Al Madina School of Richmond

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Al Madina School of Richmond
Location
Midlothian, VA, Virginia
Coordinates 37°27′47″N77°35′44″W / 37.46293°N 77.59554°W / 37.46293; -77.59554 Coordinates: 37°27′47″N77°35′44″W / 37.46293°N 77.59554°W / 37.46293; -77.59554
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TypePrivate
MottoEnriching Minds, Enlightening Hearts
Opened1998
Faculty30
GradesPre-K - 12
Enrollment123
Campus size20 acres
Website

Al Madina School of Richmond is a private school in Chesterfield County, Virginia, established in 1998. It is the only Islamic school in the Richmond area. [1]

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The school offers Montessori for Pre-K, a standard curriculum through the twelfth grade, Qur'anic studies, Arabic as a foreign language, and Islamic studies. It offers an associate degree in a dual degree program.

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References

  1. Parker, Halle (June 18, 2017). "Islamic academy in Chesterfield celebrates first graduates". Richmond Times-Dispatch. Retrieved 22 September 2017.