without doubt written as some type of recourse of their disgruntled authors. First, no sensible person can expect a school to raise their child -- if your child is not making friends, behind in all subjects while you think they are the 'top' of the class, it's your fault as a parent. This school has sent countless students to college, and they have preformed exceptionally. It's laughable that you have reviews saying their children were bright at Salam, and not able to keep up at other schools - that's just nonsense. Furthermore, look up the meaning of discipline, it is an essential component of raising upstanding adults -- it is not punishment.

- submitted by a parent
February 08, 2010
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- submitted by a student
December 13, 2009
Dear Viewers, I believe Salam School is a fabtastic school because the staff actually cares about you and pays attention to what you have to say. The teachers are tremendously helpful such as our math teacher will stay after school to help the students prepare for the AP Statistics final exam. That shows that the teacher cares for the students because he/she is cutting off on his/her own time to help us. In my opinion I would rate this school 5 of 5 stars. I would also recommend non-muslim students to give our school a try I am sure that you will have a great and fun learning experience because Salam School puts the FUN in learning!

- submitted by a parent
December 04, 2009
There are too mush pressure on kids in that school.My kids went to Salam School for two years-specifically the last two years- and I have to say that it wasn't the best choice.In the last two years the school changed the uniform colors to have three different uniform colors to elementry ,middle and high school. They also asked boys to wear either a white hat -the one for prayers- or a black tie in additional to a black shoes on Fridays to attend Fridays prayers. although I know that this will make the students look neat ,but that was too much extra expenses for me ,because I had three kids attended salam school. You have to buy boots, sneekers and black shose for each kid to follow the rules of the school,that is in additional to the school tuiation it self which is expensive. I did talk to some teachers complaining about this matter,but all what they told me that these are the rules! In addition to that my kids didn't achive any progress in most of the subjects,that is because every year the school hire new teachers wich gave me an indication that most of the faculty stuff leave Salam School every year! I had to hire some one from the school to tutor my kids as they didn't get that much from the free tutoring that the school offeres after school hours. I ended up paying much more than the school tiuation!

- submitted by a parent
December 01, 2009
I have been in Salam School all my life. It is a great school that provides many opportunities for students to succeed and try their best at everything. I do try my best to succeed and persevere. It has taught me that average isn t good enough; I have to strive to do my best. The environment is great. Not only is it an Islamic environment but a caring one also. The teachers care for the students and try their best to help them succeed by giving up their time to help students with homework with after school tutoring and much more. Everyone knows everyone, we all care for one another, and I like to think of ourselves as a family. Character is very important in our school. The school tries its best to teach us moral values, making our character as strong as can be. At this school we are protected. I hear stories from my friends that attend public high schools, and I can t comprehend what they are saying because I have never experienced it first hand, and while in Salam School I don t think I will ever experience drugs, alcohol and all those negative things. We are grounded as students and maybe some of us don t realize it know, but in the long wrong it will make us better people and we will defiantly be appreciative of what has been provided for us.

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October 18, 2009
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June 24, 2009
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no rating April 02, 2009
My main concern is how the teachers speak to the students. I dont like the tone or language used in the teacher student interaction. Its very demining and inappropriate. Ufortunatly for an islamic school i had higher expectation.

- submitted by a parent
March 11, 2009
If you want to raise your kids to be followers but not leaders,then Salam School would be your choice.No,I do not recommend this school for your children.My daughter attended Salam School for three years,and during that period I was thinking that she is getting the best eduaction,that is all her grades were As. When I transfered her to a public school during to my job relocation,I shocked that my daughter is behind in many subjects.That was what her teachers told me after testing her.It is not just that,but also there were too much decipline from the teachers to students to the point that pushs the child away from creativity and imagination.I realized that Salam School teachers are kind of third level skills in compare with public Schools teachers. I hope that any of Salam School teachers or principles read my review and start to make a change .

- submitted by a parent
March 11, 2009
It was a big mistake sending my daughter to Salam School.My daughter have been there for three years.She started in k5 which the School back then was ok,and I was very happy seeing her learning how to write and read ,and I thought that she is getting a unik kind of education ,that when I had no idea about what other Schools offering for their kids.It was not tell when we moved to another State where there is no Islamic Schools and I had to put her in Public School,when I discovered that she is behind in Math and reading.I was really angry from Salam School teachers,because it looks like they are giving kids a weak kind of education in compare to other Schools.My daughter used to get straight As in Math,but in the new School she is behind in Math?

- submitted by a parent
March 11, 2009
NO ! I do not reccommend this School to your child.The kind of education kids get there doesn't worth all that tuation! You will need a private tutoring to improve your kids level ! So imagine how much you will going to pay beside the School tuation. I regreted to spend my money sending my kids to Salam School ,and till now they still need tutoring! Big mistake !

- submitted by a parent
March 09, 2009
I absolutely love it ! my kid is in K4 and he is already reading! The things he has learned since the beginning of the year has had a great impact on my child's personality and develpment. In addition to a strong academic program, my child has been introduced to the arabic and islamic aspect of the curriculum. The teachers are wonderful, supportive and caring. They have the students best interest at heart. There is no other school I would choose for my child. Keep up the good work.

