Dar-un-Noor School

★★★☆☆

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The teachers are good, the administration is not. It's been open 23 years and just got accreditation because of Brother Hussein. Really he should be principal. The current principal is only principal cuz she's connected not because she knows anything about running a school. Bad kids get away with everything cuz she's too scared to kick one out and lose money. Guess what! Now all the parents know so do mine & that's why I'm not going back next year! Guess what else! Most of the middle school isn't going back either so now you lost even more money!
PS; its not just the students who dont like the school the teachers are so stressed out too cuz the principal is breathing down their necks and they dont get paid enough and I heard one say she cant come back next year because she'll be sick all the time and she cant afford health insurance.

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★★☆☆☆

The teachers are good, the administration is not. It's been open 23 years and just got accreditation because of Brother Hussein. Really he should be principal. The current principal is only principal cuz she's connected not because she knows anything about running a school. Bad kids get away with everything cuz she's too scared to kick one out and lose money. Guess what! Now all the parents know so do mine & that's why I'm not going back next year! Guess what else! Most of the middle school isn't going back either so now you lost even more money!
PS; its not just the students who dont like the school the teachers are so stressed out too cuz the principal is breathing down their necks and they dont get paid enough and I heard one say she cant come back next year because she'll be sick all the time and she cant afford health insurance.

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THIS IS MY OPINION NOT FACT: To be honest this isnt the best islamic school out there the students should strengthen their faith. A few students talk about drugs. There are some that are dating. And i am beginning to question the knowledge of some of the teachers.
THIS OPINION WAS MADE OUT OF THE SCHOOL THEREFORE I SHOULD NOT BE PUNISHED.
but i think they should just shut the school down over all. If they kick some students doing the bad stuff i might like it.

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THIS IS MY OPINION NOT FACT: To be honest this isnt the best islamic school out there the students should strengthen their faith. A few students talk about drugs. There are some that are dating. And i am beginning to question the knowledge of some of the teachers.
THIS OPINION WAS MADE OUT OF THE SCHOOL THEREFORE I SHOULD NOT BE PUNISHED.
but i think they should just shut the school down over all. If they kick some students doing the bad stuff i might like it.

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Dar-un-Noor is a good school for muslim children. gfuyegfiydstfgiweutfgsdtgfygwetfgeasytgfyehgfyitgsdkftwekfgy7iwe

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Dar-un-Noor is a good school for muslim children. gfuyegfiydstfgiweutfgsdtgfygwetfgeasytgfyehgfyitgsdkftwekfgy7iwe

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Amazing school. I cant wait till next year so i can have as much fun that i had this year. The teachers are amazing especially my arabic teacher and my principal.

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★★★★★

Amazing school. I cant wait till next year so i can have as much fun that i had this year. The teachers are amazing especially my arabic teacher and my principal.

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To tell the truth, some of the good reviews were FORCED on students, in my opinion, this school is just their for, people to spend time, and get donuts from tuition money (that just a figure of speech meaning in MY OPINION its worth nothing, get it donuts, tuition money.............anyways.)
their are only 2 good teachers in the school, and they are also the ones that are FLUENT in ENGLISH. this school has horrible reviews from students, and some administrators say its because kids hater school, naturally, seriously guys???? kids LOVE school most of the times not just for fun but also for learning, i personally do not and would not recommend this school, its your call.

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To tell the truth, some of the good reviews were FORCED on students, in my opinion, this school is just their for, people to spend time, and get donuts from tuition money (that just a figure of speech meaning in MY OPINION its worth nothing, get it donuts, tuition money.............anyways.)
their are only 2 good teachers in the school, and they are also the ones that are FLUENT in ENGLISH. this school has horrible reviews from students, and some administrators say its because kids hater school, naturally, seriously guys???? kids LOVE school most of the times not just for fun but also for learning, i personally do not and would not recommend this school, its your call.

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All of our 3 kids went to DNS while we were in Atlanta before moving to Florida. We may have not realized the value of their education at the time, but since now they are in high shools and colleges, we so much appreciate the moral and academic foundation DNS has provided to them. Both my wife and I firmly believe that sending our kids to DNS was one of the best decision we had made. We continue to keep all who are involved with DNS in our prayers.

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★★★★★

All of our 3 kids went to DNS while we were in Atlanta before moving to Florida. We may have not realized the value of their education at the time, but since now they are in high shools and colleges, we so much appreciate the moral and academic foundation DNS has provided to them. Both my wife and I firmly believe that sending our kids to DNS was one of the best decision we had made. We continue to keep all who are involved with DNS in our prayers.

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I graduated from the 8th grade as a student of DNS in 2000, which ended a 7 year span for me at the school (1st grade - 8th grade).I would recommend DNS to parents who are looking to place their children in an environment a bit more protected and sheltered from our standard society. The children learn Quran, Hadiths and other religious teachings which they carry with them into their adult lives.

On the flip side, in my several years at DNS, I always felt the pinch in regards to our access to resources. Especially when going on to high school and now college, it is nearly certain that a DNS graduate must do more to adjust to what comes next academically. While DNS may follow the same curricula of other prestigious private schools, I found the number of capable and impacting teachers to be very few in number.

However, even with its setbacks, I believe that schooling your children at Dar-un-Noor AND providing a interactive learning atmosphere at home can set a sound foundation for young Muslim children both religiously and academically. I stress mentioning the home because one can never discount the value of a caring and enlightening home to enrich a young Muslim child's mind, regardless of where they are schooled.

Salam and good luck. I hope this review helps any concerned parents.

PROS: Superb religious environment compared to standard public schools
CONS: Staff's experience is questionable. Limited extra curriculum activities.

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★★★☆☆

I graduated from the 8th grade as a student of DNS in 2000, which ended a 7 year span for me at the school (1st grade - 8th grade).I would recommend DNS to parents who are looking to place their children in an environment a bit more protected and sheltered from our standard society. The children learn Quran, Hadiths and other religious teachings which they carry with them into their adult lives.

On the flip side, in my several years at DNS, I always felt the pinch in regards to our access to resources. Especially when going on to high school and now college, it is nearly certain that a DNS graduate must do more to adjust to what comes next academically. While DNS may follow the same curricula of other prestigious private schools, I found the number of capable and impacting teachers to be very few in number.

However, even with its setbacks, I believe that schooling your children at Dar-un-Noor AND providing a interactive learning atmosphere at home can set a sound foundation for young Muslim children both religiously and academically. I stress mentioning the home because one can never discount the value of a caring and enlightening home to enrich a young Muslim child's mind, regardless of where they are schooled.

Salam and good luck. I hope this review helps any concerned parents.

PROS: Superb religious environment compared to standard public schools
CONS: Staff's experience is questionable. Limited extra curriculum activities.

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The school provides small classes teaching not only the basics of education, but also Arabic and Islamic studies. It is a two story building with classrooms, computer lab, and other facilities. My daughter really enjoyed going to there program. The only drawback is that the school costs about $500 a month per child plus the costs of books and uniforms.

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★★★★☆

The school provides small classes teaching not only the basics of education, but also Arabic and Islamic studies. It is a two story building with classrooms, computer lab, and other facilities. My daughter really enjoyed going to there program. The only drawback is that the school costs about $500 a month per child plus the costs of books and uniforms.

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