Yes, Al-Hadi School of Accelerative Learning earned its accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) in 2002. SACS is one of the 4 accreditation bodies approved by the US Department of Education and accredits public schools and universities in Texas and throughout the nation. Re-accreditation is required on a 5-year cycle; Al-Hadi School earned its formal re-accreditation in 2007, 2012 and again in 2017.
Al-Hadi offers a rigorous academic program starting from Pre-School to High School. Our Pre-School accepts children from the age of 18 months (toddler) through 5 years. Regular instruction is provided for grades KG – Grade 12. The school tailors its curriculum to students’ needs during each developmental stage so they receive an age-appropriate education. Students receive support, guidance and educational assistance from highly-qualified teachers.
Tuition costs are very affordable and provide one of the best values. For a detailed tuition schedule for each grade level along with available discounts and payment plans, please see our tuition schedule listed here.
Yes, Al-Hadi offers sibling discounts if two or more children (siblings) are enrolled. The discounts are as follows: 10% for the 2nd child, and 5% for each additional child. Also, from time to time, we offer discounts when parents register their children during our Open House or early registration.
Yes, financial aid is available to deserving families who cannot afford the full tuition and is awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. Applications can be picked up at the school front office and submitted along with the required supporting documentation which helps determine your financial aid eligibility. All information is held in strict confidence and each case is reviewed and processed individually.
Enrollment is done in person. You must bring proof of age, identity, county residency and immunizations. If your child has previously attended school you should bring a copy of their latest report card.
You can volunteer by contacting the school front office, or through your teacher.