Nur-Ul-Islam Academy is an Islamic school that encompasses Pre-K through Grade 12. It is fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and Florida Council of Independent Schools. Our school seeks to provide a safe, structured environment with an emphasis on the values embodying faith, family, and education. We invite you to explore our admissions pages and to contact our admissions personnel, Sr. Ayesha Hack or Sr. Sahar Murad at 954-434-3288.


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Click here for Enrollment Application for New Students 2016-2017.

New Students

Returning Students


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Open Admissions Policy

The Academy admits students of any race, color, sex, national or ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and other activities. We not discriminate in the administration of educational policies, admissions policies, athletics, or any other school administered program. We are committed to the development of cultural, racial, religious, economic and geographic diversity within our school community.

Zero Tolerance Policy

Nur-Ul-Islam Academy does not tolerate or accept students with a past history of aggression, drugs or alcohol use. We also have a zero tolerance policy towards violence or the possession of weapons of any kind.

We accept the following Scholarships:

STEP UP FOR STUDENTS scholarships are privately funded through Florida Tax Credit (FTC) Funds. These scholarships are awarded to eligible Florida students entering Kindergarten through 12th grade from eligible low-income households to help them attend an eligible Florida private school or Florida public school of their choice.

Voluntary Prekindergarten Education Program – If you live in Florida and have a child who turns 4 years of age by September 1, your child is eligible for Florida’s FREE VPK program. For information in Miami-Dade call (305) 373-3521, and for information in Monroe call (305) 296-5557.

McKay Scholarship Program – Allows parents of students with disabilities to choose the best learning environment for their children. The parent of a Florida public school student who is dissatisfied with the student’s progress may request a McKay Scholarship to enroll in and attend a private school or choose another public school that better suits the student’s needs. Scholarships range from $5,500 to up to $22,000 a year, depending on the level of your child’s diagnosed disability, as indicated by the IEP. You may file your intent to participate in the McKay Scholarship program by logging on to the Florida School Choice website at

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