If you discipline a child, leave him room to turn away from his wrong action so that you do not leave him with stubbornness as his only way out. - Imam Ali (as)

News and Events



 Please order the girls (3rd grade and up) PE shirts directly from the website. Girls sizes are available in the office for parents to try on. Boys & girls (K-2nd grade) wear any plain navy blue t-shirt. 

Note: the PE uniform has no logo.

Students in 5th grade and up will be allowed to come to school in their PE shirt & sweatpants, but will need to change into their school uniform once PE is over. It is MANDATORY for students to wear their PE uniform when they go to YMCA.

Jacket Policy

Students may only wear solid navy blue or black sweaters, jackets and sweatshirts. No logos or lettering allowed, besides an Al-Hadi logo.

After School Care

Elementary-Room 105 and Middle & High School-Room 103.

Cellphone Policy

Students are not allowed to bring a cellphone to school.  If they are caught for the 1st time, their phone will be confiscated & parent will be asked to collect from the office. If caught for the 2nd time, their phone will be confiscated and a fee of $15 will be charged & parent will be asked to collect from the office after a week. If caught for the 3rd time, the phone will be confiscated and kept in school till the last day of school.

CAKES AND CUPCAKES and other bakery items from grocery stores will no longer be allowed to be sold for bake sales, or served to celebrate students' birthdays at school.

Only homemade cakes and cupcakesbaked at home, or purchased from a halal bakery, will be allowed. We appreciate your cooperation.

Discipline Prevails…

Al-Hadi has taken off to a good start this year when it comes to discipline. The current administration’s discipline policies under the supervision of our new Principal, Dr. Humaira Bokhari, have come alive and the positive results are apparent. Alhamdulillah, there is improvement all over and things are moving swiftly than ever before. The conduct of affairs at Al-Hadi is markedly well disciplined – the assembly announcements in the morning, prayers in the Salaat Hall and dismissal at the end of the day. Well done, everyone. Keep it up!