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Our SchoolsAl-Ghazaly High SchoolCurriculum    January 28, 2020

The instructional program is aimed toward college preparation, with Honors Levels and Advanced Placement courses available in all major disciplines.  We follow the standards and guidelines set by the New Jersey Department of Education in the NJCCCS.

Institutional Memberships

Al-Ghazaly High School holds institutional memberships with the College Entrance Examination Board and the National Association of College Admissions Counselors.


Grading Scale:
A+ -4.5= 97-100
A   -4.3= 94-96
A   -4.0= 90-93
B+ -3.7= 87-89
B   -3.5= 84-86
B-  -3.3= 81-83
C+ -3.0= 79-80
C   -2.7= 75-78
C-  -2.5= 70-74
F Below 69 or 2.4 (65 is passing only for learning classified students)

GPA Calculation

GPA is computed using the above quality points. Beginning with grade 9, all subjects, whether passed or failed, are included in the computation. A minimum of 114 credits is required for graduation. In addition to the required 114 credits, each student must complete a 200 hours community service graduation requirement. Grades are recorded on the transcript and grade point average is computed in the end of 11th grade. Quality Points for Honor and AP Courses are as follows: The value of the grade is increased by 10%.

Courses Receiving Weighted Value in the Calculation of Weighted Grade Point Average All courses taken at Al_Ghazaly High School

  • AP English Literature and Composition
  • AP Biology
  • AP Calculus AB, BC
  • AP Chemistry
  • AP Environmental Science
  • AP Macroeconomics
  • AP Microeconomics
  • AP Physics B, C
  • AP United States History
  • AP Government & Politics (Independent Study)
  • AP Statistics (Independent Study)
  • World History (Honors)
  • Algebra II (Honors)
  • Biology I (Honors)
  • Chemistry I (Honors)
  • Geometry (Honors)
  • English I,II,III (Honors)
  • Physics I (Honors)
  • Pre-Calculus (Honors)
  • US History I(Honors)
  • Arabic Languages (Honors)



Requirements for the class of 2010

  • Four years of English
  • Four years of Mathematics
  • One year of Health & Physical Education for each year enrolled
  • Two years of United States History
  • One year of World History
  • Four years of a World Language (Arabic)
  • Three years of Science
  • Two Years of Islamic Studies
  • Two Years of Islamic History and Law
  • Two Years of Computer Science and Programming
  • Minimum Two Extracurricular Activities (4 years each)
  • One year in Practical Arts
  • Completion of Career Awareness/ Community Service / Volunteer Hours

Advanced Placement Summary:

Al-Ghazaly high school has broadened its AP course offering in the past 2 years from four courses to seven courses and currently offers nine. The school also enforced that all the students enrolled in the course must take the AP test. This will encourage the student to put forth his or her best efforts until the end of the year even if he/she is not performing well. However, while this policy helps prepare the students for college, it lowers the overall average of the AP grade.

In Teaneck high school 76% enrolled in the class take the AP test, and of these only 45% score 3 or higher.  At Al-Ghazaly, 100% of our students take the test. The percent of students scoring 3 or higher improved in the last 2 years from 45% to 58%.

Post-High School Placement

  • 97% matriculated to 4-year colleges and/or universities
  • 3% matriculated to 2-year institutions

Awards and Distinctions

  • Model United Nations Best School, Science Olympiad State Finalists
  • Two NCTE Awards in Writing
  • Four National Merit Finalist

Extra Curricular Clubs and Activities offered at Al-Ghazaly

  • Student Government Association
  • Science Olympiad
  • Math League and Math Counts
  • Model United Nations
  • Mock Trials
  • National Beta Club
  • School Beautification Club
  • SNAP School Newspaper Club
  • Yearbook Committee
  • Future Business Leaders of America
  • Muslim Sisters Union
  • Reading Club

Graduate Placement

  • MIT
  • Columbia
  • NYU
  • CALtech
  • NJIT
  • Rutgers
  • Stevens Institute of Technology
  • Wellesley
  • Boston
  • Yale
  • Barnard
  • St. Johns
  • Brown
  • Drew University
  • Fordham University
  • Montclair State University
  • Seton Hall University
  • Albany College of Pharmacy
  • Long Island University
  • William Paterson University
  • Felician College
  • Princeton
  • John Hopkins University
  • Kean University
  • Polytechnic University
  • Rensealler
  • Manhattan College
  • Boston College
  • St. Peter’s College
  • Bergen County College
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