Our Curriculum

Quran Memorization & Recitation


Islamic Studies

Abacus Math

Helps the students develop a strong foundation in number sense, mental math, and problem-solving abilities.

STEM Program

Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) lessons, activities, and challenges allow young students to develop both critical thinking skills and hands-on experience in the real world. From making catapults out of craft sticks to competing in math skills to building robots, STEM allows students to engage in activities and learn skills the traditional school system skips over. We believe that learning is most effective when it's interactive. Our students engage in hands-on experiments, projects, and activities that bring STEM concepts to life.

At Al Wali Academy we like to tie in the Islamic aspect into our lessons and educate how these skills can be applied to become a better Muslim!

Our class curriculum is aligned with Edison Township curriculum for respective Grades

Curriculum Implementation

Al-Wali Academy teachers are responsible for effectively teaching the planned academic curriculum and fulfill all curriculum requirements pertaining to the State of New Jersey as per school guidelines. To support learning of the required curriculum, teachers are responsible to:

  1. Involve and engage students in the learning process.
  2. Determine students’ learning strengths and needs.
  3. Communicate learning strengths and needs to students, parents, and colleagues.
  4. Keep Principal/ Administrator well informed about the ongoing academic as well as behavior progress of the child.
  5. Use a variety of other instructional tools and activities to further enrich their overall teaching.
  6. Encourage parents to support students’ learning.
  7. Participate in the district/campus training designed to support these functions.
  8. Use assessment as a diagnostic tool. Students are recognized and valued as the beneficiaries of the teaching and learning process.