Al-Noor Academic Programs K-12

Al- Noor Academic Program Elementary & Middle School

K-8

8th Grade Accelerated Programs

Al-Noor Academic Program High School

Qur'an Memorization: 9-12, Juz' Ama +

Islamic Studies: 9-12

World Language: 9 Arabic, 10 Arabic, 11 NYS Regents Arabic, 12 Advanced Arabic or Conversational Spanish or French. New York State Biliteral Seal in Arabic (NYSSB)


English: 9 ELA, 10 ELA, 11 NYS ELA/SAT English, 12 AP® English Literature and Composition


Mathematics: 9 NYS Regents Algebra I, 9/10 NYS Regents Geometry, 10/11 NYS Regents Algebra II/SAT® Math, 11/12 Pre-Calculus AP®,  12 AP® Calculus AB*

*Students who enter 9th grade with Algebra I, take the accelerated track.


Sciences: 9 NYS Regents Living Environment, 9/10 NYS Regents Chemistry, 10/11 Environmental Science or NYS Regents Physics, 11/12 Health

*Students who enter 9th grade with Living Environment, take the accelerated track.


Social Studies: 9 Global History I and Geography, 10 NYS Regents Global History II and Geography, 11 US History and Government, 12 Economics and Civics


Social Science: 12 AP® Psychology


Art: 9 Art and Annual Art Fair Project, 12 Graphic Design 


Computer Studies: 9


Gym: 9-12


PSAT/NMSQT® and SAT®: 9-11


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NYS Regents Classes

Grade 8

Grade 9

Grade 10

Grade 11

*non-regents option available NYS Math in 8th grade and Environmental Science in 11th grade.

Students earn the minimum requirements of a Regents diploma and must earn 3 points in English and 3 points in Arabic.

Grade 9/10

Grade 11/12

OR 

Grade 11 and 12 AP® English Literature and Composition or AP®  English Language and Composition average score 85+ (1pt)

Grade 12


Every school year, Al-Noor School offers various Advanced Placement® courses based on student demand and teacher availability.  An AP (Advanced Placement® course) is a college-level course that students take in high school and concludes with an AP® exam in May.  It requires a higher level of commitment to studying and a deeper understanding of the subjects.  Typically, 9th and 10th grade students may take 1 Advanced Placement® course in a school year.  Juniors and seniors may take more than one. Remember, it's the students' responsibility to balance their course workload with all the other commitments.  Here are some benefits of completing an Advanced Placement® course:

The available courses this year 2023 - 2024 are as follows:

The following AP courses are offered only to seniors within their normal school schedule:


Check back in October to see if other courses are offered based on teacher availability and student interest, past courses include:


AP® is a trademark registered by the College Board, which is not affiliated with and does not endorse this website.