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AMC helps students prepare for the annual American Mathematics Competition, which is 75 minute examination composed of math questions. The competition exposes students to math that is different from textbook math. It teaches students to think “outside of the box”, and increases their critical thinking.

BOOK IT! motivates children to read by rewarding their reading accomplishments with praise, recognition and pizza.  The program is for students in KG- 6th.  

The stated mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to "prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law." Youth are trained in responsible citizenship, character development, and self-reliance through participation in a wide range of outdoor activities, educational programs, and, at older age levels, career-oriented programs in partnership with community organizations.

The NUI Community Service Club (CSC) provides opportunities for students in grades eight to twelve to serve the school, the Muslim community, and the community at large.  The club consists of ten committees, each headed by student chairs and adult supervisors.  Each committee is responsible for planning activities such as food drives, fundraising events, recycling, etc. The students of the NUI Community Service Club have been recognized by The County of Middlesex Board of Chosen Freeholders for it’s consistent support of their annual food drive!

Debate Club is an after-school club, the goals of which are to help students develop critical and analytical thinking skills, the ability to make a case and defend one’s position through research, quick thinking and persuasive speech as well as to foster public speaking skills. Students meet once a week with their advisor and prepare for the upcoming tournament. The season runs October – March. The tournaments are hosted by area high schools about every 6 weeks. NUI’s Debate Club is part of the New Jersey Forensics League and the National Speech and Debate Association.

The Fencing Program is an after school program.  

Fencing is to develop the mind, spirit, and body of the participants, along with advancing in the sport of fencing and sportsmanship.

Girl Scouts helps girls develop their full individual potential; relate to others with increasing understanding, skill, and respect; develop values to guide their actions and provide the foundation for sound decision-making; and contribute to the improvement of society through their abilities, leadership skills, and cooperation with others.  Troops meet after school.

Ibra is Noor ul-Iman’s student edited, student designed literary magazine. It currently showcases art, photography, fiction, and poetry created by our High School students. Beginning in the Fall of 2016 it will also feature work by students from other Islam schools across the state.

The purpose of this club is the exploration of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics as well as to further the professional development of the students. Club activities include projects involving Biology, Chemistry, Physics and various technology and engineering activities.

The Kindness Education Program teaches students to effectively communicate with each other, enabling them to solve conflicts, express their feelings, and increase their confidence. Through participation in the program, students learn how to be kind and how to perform acts of kindness.

Mad Science is an after school enrichment program.  The Mad Science programs are designed to spark kids' interest in science, so that they learn without even realizing it!  The program offers interactive after-school programs that foster creative thinking and problem-solving.  The programs cover a wide range of science topics and provide children with the opportunity to experience science in a hands-on way.

Math Olympiad is a math problems solving contest. The problems in a math olympiad are designed to explore various topics and strategies in mathematics that is not normally offered in classroom settings.

The Mileage Club® is a simple lunch hour program that gets children to walk or run around the playground a few times a week. ... For every 5 miles, a colorful Toe Token™ is awarded to a child to put on a shoelace or wear on a chain.

The NUI Mock Trial allows high school students to compete in local and regional competitions.  Mock Trial is a competition in which students simulate a real trial.  Teams must prepare both sides of the case for every competition.

The NUI Model United Nations/Model Congress Team allows students in grades 10-12 to participate in local and national Model UN and Model Congress Conferences. Each participant has the opportunity to fine tune his/her public speaking, research and writing skills while enhancing his/her awareness of national and global political, social and economic situations. Team members are engaged in simulated United Nations and Congressional sessions for one-day or four-day conferences. The ultimate goal is for all team members to develop into active global citizens. Alhamdullillah, a number of students who participated in Model UN/Congress get recognized by the organizers at the various conferences.

The Poetry Club is a group of students who are excited about the art of poetry! The primary goal of the club is to achieve self-expression and enhance literacy through the writing and performance of poetry.

Qur’an Memorization is a communal obligation in Islam.  Noor-Ul-Iman School provides a Qur’an Memorization Program to fulfill this communal obligation. Students from third grade through twelfth are challenged to memorize as much of the Qur’an as they choose to master.  This program is held after school.

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Science Olympiad allows students in High School to be involved in STEM education and fosters their deep interest in Science. A team of students participate in events that are a balance of the various science disciplines: biology, earth science, chemistry, physics, computers and technology. There is an emphasis on problem solving, hands-on and minds-on activities. Students develop teamwork and cooperative learning strategies.

The Student Council at NUI, is a group of elected and volunteer students working together with an adult advisor to provide a means for student expression and assistance in school affairs and activities, give opportunities for student experience in leadership and encourage student / faculty / community relations.

Tae Kwon Do is an after school program.  Tae Kwon Do is a modern martial art form from Korea that is characterized by its fast, high and spinning kicks.  The objectives are:

1. To develop an appreciation for Taekwondo as a sport and as an art
2. To achieve physical fitness through positive participation
3. To improve mental discipline and emotional self-control
4. To learn self-defense skills
5. To develop a sense of responsibility for one’s self and others