About New Medinah School System
New Medinah Islamic School System maintains an open admission policy and does not deny any student the privilege of attending because of their race, creed, gender, religion or national origin.
Admission: A child must be six (6) years old (at least 5 years, 9 months) to enter the first Grade or a transcript from their former indicating completion of Kindergarten. All students must present a copy of his/her birth certificate and transcript from former school (if applicable). In addition, all students entering for the first time must present a current medical report. Students in first, fifth, and ninth grades must have a medical report that is less than one year old.
Assignments: Students are required to complete their assignments as designated by their instructor(s). All missed assignments must be made up with instructor.
Attendance: Students are expected to log on regularly. Attendance will be documented through our internet based program and regular reports will be provided to students and parents. We encourage all students to participate in our on campus programs if possible (See School Calendar).
Code of Conduct: Our Islamic education is structured on two basic principles—Tawheed (Oneness of G-d) and Taqwa (G-d consciousness). Our aim is to aid in the development of Taqwa in our students. This can only be accomplished if we practice and develop the power of G-d-consciousness and self-discipline.
Our schools are established on the principles of Al-Islam, with an open enrollment offering the highest quality education to your child/children.