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State exams, including NYS Regents, ELA, and Math state tests, are cancelled for the 2019-2020 school year
SAT exams are cancelled or deferred.
As the years passed, we have striven to offer students as many opportunities as possible. Despite space limitations, below you’ll find some of the many opportunities and accomplishments currently available at Al-Mamoor School:
Preschool: Our school participates in the UPK program funded by New York City. In the reading program, students build literacy competencies, interests in reading, discriminating between letters by sounds. For math, they build upon mathematical concepts, manipulating objects, counting, and recognizing numerals. Students will also be able to demonstrate their social/emotional skills, build on their independence and self-confidence, self-control, and learn basic interaction skills, such as following rules, making friends, and sharing. They will develop their fine motor skills such as writing, coloring, cutting, and activities of daily living skills. In physical education, they will build their gross motor skills through balancing, running, jumping, throwing, and catching in a structured play setting.
Kindergarten: Follows the Common Core Curriculum. Islam is integrated into all subjects. Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Physical Education, Arabic grammar, Islamic Studies, Quran, Social Studies and Art are part of the curriculum. At the Kindergarten level, focus will be put on the command of phonics, rudimentary writing skills, and developing fine motor skills. Emphasis will be put on creativity and developing leadership qualities.
1st – 6th Grade: Follows the Common Core Curriculum. As students move on, special emphasis is paid on reading and creative writing skills in English Language Arts. Math includes addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division among other manipulation of numbers. Spoken Arabic language with proper usage of grammar, reading of the Quran with tajweed, memorization of Surahs, and Islamic Studies are all part of the daily curriculum. Memorization of the entire Juz Amma is completed around 4th grade depending on student’s pace. Additional classes include Science, Social Studies, Art, Physical Education and Computer. The use of manipulatives, games, projects, and various activities are utilized to maximize learning and make it fun for the students. A great deal of focus is placed on Islamic History, Arabic as a second language, and training in the appropriate Islamic conduct.
Middle School (7th– 12th): Following the Common Core Curriculum, students take ELA, Math, Science, and Social Studies. Students in 8th grade take Algebra 1 and Earth Science, followed by the NYS Regents Exams. All students take Arabic, Islamic Studies, and Quran classes. During this transitional time, students continue to grow and develop their personalities. Al-Mamoor School inspires and motivates students to acquire the skills they need to succeed in High School and beyond.
High School: During this stage, Al-Mamoor School students undertake challenging courses that prepare them to tackle Regents exams mandated by New York State, such as English, Chemistry, Living Environment, U. S. History, Global History, Trigonometry, Geometry, Physics, and Arabic Language. Our dedicated and committed teachers begin to prepare students for both, SAT exams and College life, by integrating research and implementing college level reading and writing materials in all lessons. A strong focus is also put on preparing students for the real world and their professional career by building confidence and encouraging public speaking through Socratic Seminars, Elocution Day, Quran competitions, Spelling Bee, and various other public speaking events.
Physical Education: Along with a strong focus on academic success as well as the mental and spiritual aspects of all students, Al-Mamoor School also encourages fitness and a healthy lifestyle by offering and mandating Physical Education courses in all grades.
Foreign Language: We are offering our students Arabic language as a second language to maintain their Islamic identity and also to strengthen their understanding of Islamic and Quranic studies.
- Official Identification: Birth Certificate or passport
- Immunization records
- Non-Refundable registration fee of $150 (Kindergarten and up)
- Guardianship papers if applicable
- For 2nd grade and up: applicants need to submit their last report card, test scores, and other relevant school records.
- All applicants for KG and higher will be tested for placement.
- Kindergarten applicants must be 5 years old by December 31.
- Pre-Kindergarten applicants must be 4 years old by December 31.
- Applicants from 6th grade and up will be scheduled for an interview prior to admission. (Parents will be notified of date and time of interview.)
Acceptance decisions are made by the Al-Mamoor administration as soon as testing is complete and relevant information has been received. Decisions made by the administration are communicated to the parents as promptly as possible.
Al-Mamoor School admits students regardless of any race, gender, color, nationality, ethnic origin, or religion.
Eid project videos are uploaded under Students Life – Students Work. We encourage everyone to look at them and enjoy! Eid Mubarak!
78-31 Parsons Blvd,
Fresh Meadows, NY 11366
I would like to welcome our parents, students and staff to Al-Mamoor’s website. At Al-Mamoor we believe the key to success is collaboration and cooperation. Our school strives