School Facts

 

 

School Facts


 Updated March 31, 2016

Al-Salam Day School (Elementary, Middle and High School)

We are blessed to have a large two-story school building next door to the Islamic Foundation of Greater St. Louis.  We have 17 classrooms, an integrated middle school science classroom lab and a computer lab with 18 desktop Dell computers. In addition, our high school students are each assigned personal Chromebooks during the school year.

Al-Salam Day School has a regulation size gymnasium and a large outdoor playground for creative play to develop our young students’ gross motor skills, resilience, and abilities to collaborate with each other.

Our building also shares a full sized commercial kitchen and a large cafeteria with the Islamic Foundation of Greater St. Louis.

ADS Early Childhood Center (Daycare, Pre-School, and High School)

There are seven classrooms and daycare rooms, an indoor play area and lunch room, a fully functioning kitchen, and an outdoor playground. Each bathroom, with one in each classroom, features toilets and sinks designed to be easily accessible to children. The water fountains are also designed to be easily accessible to our littles ones.

 

Founded 1990, Coeducational, Private, Islamic
Accreditation 1.               Missouri Nonpublic School Accrediting Association

2.               Advanc-ED 

3.               Council of Islamic Schools in North America (CISNA)

Enrollment 315 students
Avg. Number of Students per Classroom 16
Overall Student/Faculty Ratio 9:1
Faculty (FTE) 32
Curriculum Features Arabic, Islamic Studies, Qur’an,Technology, Physical Education, Mathematics,

Language Arts, Science and Social Studies

Facility 18 Classrooms, Science Lab, Library, Computer Lab, Gymnasium, Cafeteria,

Administrative Offices, Indoor Adventure Zone, Playground, Outdoor Field

Annual Tuition PreK (full time)—$6,000
PreK (part time)–$4,500
Kindergarten——$5,000
Grades 1-12——-$4,500
Students on Tuition Assistance 28%
Annual Operating Budget $810,000
Endowment $200,000
Principal Abdul-Munim Jitmoud