South Brunswick Township has approved plans for building an 86,000 square foot permanent school building on the ISCJ premises. The new building will include a gym, a library, an auditorium, a cafeteria, computer labs, science labs and classrooms to accommodate 520 students. The project is part of an overall expansion plan. It is a community project being guided by joint committees that include members from both Noor-Ul-Iman School and the Islamic Society of Central Jersey.
The construction of the new school building will be implemented in three phases:
Phase I Construction (34,000 square feet):
Phase II Construction (15,000 square feet)
Phase III Construction (37,000 square feet)
Construction of Phase I was initiated in the spring of 2010. Most classroom facilities for the second through twelfth grade students are currently in a newly constructed building which opened to students in September 2012. Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten, 1st grade, and two of the middle-school grades are accommodated in modular units located on the school campus. In addition to classroom facilities, the school has a computer lab, biology/chemistry lab, physics lab, and an art/home economics room. The community is very supportive of the school and is currently raising funds to build Phases II and III of the permanent school structure, which will provide additional classrooms, an auditorium, a cafeteria, and a gymnasium.