Hungarian School

Welcome to the page of the Hungarian School!

 The school offers a great opportunity for newcomers to meet with other Hungarian parents and children living  around Seattle. The friendly atmosphere at school helps children to get closer to their Hungarian roots snd to meet and to make friendships with children of similar background.


Contact us:

Dr. Bede Barnabás, 

director of the Hungarian School




Lessons are held twice a month from 10 am to 1 pm at Greenwood Senior Center.


  • 10:00-10:55 Kindergarten Younger Group, Beginner Folk Dance
  • 11:00-11:50 Lessons: Kindergarten younger / older, Elementary Lower / Upper, Middle School
  • 11:50-12:10 Lunch
  • 12:10-13:00 Hungarian as a Second Language and High School World Language CreditDates:

    September 9; 23

    October 7; 21

    November 4; 18

    December 2; 9

    January  6; 20

    February 3; 17

    March 3; 17; 31

    April 14; 28

    May 12

    June 2





 Folk Dance for Kids

- held by Ciceri Attilla és Jávorszky Dóra -


Kindergarten Younger Group

- held by Carlile-Kovács Flóra -


Kindergarten Older Group

- held by Mercz Valéria -


Elementary Lower Level

-held by  Sebestyén Ildi -


Elementary Upper Level

- held by Bede Emese -


Middle School

- held byBalog Zsuzsi -

Hungarian as a Second Language (HSL), Children and adults

- held by Orbán Csaba -

High School World Language Credit

- held by Bede Barnabás -