Al-Noor School

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Coordinates: 40°39′46″N 73°59′42″W / 40.66278°N 73.99500°W / 40.66278; -73.99500

Al-Noor School
Established 1995
Type Private school
Principal Abdulhakim Alhasel
Asst. Principal

Ahmad Hamid (Intermediate)

Nazira Abdelaziz (Elementary)
Faculty ~70 (2012)
Students ~700 (2012)
Grades PreK-12
Location 675 4th Avenue,
Brooklyn, New York, USA
Website School website
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Al-Noor School, Arabic: مدرسة النور, is a co-ed gender-segregated private school located in Brooklyn, New York City. It is a school dedicated to the teaching of Islam, with its curriculum including Arabic, Islamic Studies, and Quran along with traditional subjects such as Math, Science, Social Studies, and English.

The school was founded in 1995 and today serves over 650 students. The school runs from Pre-K to the 12th grade, offering Regents High School diplomas. The first graduating class was in 2002.

Since August 2009, Al-Noor School has been undergoing leadership changes in the Board of Trustees.

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