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Вратите на българското училище “Васил Левски“ в Сан Диего и тази година са отворени за всички деца на възраст 5+ години, всяка събота от 16-ти септември 2017 до 19-ти май 2018г. Откриването на Новата 2017-2018 учебна година и записването на учениците ще се състои на:

9-ти септември 2017 г. от 10:30ч в
Tierrasanta Recreation Center 
11220 Clairemont Mesa, San Diego, CA 92124

Учебната година започва с промени, които решихме, че ще бъдат в полза на Вас и Вашите деца. Работното време на училището ще е различно; класовете и учебните занимания ще имат нова структура. Подробна информация за всичко това ще бъде предоставена при откриването, където ще имате възможност да зададете своите въпроси.

Представянето на училищната програма ще бъде само в първите 30 минути от срещата, затова Ви призоваваме да сте навреме.

Ще имате възможност и да си вземете безплатно български учебни помагала за домашна подготовка.

Успешна Нова учебна година за всички ученици!

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Bulgarian school "Vasil Levski" in San Diego is pleased to welcome again all kids, 5 years and older, every Saturday from September 24, 2016 to May 20, 2017. Students sign-up and official opening of the new school year will be on

September 10, 2016 at 10:30am at the
Tierrasanta Recreation Center 
11220 Clairemont Mesa, San Diego, CA 92124

Some interesting improvements to the school schedule and program have been discussed to benefit both parents and students, including changes in class time and education structure. Detailed information will be shared at the opening day where you will also have the opportunity to ask any questions.

Note that the presentation of the new school program is planned primarily for the first 30 minutes, so make sure to be on time.

Wish all students a very successful and fun new school year!


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School Founders

Stanimira Nenkova
Biliana Tsvetanova

Nina Yakov

Rosalina Hristova


Our School Mission

            We believe that language can unite people into one community and transform their lives. With this concept in mind, we created a Bulgarian school in America, a country that is a symbol of a harmonious unity of multiple cultures and elasticities. A Bulgarian school, striving to keep the bonds with the homeland alive, naturally fits into this diversity.
           This diversity will enrich our children by giving them the opportunity to read, write and speak in two languages – English and Bulgarian. They will be able to take the best of both cultures and use it for their personal development. Our humble goal is to preserve the language of our fathers. If, along with this, we succeed in teaching our children one of the most valuable human skills – to express themselves through the spoken word - and keep the relationship between generations alive, our mission will be accomplished.
           The main objective of the school is teaching written and spoken Bulgarian and Bulgarian literature, history and geography as well as introduction to Bulgarian holidays, customs and traditions. Children, who already know Bulgarian, will maintain and add to their knowledge while communicating with their peers. We also plan to invite people representing Bulgarian culture, science, sports etc. to meet with our students.


We express our sincere appreciation to all who volunteer their time and efforts for this noble cause:

Ivan Ivanov, Hristomir Hristov, Albena Kalchev, Teodora Purcell, Irina and Petar Vutov, Bela Licheva, Petya Yanchuleva, Dessi and Konstantin Dinov, Georgi Georgiev, Mihail Slavkov

Thank you to our generous sponsors:

Darina, Desi and Konstantin Dinov, Tsvetomir Petrov, Teodora and Keith Purcell, Elizabeth Rohwer, Kostadin and Maria Petkov, Lilian and Ivan Vachovsky, Zhan Vetrenski, Diana and Boris Andreev, Vilena and Miroslav Boussarov

Thank you to those who helped us by providing books and supplies:

Daniela Traykova, Kristina Braikova, Svetlana Atanasova, Albena Popova, Eli Krasteva, Stanislav Minchev

And everybody else who helped raise money for the registration of the Bulgarian school as a non-profit organization