Mission & Vision

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The Mission of Renaissance Academy is to graduate students with academic excellence, leadership skills and distinguished moral principles who contribute to society and fully live the values of Islam.


Renaissance Academy graduates will play a leading role in American society.

Our Objectives

The Renaissance Academy community works together to ensure that our students will graduate with:

  • A strong identity that reflects pride in Islam and a clear sense of mission
  • Character, values, and morals that are aligned with the teachings of Islam
  • The ability and desire to properly perform their spiritual duties of prayer, fasting, and pilgrimage
  • High academic skills that exceed state educational standards in Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies
  • Arabic language proficiency
  • Strong research and study skills and the perseverance that enables them to gather information and analyze and present quality research results
  • Strong understanding of technology
  • Assertive verbal and written communication skills
  • Well-developed critical thinking and problem solving skills
  • Leadership traits that will prepare them for future academic and social roles
  • A strong sense of physical well-being and the practice of healthy habits


Belief Statements

Belief Statements are the principles and ideas that we share as a school community, that lie at the core of our philosophy and that guide the development and implementation of school objectives, mission and annual plans.

We believe:

  • The correct implementation of Islamic principles and values will lead to success for the individual and the school
  • Students benefit academically in a safe, supportive, and stimulating environment
  • Challenging expectations increase individual student performance
  • Students learn best when provided with a variety of teaching styles, strategies, and techniques
  • All students can learn, achieve, and succeed when provided with developmentally appropriate learning activities
  • Motivation and acceptance of responsibility is imperative to successful learning
  • Parental participation enhances high expectations, student motivation and achievement
  • Staff who are committed to their profession and are themselves life-long learners make better teachers
  • Critical thinking and problem solving skills are among the most important skills needed for lifelong success