ADNI

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This article is about a school in Malaysia. For the Israeli pianist, see Daniel Adni. For the US government position ADNI / CIO, see Associate Director of National Intelligence and Chief Information Officer.
ADNI Islamic School
Location
Ampang
Malaysia
Information
Type Private
Established 1994
Principal Haji Hasni Mohamed [1]
Website

ADNI is an international Islamic school located in Ampang Selangor, Malaysia. It was established in 1994[2] and currently has over 1000 students and 100 teachers from all around the world[citation needed]. The school prepares student for the international curriculum (IGCSE) as well as the national curriculum (SPM) based on student's choice.[3] Adni Islamic School was set up in 1994 to provide quality and integrated Islamic programme for children from pre-school to secondary level. Registered with the Malaysian Ministry of Education, the School presently has over 1000 students and 100 teachers from different countries.

The school is determined to play a vital role in the development of a strong ummah based on firm Islamic values and identity by providing holistic, quality and affordable education to all irrespective of creed and colour.

Therefore, ADNI’s programme is directed towards motivating the individual to realise his/her full spiritual, intellectual, emotional and physical potential. The students vary in their inherent and acquired abilities and these differences are taken into consideration in the education process of each child InsyaAllah.

Grades[edit]

ADNI currently has four main types of grades; nursery, kindergarten, primary and secondary.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://iiskd.org/profile.html
  2. ^ http://www.islamicfinder.org/getitWorld.php?id=81300&lang=
  3. ^ http://siadni.blogspot.com/2008/03/about-adni-islamic-school_05.html

Coordinates: 3°09′32″N 101°45′27″E / 3.1588°N 101.757446°E / 3.1588; 101.757446