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)


2017-2018 School Year!

Another Victory!

Please click link for a detail report on the Varsity game held on Saturday, January 27th 2018


Future City Report

Please click link for a detail report on our Future City Report.  An accomplishment we at Al-Hadi take great pride in.


Lions Win!

Please click link for a detail report on the Varsity game.


Al-Hadi Lions are all Set for the Finals!

Please click link for a detail report on the Varsity Basketball team's 1st game.


Al-Hadi Bags the Top Position

The 4th annual Islamic Arts Festival took place on the 11th and 12th of November 2017. Co-sponsored by The Islamic Arts Society & Rice University's Boniuk Institute for Religious Tolerance, the Islamic Arts Festival is the largest and oldest of its kind in North America.

With over 10,000 ft.² of art space, over 5000 art pieces and over 50 artists visiting from all over North America, the festival brought together children and adults of all faiths, religions and cultures for two days of fun, festivity and learning. More than 7000 visitors attended the festival this year. The purpose of this event was to celebrate Islamic culture and promote the positive image of the community among Muslims and non-Muslims.

Along with four other Islamic schools, Al-Hadi School participated in the inter-school art competition. Al-Hadi high school students enrolled in the Islamic Visual Arts Heritage course worked hard to create the beautiful artwork which was exhibited on Sunday. Besides, receiving a lot of positive feedback and appreciation, this was a good opportunity to promote the school.

 One parent from Everest Academy said, “I will consider enrolling my child at Al-Hadi in high school.”  She also suggested that we promote Al-Hadi to the eighth grade students at Everest.

Al-Hadi School stood first place at the competition for the second time in a row. Our students got an excellent opportunity to meet with various artists, view their work and learn a lot about contemporary Islamic art.

Al-Hadi congratulates the winners of Islamic Art Festival and highly appreciate the efforts Sr. Siddiqua puts in helping students create the masterpieces that win laurels for the school.

Al-Hadi Lions ROARRRRRR!!!

AL-Hadi Lions Pull a Dramatic Victory

On November 15th 2017, Al-Hadi Lions brought home the 1st Place Trophy for basketball.

     Al-Hadi Elementary and Middle School students participated in the annual DUA Basketball Scrimmage, hosted by Everest Academy.  Students from the following schools participated in the competition:

  •  Darul-Arqam (DUA North)
  •  Houston Quran Academy (HQA)
  •  ILM Academy
  •  Everest Academy
  •  Al-Hadi School 

     Each school fielded four teams, two boys and two girls.  Thus there were a total of twenty teams.  Al-Hadi teams played very well and gave a tough time to their opponents.  They displayed fantastic teamwork and won a number of matches.  In the end, the Boys B team and Girls A and B teams were placed in the fourth place.

    Al-Hadi Boys A team played an extremely intense and challenging final game against DUA North, a worthy opponent. In the beginning it was a close back to back point.  The opponents came from behind and led by four points.  Qasim Syed’s 3 pointer closed the gap and bounced Al- Hadi Lions back in the game.  However, it was in the last 10 seconds that Imran Kader, with a neat pass from Qasim, made the winning shot that led Al-Hadi to victory. The victory was only possible because of the strong offensive and defensive support provided by Ali Rizvi, Ahmed Abdullah, Ali Mohsin, Raza Saiyed and Murtaza Jaffry throughout the game. 

     Over all the entire boys squad displayed brilliance on the court and fantastic sportsmanship. Special thanks to our coaches Br. Nizar and Sr. Anjum for their dedication and hard work.

 Al-Hadi Lions ROARRRRRRRR!!!


  Spotlighting Al-Hadi 

Thursday, September 21st, 2017, at HISD Private Nonprofit Fall Consultation Meeting, Al-Hadi School was put in the “Spotlight”.
Dr. Bokhari was invited to share her experiences and her views about school leadership, school success and student engagement. She also spoke about how effective principals ensure that their schools allow both teachers and children to put learning at the center of their daily activities and thereby increase student success.
A central part of being a great leader is cultivating leadership in others and that’s what Dr. Bokhari firmly believes in. When principals and teachers share leadership, teachers’ working relationships with one another are stronger and student achievement is higher.
We are extremely proud of Dr. Bokhari for bringing Al-Hadi in the Spotlight.

Please read link.


2016-2017 School Year!

Future City Competition

Future City is a national, project-based competition for students in grades 6, 7, and 8 open to public, charter, private & home school groups. Based on the STEM program, students use a computer-simulated engineering design process to imagine, design and build table top scale models of “cities of the future” using recycled materials. This year the competition was held at the Gilruth Center in Houston, TX on Saturday, January 21st, 2017 and hosted 19 separate teams.

2017 TEAMS:
Three teams from Al-Hadi competed in this years' competition. All of the Al-Hadi teams performed admirably and earned places amongst the top 5 teams.

Team Ville Verte (6th grade) was represented by Imran Kader, Fatima Hussain, Murtuza Jaffry, Zehra Rizvi, Mujtaba Kazmi, Hashim Shahbaz, Zaina Khan, and Ali Mohsin Raza
Ares-IX (7th Grade) was represented by Ali Jafri, Ali Rizvi, Haider Shahnawaz and Zaki Rizvi. 
Team Grandeza (8th Grade) participants were Aaminah Rizvi, Baqir Saleem, Meesum Rizvi and Setayesh Amiri. 

Best Presenter award - Murtuza Jaffry
Best City – Human Engineering Design award - Aries IX (Grade 7)
People's Choice award - 8th Grade.
Best Teacher award - Siddiqua Shahnawaz

In the final round they competed with four other teams, from other cities of South Texas and Ares IX won the first place! They will now be representing the region in the National Competition in Washington DC in February of this year. 

For the fourth year in a row, Al-Hadi has won first place in the regional competition. Congratulations Al-Hadi. Lions Roar!!



Article about Al-Hadi's win at Washington DC:



PSIA 2017 State A – Final Results

Congratulations to all students who represented Al-Hadi School at Texas Christian University at Fort Worth on May 6, 2017. The final results for the PSIA 2017 State A competition are as follows:

- Mahdi Abbas Rizvi – 5th place in Listening Skills (4, 5)

- Aaminah Batool Rizvi – 9th place in Listening Skills (6, 7, 8)

- Syed Mohammad Qasim Rizvi – 5th place in Mathematics (5) and 8th place in Number Sense (5)

- Syed Muhammad Meesum Rizvi – 4th place in Number Sense (8)

- Fatima Kubra Hussain – 2nd place in On-site Drawing (6)

- Zahra Shahnawaz – 7th place in Spelling (2)

 Meesum Rizvi