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. Completion of Phase I is expected within the next year.