DAR UN NOOR ACADEMY STUDENT COUNCIL
Dar Un Noor Academy Student Council is designed to make individuals become responsible active members of their community. Student members help raise funds for school wide projects and activities. They will work closely with and assist the Dar Un Noor PTO to create meaningful and enriching experiences for their fellow students. They assist with community service projects designed to help members of their community in need. Student Council members are proud to represent the school and community they serve and strive to be examples of leaders amongst their peers.
DAR UN NOOR ACADEMY STUDENT COUNCIL MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of the Dar Un Noor Academy Student Council is to build responsible leaders within our school community and promote the values that represent good character in all students.
We will accomplish our mission through:
Leading by example in our classrooms and community by being respectful, responsible, and safe.
Helping others in our community by raising money and supplies for the less fortunate.
Engaging our friends and classmates in their education by helping fund exciting classroom lessons.
Serving as a source of communication between the students and faculty of the school.
COLLEGE READINESS & MENTORSHIP PROGRAM (CRMP)
College Readiness & Mentorship Program (CRMP ) is provided by Dar Un Noor Academy and Atlanta Science Academy to fulfill its students academic, professional, spiritual needs. CRMP functions with one mentor, dedicated to a certain group of students, holding meetings at least once a week to provide any academic help needed. Often outside of school hours, the individual CRMP groups (whether individually or together) will hold camps, trips, visits, and/or other activities to give the students the cutting insight needed to have a better edge in their futures, professionally or spiritually. This extracurricular club is a great way for students to grow in a wholesome manner and all its activities are supported through the intimate relationship that mentors and mentees create. Examples of CRMP programs include international/domestic trips to provide relief, camps at a short distant away to hone academic and religious deeds, university visits to strengthen career orientation, hiking, sports, and much more.