Procedures & Requirements
Al-Huda School is equipped for teaching average and above average children who do not have any special learning, speech, physical, or behavioral problems. All new students are on probation for the first quarter. Those showing special needs or problems will not be able to continue at the school. A child entering grades other than kindergarten must have successfully completed the previous grade for entry into Al-Huda School, as well as pass an entrance exam.
Parents must complete the application and registration process as outlined below before an admissions decision can be made:
For New Students
Application for Admission will need to complete all of the following
- Completed application form
- Non-refundable application fee of $40
- Copy of the most recent report card
- Birth certificate
- Current immunization record
- Admission test
- Interview with student and parents
- Kindergarten applicants must turn 5 years old by September 1st of the academic year.
(Please see below for the under-age KG application process)
Applications will be screened on the basis of the application filing date, previous school performance and oral and/or written examinations to determine eligibility for admission to Al-Huda School. Once all the required documents have been submitted, you will be notified as to when the admission test will be given.
Under-age Admission Requirements for Kindergarten
Students who are under-age for KG (will not turn 5 years old by September 1st, but they will turn 5 years old by December 31st of the academic year) can be admitted as an Underage KG Applicant, per the following conditions.
The parents must submit:
- An Online Application Form. (including $40 non-refundable application fee)
- An application for Early Entrance
- A copy of birth certificate
- Most recent immunization records
- Copy of Preschool report card/progress report (if any)
- KG Assessment and Parent Interview
Parents of provisionally accepted or re-admitted students must attend all Parent-Teacher Conferences and any other meeting deemed necessary for the success of their child. This also applies to students put on probation for academics (D/F in any subject) or behavior. Success depends upon the cooperation of the home with the school. Failure of parental participation in the educational process may lead to student expulsion.
Students who are currently enrolled at Al-Huda School and want to continue enrollment for the following year must pay a non-refundable re-enrollment deposit during the period of re-enrollment in order to reserve a space. Returning students must be up to date on tuition and other school financial obligations. Enrollment is contingent upon successful completion of the current grade and satisfactory behavior. The re-enrollment deposit fees are as follows:
- $300 one child
- $550 two children
- $650 three or more children
The deposit is applied to your first month's tuition bill.