Mission

Bayyinah Dream provides a comprehensive Arabic education that inspires reflection and an in-depth study of the Quran to impassion hearts and minds.

Vision

The Dream educational experience is designed to provide ambitious students with the knowledge and skills necessary to build a solid foundation in their knowledge of Arabic and understanding of the Quran. The combination of Dream’s strong curriculum and state-of-the-art teaching facilities, coupled with an unparalleled commitment to a friendly learning environment and to students’ personal development, uniquely prepares Dream graduates to excel in their chosen professions and to lead a purposeful life with the Quran as their companion.

That’s our Dream for you.

 

History

The Bayyinah Dream Program gets its name from a vision and dream to further the cause of the Quran. To start with, Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan wanted to offer a Full-Time Arabic Program in the United States that not only matches but surpasses study abroad programs. The Dream Program has been running since 2010. Since then we have graduated 7 batches of around 60 students each. That’s over 400 students and counting. Our students have gone on to accomplish great things in a variety of different paths. Many have gone on to continue in their professions or attend Ivy League colleges and various graduate programs with a renewed sense of purpose. Our graduates have spoken at Islamic conferences, led youth groups in their communities, and worked as Imams, youth directors or university and hospital chaplains. A good number of our graduates have attended institutions of Islamic learning all over the world like Zaytuna College, Qalam Institute, Nadwatul Ulama in India, the International Islamic University of Malaysia, and so on. It is our hope that students establish a lifelong relationship with the Quran while pursuing their chosen skills and talents. We pray that Allah blesses all our students, alumni, and all those willing and trying to pursue this path in this life and the next. Ameen.

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