AWARDS AND COMPETITIONS

A testament to our students’ success and involvement are the numerous awards from international competitions (partial list):

2017

Celebrating Art Spring

10 students from our school received awards.

2016

Government Agency for Bulgarians Abroad

Visual arts

  • 1st place - Stefania Zatezalo

  • 2nd place - Zoey Savov-Wong

Zoey Savov-Wong

Zoey Savov-Wong

7th International competition “Слънчевите руни в българските носии и тъкани“, Silistra

  • Prizes - Boris Belin, Stefania Zatezalo, Asen Dimitrov

“Aз съм българче“, Lakatnik

  • 13 students from our school received awards

Celebrating Art Spring

  • 5 students from our school received awards

  • High merit - Stefania Zatezalo

2015

Government Agency for Bulgarians Abroad

Singing

  • 3rd place - Simona Karadoneva

BLICK ART National Mix Media Contest " With art I can…"

  •  1st place – Vela Belin 

  • 2nd place – Radina Kalatchev

Competition for visual arts and photography – Bulgarian School in Rome “Assen and Iliya Pejkovi”

  • 1st place - Radina Kalatchev

  • 2nd place - Vincent Anastasia

  • 3rd place - Dessy Tsankova

2014

Gaitani NY, New York – Riddles

  • Prizes for Adela Cronk, Renee Cronk, Alexandra Todorova

Government Agency for Bulgarians Abroad

Literature/poetry

  • 1st place – Christopher Eaton

 Visual arts

  • 3rd place – Vela Belin

2013

“The Best of Bulgaria” – for Bulgarian students around the world

  • 2nd place - Alexander Nemtserov, Niko Todorov

  • 3rd place - Simona Karadjova, Alexandra Todorova


CHARITABLE ACTIVITIES

The mission of our school and our values guide our philanthropic initiatives. Every year, our school raises and donates funds to charities in Bulgaria – supporting orphanages, providing resources to schools, and, when needed, helping disaster relief initiatives. Even though we are not able to raise a lot of money, the students and the parents are enthusiastic about it and learn a lot about people in need in Bulgaria and other places.


AT A GLANCE

  • Total number of students: 187 (142 Boston, 45 Cape Cod)

  • Average class size: 14 Boston, 9 Cape Cod

  • Student to teacher ratio, including teacher assistants: 8.9 Boston, 8.4 Cape Cod

  • Boys: 94 (74 Boston, 20 Cape Cod)

  • Girls: 93 (68 Boston, 25 Cape Cod)

  • 137 households: 107 in the Boston branch, 30 - in Cape Cod

  • Students travelling from different states - 2 (from NH)

Students' home towns - All in MA, unless state is indicated: Acton, Albuquerque NM, Arlington, Austin TX, Bellingham, Belmont, Boxborough, Braintree, Brighton, Brockton, Brookline, Burlington, Cambridge, Canton, Centerville, Chestnut Hill, Concord, Cotuit, Dedham, East Falmouth, Easton, Falmouth, Framingham, Georgetown, Hooksett NH, Hyannis, Malden, Mansfield, Marston's Mills, Mashpee, Medfield, Medford, Medway, Melrose, Mendon, Methuen, Milton, Natick, Needham, Newton, North Andover, North Billerica, North Reading, Northborough, Pocasset, Quincy, Randolph, Reading, Revere, Sandwich, Saugus, Somerville, South Dennis, South Yarmouth, , Stoneham, Stoughton, Sudbury, Tisbury, Wakefield, Waltham, Wareham, Watertown, Waymouth, Wellesley, West Barnstable, West Roxbury, West Yarmouth, Weymouth, Wilmington, Winchester, Woburn