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Al-huda School

Private School | Grades PK,K-11
5301 Edgewood Rd
College Park, MD 20740
(301) 982-2402

About This School

Al-huda School is located in College Park, MD. It is a private school that serves 468 students in grades PK,K-11. Al-huda School is coed (school has male and female students) and is Islamic in orientation. The school belongs to the Other religious school association(s).

In 2010, Al-huda School had 11 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Maryland average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.

Student Ethnicity (2008)

Students (2010)

468

Students Per Teacher (2010)

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Al-huda School Reviews

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By a Current Student on

Well I have been going to this school since I was in fifth grade up to eighth grade. Next year I'm going to ninth. I would really like to try a different school because of how unsanitary the school is and they put too much stress on the students there and even the really little kids. They give us too much homework. I stay up late every night up to 12 o clock or more. It is very ridiculous. Plus we get three extra subjects than normal public schools. The worst part is for our parents. They pay too much money for this school and yet everyday the school asks for more due to their terrible building. The kids have to bring their own lunch everyday and by our own textbooks each year. Each textbook is about 100 dollars. They are too religious and are too strict about even showing a gaze to the opposite gender. I wouldn't recommend this school unless you want your child to feel like they are stuck in a dungeon everyday.

By a Parent on

The principal and all teachers are accessible. I know what my kids are learning and what method their teachers are using. The school is responsive to parents' concerns and they have always been making constant effort to improve everything.

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