Al Huda Islamic School is the only Islamic School in Southern Arizona. It offers a comprehensive program using the Pearson’s curriculum. It is accredited through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools which is recognized by the US Department of Education and utilizing the AdvancED Improvement Network to ensure that our school maintains the highest quality possible with continued improvement.
We are committed to providing a nurturing environment with a focus on core subjects and Islamic subjects to ensure that our students grow spiritually as well as educationally. Low student/teacher ratios ensure that all of our students receive the care and attention that they need and deserve.
Welcome to the AHIS admission process. Thank you for taking the time to explore our website and learning about how we are providing education for the mind and soul.
Please feel free to call us at 520-624-8182.
We encourage you to discover what our school can offer you, your family, and child by exploring our website, touring our facility, or contacting us at any time. You can register in person at our office, or by registering on-line.
- Complete and Sign the Admission Application Forms
- Submit a signed Student Records Release form for the student’s current school
- Original birth certificate (to be copied and returned by AHIS)
- Copy of up to date Immunization records
- Non-refundable Application/Registration fee
$50 per child
If you have not already done so, please consider making an appointment to visit our school. We would very much like to meet you and let you tour our school and campus.
We appreciate your interest, and hope to assist you any way we can. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
Tuition Assistance, Scholarships, & Grants
Al-Huda makes every effort to meet the financial need of families wishing to enroll. Revenue sources for assistance come from several different types of Arizona tax credit scholarships that are awarded annually.
Applying for tuition assistance does not influence the decision to admit a child to the school, as admission is based solely on academic merit and each child’s unique qualities.
Requests for tuition assistance are held in confidence and are acted upon by a Tuition Assistance Committee after the student has been admitted to the school.