- submitted by a parent
January 30, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
January 20, 2009
I don t know from where to start. I have been working for Salam School for three years as a teacher assistant. I started as a volunteer till I got hired by the summer of 2008. By the end of this semester , I finally figured out that it was a wrong decision to work in such a school. All the negatives that made me left my country and came to USA were there in Salam School. Some teachers are nice but most of them are not. When you walk in the hall way, you rarely see somebody smiles at your face! If you are healthy and working hard with them ,you are so welcome, if you get sick and need to rest for couple of days, nobody wants you and no body even wishes you a speedy recovery or call you to say how are you. If you have any new ideas and you want to share it,no body listens to you or pays you attention. It is a very bossy weather with no love .A kind of what you find in the middle east work .That is in additional to the Too much discipline weather that the students are suffering from. I can write tens and tens of pages about the negatives that I saw in this community during the last three years if there is an enough space. For who ever still working there and read this review, I m sure that you are suffering from the same things that I suffered from. If you think that it is the time to stand up and make a change, then I wish you can change what I failed to change.

- submitted by a teacher
January 07, 2009
We are so fortunate to have an established and growing / improving year by year school that not only offers regular curriculum that public and other private schools provide, but a solid Islamic value system that teachers and administration strive to weave into every subject, as well as Islamic history, Arabic /Quran studies. The school expanded this year to extend to the high school level and also has a new elementary school site, which provides much-needed room for growth as the muslim community in Milwaukee grows. I am surprised to see some pretty negative reviews for Salam school. Those parents seem to be mostly concerned about their children's performance / skills in certain subjects such as math, science, reading and English and state that after transferring to a different school their children were evaluated below their expected grade level. These parents conclude that the teachers / administrators are not as skilled/experienced or nurturing/ encouraging as those in public or other private schools. I would like to disagree. First, Salam school teachers are selected not just based on their religion but rather on their skills /education/ experience evaluation. All of the teachers are required to have a Wisconsin teaching license. There are many non-muslim teachers at both the elementary and the middle/high school level. Most teachers have excellent credentials and over 10 years of experience teaching in Islamic schools and beyond. Also, i believe that student skill/performance level in a particular subject is never a sole responsibility of a teacher - parents really ought to take greater interest in their children's education. School offers a rigorous curriculum as it has to accommodate for the Quran recitation and Arabic classes at every grade level, as well as the daily Zuhr prayer for the students grade 2 and above in addition to the common subjects taught at every other school. But of course there is always room for improvement - you may find it difficult to arrange for transportation to and from school as there is no busing service, and you may have some specific issues with your child's teacher - as you may have at any other school. Ultimately it all boils down to what do you value the most in your child's education - is it purely the performance / skill level in math, science or English? (then perhaps you need to select a school based on the best score levels and low ESL student enrollment, or perhaps even home-school, if you think you have what it takes) - is it Islamic education/ values? (you may choose to home-school your children and send them for Quran recitation / memorization) - is it the combination, do you want basic curriculum taught in an Islamic environment so that you don't have to worry about what goes on beyond the math and reading and at the same time know that your child will be able to compete for the College scholarship when the time comes? (then i would recommend the Salam school as right now there is no competition that provides this type of education in Milwaukee area.)

- submitted by a parent
December 29, 2008
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- submitted by a student
no rating December 06, 2008
This is by far the least best choice for your kids. My child was there for a number of years, it wasnt untill I got her transferred that I realised she was not always promoted to do her best. Over and over, its been demonstrated that childeren that leave Salam School never want to go back, and they do so much better at other schools, in my case throughout the years my child has never made the honor roll at Salam School. Since she left she has mantained an almost 4.0 GPA both at another Private school, and at the local public school. I love the Islamic studies and Arabic language, but my child also needs an invironment that helps her flourish and promots good self esteem, not put her down as with Salam School. I hope this gets posted, as this was honestly my true experience.

- submitted by a parent
November 30, 2008
It depends on what do you want to your kids. This school offers a good Islamic weather,but not a strong academic curriculum.I had two kids in Salam School before I moved to another State during to my job relocation.Although my kids were on the top of there classes in Salam School,when I transfered them to public schools,I surprised that my kids were behind in reading , math,as well as other skills.Salam School is not that bad ,but a best choice would be sending your kids to a good public school and get the benefits of Salam sun day school only.

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November 19, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
June 29, 2008
The best Islamic School in the United States. Superior staff and caring teachers.

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December 31, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
July 05, 2006
Great school! I can really feel the difference - my daughter is learning new things every day, and not just the regular curriculum offered in other schools, more importantly, she is learning about Islamic values, stories about the Prophets, suras from the Quran, Arabic language! There are lots of fun activities and school trips throughout the year, too.

- submitted by a parent
February 27, 2006
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Salam School
4707 South 13th Street, Milwaukee, WI  53221
(414) 282-0504
Last modified Salam School is a Private school that serves grades PK-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 4 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Salam School Rating: 2 out of 5 based on 51 reviews.