Scholars and Leaders Academy, as a K-12 private school, provides a safe, nurturing, and stimulating Islamic environment through a well-balanced curriculum, emphasizing science, technology, engineering, and math (STEAM), that cultivates respect for self and others through interpersonal relationships. We look forward to welcoming you and your family to experience firsthand the power of this quality education.
Stepping on the campus of Scholars & Leaders Academy, you enter an extraordinary place for children. It is a place where all of our energies are dedicated to helping children become the best version of themselves. We purposefully create an environment to meet their needs from early childhood to emerging adolescence. We are pioneers in providing a leading-edge academic experience, and we are fundamentally committed to helping all of our students become people of strong character.
We believe that we are created and equipped with wonderful a wonderfully capable faculty who knows how to help our students meet their maximum potential. It is our mission to bring out the best of these abilities in our students. Our staff is committed to help our schools and their students excel in their abilities in a loving, dynamic and fun way. We also believe in it is our responsibility as Muslims to provide our youth with Islamic knowledge in order to help build our future.
Our vision is to create a world-class private school. We emphasize the Islamic values of the Muslim community in the United States coupled with skills in Math, Science and Technology, and an overall preparation of our students for the changing needs of their future world.
Scholars and Leaders Academy endeavors to achieve these goals by approaching the education process holistically – by satisfying the cognitive, spiritual, psychological, physical and social needs of the students. Our qualified administrators and teachers work hard at instilling Islamic values according to Qur’an and Sunnah teachings, highest morals and academic standards.
We aim to prepare our students to be open-minded, think critically, work in teams, create and quickly adapt to new technologies, be self-managed learners who can communicate effectively in a global economy and understand the needs of the communities in which they live and work.