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Established in 2011, the Bulgarian School of Seattle – a nonprofit, non-political, scholarly society – is the leading organization, dedicated to the advancement of knowledge about Bulgaria and Bulgarian language in regional and global contexts. As the premier scholarly organization founded in Washington State with more than 2,000 followers, the Bulgarian School of Seattle supports education, training, and learning related to the study of the Bulgarian language and has cultivated the intellectual landscape for over six years through its programs and classes.

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May 24, 2018

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March 24, 2018

Tsvetnitsa 2018

March 18, 2018

2018 World Language Competency Credits

February 27, 2018

NEW!!! French Immersion Program for Teens


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International Children’s Day 2018
International Children’s Day & Graduation
12:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Crossroads Park, Shelter #1, 16000 NE 10th St, Bellevue, WA 98008

Bulgarian School of Seattle is celebrating for eight year in a row the International Children’s Day & the Graduation Sunday, June 3, 2018 Bulgarian School of...


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Tests will take place at your Home School. Students living at the following states may apply: California, Texas, New York, Illinois, New Mexico, Washington, Louisiana, Minnesota, Washington DC, North Carolina, Virginia, Indiana, Nevada, Hawaii, Wisconsin, Utah, New Jersey, Florida, Oregon, Maryland, Georgia, Arizona, Kansas, Rhode Island, Ohio, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Missouri, Massachusetts, Michigan, Tennessee.

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What People Say

What real people said about Bulgarian School of Seattle

Vera Rousseff

9 grade, Tacoma School District
I'm very happy with how this school  prepared me for the ALTA exam. In the beginning there was a lot I didn't know, but the teachers were patient and explained things in a way I could understand. In the future I'm hoping to use the language credit earned by taking the exam to help me get into a college or university with a strong foreign language program.

Tzvetelina Dimitrova

11 grade, Lake Washington School District
I believe it was the quality of the Bulgarian themselves that led me to achieve the results I did on the Alta exam. The instructors themselves were very nice and funny, who cared about the students progress and had an excellent way of teaching the material while at the same time keeping the class interesting . In the future I plan to continue learning the language and to further excel in it, so that I may spend time in Bulgaria and communicate better with my family there. I also plan to use the language in my future as an Astronomer, to communicate with scientists and observatories in Europe.