The Elementary program at Al Bayan Learning Center is expanding and will offer 3rd Grade starting from the 2023-24 academic year. Our learning environment is academically enriching, blending Islamic Studies with core subjects such as English Language Arts, Social Studies, and Science, while also meeting state curriculum standards.
Our knowledgeable, experienced, and well-trained teachers provide an educational environment that fosters a love of learning and inspires a passion for knowledge.
In our Elementary program, every child embarks on a holistic educational journey that promotes independence and confidence. Our first to third-grade students receive the essential tools for academic and social success, along with Qur'an and Arabic being a key component of the curriculum. Hands-on learning activities and reading programs form the cornerstone of the daily classroom routine, with regular assessments to track student progress and measure growth.
Enriched field trips are a regular part of the academic year for our little explorers.
Our Islamic Studies and Arabic curriculum aims to instill a strong love for Islam, pride in being Muslim, and a focus on Islamic values in our students. We believe that children learn best through enjoyable experiences, so we strive to make learning about Islam engaging and entertaining. Each week, we introduce and reinforce new concepts, stories, and values that are relevant to our daily lives, using the Qur'an, accounts of the Prophets (peace be upon them), books about the companions, hadiths, and daily ibadah practices.
Certified teachers instruct students in Qur'an with a focus on tajweed, grammar, and accurate recitation. Our comprehensive approach involves reading, writing, listening, speaking, and pronunciation, which has proven to be an effective way to learn a second language. We start teaching Arabic at the basic level and gradually increase the difficulty as students progress. The curriculum prepares students to master reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills, grooming them to become future leaders.