FAQs

School Mission Please click on below title to know more!

What is the objective of Sadiq School?

The mission of Sadiq School is to provide students with the skills and knowledge in an Islamic environment that they will need to succeed in their lives and become active participants in their communities. A core tenet for Sadiq School is to form a powerful relationship between the students, parents, and their teachers and empower our youth with the necessary religious and academic education to reach their highest potential. Sadiq School will aim to graduate young men & women who can think critically and creatively, have acquired an excellent academic foundation, and have a deep understanding of their Creator, the Quran, and the Ahlul-Bayt.

School Curriculum Please click on below title to know more!

What grade level education is provided at Sadiq School?

The goal for the 2018-2019 academic year is to offer pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten and 1st grade. Our current plans are to expand to 3rd grade in the near future and to fully host a K-12 education in the long term.

 

We have approval to build a facility for pre-K to 8th grades in 2019, however, we are aiming to start pre-K to first grade in the existing facilities in the 2018-19 academic year.

 

Our long-term vision is to provide pre-K-12 education at an appropriate time depending on community needs.

How does Sadiq School ensure academic excellence?

At Sadiq school there will be an excellent team work of administration, staff, students and parents. Administrative team constantly develop strategic plans to serve the mission of the school. The team will communicate with parents to keep them up to date through interactive website, social media connections, emails, and newsletters.

The curriculum of Sadiq School will be a dynamic document which will be continually evaluated and refined to ensure that students are challenged at appropriate academic and developmental levels.  The goal of Sadiq school is to be recognized as a “Blue Ribbon School” in the State of NJ and compete with the best schools in the surrounding communities.

There will be guidance counselor who will work actively to address student socio-emotional health and academic progress and to foster school Islamic and successful academic culture.

 

Sadiq School will have hard-working and dedicated certified/skilled teachers and staff to work towards success of each student. Students will be motivated to participate and do their best in an enabling and caring environment of Sadiq school.

Parents will be encouraged to take an active part in their child(ren)’s educational life. Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO) will meet throughout the year and they organize events and create activities to nurture students.  to support student achievement. Teachers communicate high expectations.

Are the credits earned at Sadiq School transferable to other US schools?

The curriculum of the school adheres to the academic standards set by the New Jersey State Board of Education and will be transferable.

What are the Islamic/Quran classes that students need to take? How will Sadiq School provide Islamic education?

The Sadiq School curriculum, in addition to covering the subjects required by the New Jersey Board of Education, will include classes on Islamic studies (history, morals and ethics) as well as reading, reciting, and understanding of the holy Quran. It should be noted that Islamic education at Sadiq School will be in accordance to the Shia Ithna Ashari school of thought.

Sadiq School is dedicated to the holistic education of each student, and considers both a secular and islamic education as vital components to a students life long learning. The Islamic classes will include, Aqaid ( belief), Ethics, Fiqh ( Islamic Jurisprudence / Laws and Islamic history. Qur’anic studies will include learning to read Qur’an in arabic as well as understand the Qur’an.  

What makes the Sadiq School curriculum different?

Our curriculum includes all subjects required by the New Jersey Board of Education as well as Islamic studies, including Quran classes in an Islamic environment.

Will Sadiq School have a uniform?

Yes. Sadiq School of Central Jersey will have a uniform for both boys and girls of all ages.

What qualifications will staff have at the Sadiq School?

Staff will be skilled/certified in the areas of their subject matter they teach. Staff will follow school guidelines.

Will Sadiq School take part in NJ standardized testing?

Sadiq school will participate in tests that measure students’ critical thinking skills in the major content areas including NJ ASK. Students in 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grades take level-specific NJ ASK tests in math and language arts literacy, which includes reading, writing, speaking, listening, and viewing. NJ ASK science exams are also given to 4th and 8th graders.

School Admission Policy Please click on below title to know more!

How do I enroll my child in school?

We will be posting a message on our mailing list and our website when the registration date opens and to the specific processes that need to be followed in order to enroll.

Tuition/Financial Aid Please click on below title to know more!

What is the cost of tuition?

The tuition numbers will be finalized 90 days before the start of the academic year.

Do you offer financial aid or discounts for parents with more than one child registered in the school?

Yes, there will be needs based financial assistance and discounts opportunity.

Additional Information Please click on below title to know more!

Will there be a Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) and what role will they play at Sadiq School?

There will be a Parent Teachers Organization (PTO) at Sadiq School and the PTO will play a vital role in ensuring the success of the school.

What are the transportation options available to students?

At this point in time, there are no transportation arrangements in place. Transportation needs will be assessed based on the community & PTO feedback.

Will lunch, food and snacks be provided to students at the school?

Yes, halal food options will be provided to students, based on PTO feedback.

How can I volunteer with my child’s school?

We will be announcing volunteering opportunities as they become available.

How can I find out more information about Sadiq School of Central NJ?

Information on Sadiq School of Central NJ can be obtained on our website and through our mailing list. To subscribe to the mailing list, please click here.

Does an Islamic school isolate children from broader participation in the surrounding community?

Like any other private or parochial school, the aim will be to ensure appropriate assimilation into society at large. There are multiple avenues for community participation – one such avenue can be through extracurricular activities/sports, participation in academic meetings/fairs/competitions etc.

732 844 3326

Sadiq School,
49 Cedar Grove Lane Somerset, NJ 08873