We are offering 5th Grade through 11th Grade for the Fall of 2022. If you are interested in enrolling your child for another grade level, please complete our Interest Form so we can get in touch with you as soon as that grade level is offered.
As much as we would love to offer admission to all of our beloved Muslim students, unfortunately, admission is not guaranteed. Every student will have to go through the entire admission process, which includes a placement assessment and interview. Please see our Admission Process page for more information.
Please see our Tuition Schedule page for more information.
Al-Huda School has been operating since 1995 (25+ years), Alhamdulillah, and is accredited by the Middle States Association / Commission on Elementary and Secondary Schools.
Al-Huda School is part of a bigger community-building project called Dar-us-Salaam, which is our parent organization.
We take great care in selecting teachers who not only have knowledge and experience in the education field, but have also infused the Islamic character into their personalities. Many of our teachers were born or raised in the United States and therefore have unique insights into the experiences of the Al-Huda student body.
Our teachers are professional, dedicated, and innovative. They care about the children, and the children care about them. Our instructors are all degree holders from some of the finest universities and institutions in the area. However, this is not the only qualification that makes our teachers what they are. It is their dedication to the Islamic lifestyle that makes them much more: role models.
Students do not need physical textbooks, they will be using e-books.
We do not offer financial aid at this time, we have lowered our tuition per year.
The graduates of Al-Huda will be accepted to any college of their choice In shaa Allah. The graduates of the Al-Huda School will be prepared to make positive contributions to their families, community, and society as a whole. They will also be able to continue to further their personal growth emotionally and spiritually and pursue higher learning that will lead to fulfilling careers. In addition, they will develop the skills that will strengthen their Islamic identity, and help them to reach success in the Hereafter, in accordance with the teachings of the Qur’an and Sunnah.
It combines the high standards of Maryland State Standards with Arabic, Qur’an, and Islamic Studies. Using proven instructional methods based on understanding and the latest educational technology, teachers provide students with an enriched academic experience. Math, Science, Social Studies, and all other subjects draw from Islam to reinforce the idea that all knowledge is a continuum, and that all of it comes from Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala.
Please read about our Admission Process here.
Students are required to take a placement test to determine which grade level they will be placed in. The test is computerized and is administered once the application, supporting documentation, and application fee have been submitted.
The following documents are required at the time of application: Birth certificate, immunization records, information about the previous school, previous report card(s). You can read more on the requirements on our Admission Process page.
Based on the placement test, if a student does not qualify to enter the desired grade level, then parents have the opportunity to request a second test. Only two placement test attempts are allowed.
If a parent submits all of the required documentation and fee at the time of application, and if the student places in the appropriate grade level upon the first attempt, then the admission process can be completed within 2-4 weeks, In Shaa Allah.
We will start offering our classes in the Fall of 2021, In Shaa Allah. If you apply closer to the start time or after the start time, your child may be able to enroll for classes within a week of getting accepted into Al-Huda Global School. Please do keep in mind that all parents and students have to complete a self-paced one-hour orientation prior to being able to register for courses.