If you discipline a child, leave him room to turn away from his wrong action so that you do not leave him with stubbornness as his only way out. - Imam Ali (as)


2016-2017 School Year!

Future City Competition

Future City is a national, project-based competition for students in grades 6, 7, and 8 open to public, charter, private & home school groups. Based on the STEM program, students use a computer-simulated engineering design process to imagine, design and build table top scale models of “cities of the future” using recycled materials. This year the competition was held at the Gilruth Center in Houston, TX on Saturday, January 21st, 2017 and hosted 19 separate teams.

2017 TEAMS:
Three teams from Al-Hadi competed in this years' competition. All of the Al-Hadi teams performed admirably and earned places amongst the top 5 teams.

Team Ville Verte (6th grade) was represented by Imran Kader, Fatima Hussain, Murtuza Jaffry, Zehra Rizvi, Mujtaba Kazmi, Hashim Shahbaz, Zaina Khan, and Ali Mohsin Raza
Ares-IX (7th Grade) was represented by Ali Jafri, Ali Rizvi, Haider Shahnawaz and Zaki Rizvi. 
Team Grandeza (8th Grade) participants were Aaminah Rizvi, Baqir Saleem, Meesum Rizvi and Setayesh Amiri. 

Best Presenter award - Murtuza Jaffry
Best City – Human Engineering Design award - Aries IX (Grade 7)
People's Choice award - 8th Grade.
Best Teacher award - Siddiqua Shahnawaz

In the final round they competed with four other teams, from other cities of South Texas and Ares IX won the first place! They will now be representing the region in the National Competition in Washington DC in February of this year. 

For the fourth year in a row, Al-Hadi has won first place in the regional competition. Congratulations Al-Hadi. Lions Roar!!



Article about Al-Hadi's win at Washington DC:



PSIA 2017 State A – Final Results

Congratulations to all students who represented Al-Hadi School at Texas Christian University at Fort Worth on May 6, 2017. The final results for the PSIA 2017 State A competition are as follows:

- Mahdi Abbas Rizvi – 5th place in Listening Skills (4, 5)

- Aaminah Batool Rizvi – 9th place in Listening Skills (6, 7, 8)

- Syed Mohammad Qasim Rizvi – 5th place in Mathematics (5) and 8th place in Number Sense (5)

- Syed Muhammad Meesum Rizvi – 4th place in Number Sense (8)

- Fatima Kubra Hussain – 2nd place in On-site Drawing (6)

- Zahra Shahnawaz – 7th place in Spelling (2)

 Meesum Rizvi